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Apologies and a wee bit of begging

Sorry I still don’t have my pics out of the camera yet–I have lots more GayRomLit stories and posts, but am working desperately to finish a novel on deadline.

Rare Event 5 star reviewI have another 2000 words to do tonight, so posting is just not happening, but I am going to beg a wee bit. You see, The Rare Event made it another round through the Rainbow Awards cover contest–and Anne Cain did such lovely work that I’d love for her to get the recognition  for how perfectly she captured Ricky and the essence of the novel. If you can take a moment to vote, I promise it will be easier than Nov 11.

It’s easiest to open two windows, one to vote, and one to see the artwork. Thanks!

A new round of voting for covers at Elisa Rolle’s

Rare Event 5 star reviewElisa Rolle’s Rainbow Awards have moved on to a new round for the covers. I am delighted to say that Anne Cain’s work on The Rare Event is still in contention. So are  Carole Cummings’ Wolf’s Own covers, equally gorgeous and a totally different style. Thanks to all that voted, and would you and your buddies please do it again?

It works best to open two windows, so you can see what you’re voting on. The covers are here. and the poll is here.

The weeding down is going to get brutal from here on out: 50% of the contenders will be eliminated every two weeks until 10 remain. Since Anne captured the venue and the mood of the novel so perfectly, please support her artistry by voting to keep The Rare Event in contention.

Anne is seriously talented: she switched styles and mediums completely to do the Wolf’s Own covers. Amazing!

Please vote!

Rainbow cover contest’s latest round

Rare Event 5 star reviewElisa Rolle’s cover contest has a new round going, and I’m delighted to see that The Rare Event has made it through to the next level. I love this cover so much–Anne Cain has several entries but this one is my favorite!

If you’d like to show this or the other beautiful covers a little love, go over and vote.

It’s easiest if you open two windows. This one gives you the poll, and this one gives you the covers to drool over look at. The collected eye-candy is going to create a dent in my book budget, because even if you ought not judge a book by the cover, don’t you want to know the story that goes with the picture? And there’s a bunch of pretty ones.