I have some great news.
BAD DEEDS has been selected as one of the five finalists for the Conservative-Libertarian Fiction Alliance’s “Book of the Year 2014″ Award.
This is truly an honor. My latest Dylan Hunter thriller has been recognized along with outstanding titles by noted bestselling authors Larry Correia, Sarah A. Hoyt, and Mackey Chandler.
The contest has entered its final phase. Now, voting is wide open to all fans of the nominated books.
So if you like BAD DEEDS, this is your chance to cast a vote of support!
All you need to do is CLICK THIS LINK, which will take you to the ballot page. There, simply click again to register your vote for BAD DEEDS.
That’s all it takes . . . about ten seconds.
A CLFA “Book of the Year” victory will help many more readers discover BAD DEEDS — the kind of readers who are most likely to appreciate it. Your vote will introduce Dylan Hunter, Annie Woods, Wonk, Ed Cronin, Grant Garrett — and, of course, Luna — to a vast new audience.
So, please — take the next ten seconds to CLICK THIS LINK, and then cast your vote for BAD DEEDS.
After you do that, I’d be grateful if you also share the following voting link on your social media sites:
Voting will close at 11:45 p.m. on March 8. So please act now!
Thanks once again for your kindness and consideration! I truly appreciate you as a fan of my Dylan Hunter Thrillers, and as a friend.
P.S. The contest is now over. I’ve been informed that a winner has been determined and will be announced in a few days. While I honestly do not expect it to be my book (given the formidable competition), I’m truly honored to be among the finalists, and I’m grateful to all of you for your support. Thanks much. I’ll announce the results here as soon as I know them.
UPDATE, MARCH 14: I am delighted to announce that BAD DEEDS has won the CLFA “Book of the Year 2014 Award”! I’m grateful to all of you who voted to make this possible. Thank you!