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January 2, 2017

Vote for the 2017 Novel of the Year – Reader’s Choice


We have thirteen awesome indie books vying for Novel of the Year. One will be selected as our Editor’s Choice. The Reader’s Choice is up to you! Voting begins NOW and ends January 31st. Don’t miss your chance to weigh in on our most prestigious award!

TOP PICK! GARY’S GUIDE TO LIFE by Michael Nabavian and Phil Wall

by Lynne Hinkey       Selected as a Top Pick!      

Hilarious in its complete embrace of faith-over-substance approach to success and wealth, Gary’s Guide to Life will have readers cringing and laughing at this witty send up of the Self-Help aisle.

4 Stars – A SECONDHAND LIFE by Pamela Crane

by Chantelle Atkins       Reviewer Rating: 4 Stars      

A compelling thriller with twists and turns, A Secondhand Life explores the theory of ‘organ memory’, when Mia, the recipient of a murder victims’ donated heart, begins to experience memories of the night she was killed. Determined to piece together the clues and the bring the killer to justice, Mia places herself and her loved ones in danger to reach the truth. A great pacy thriller with a genuinely shocking ending.

This Week’s Pitch Perfect Pick

This week’s Pitch Perfect Pick winner is OBSIDIAN SON: “A city that doesn’t believe in magic. Bloodthirsty weredragons. Good thing this reckless playboy has superpowers…” Our new nominations are KILL SOMEONE, PUBLIC INFORMATION, SPEEDSTER, and DOMINION OF THE STAR. Vote, like and share your favorite to see it win next week’s Pitch Perfect Pick!


Pitch Perfect Pick Winner

Learn more about our Award system
Obsidian Son by Shayne Silvers

Pitch Perfect Finalists

Kill Someone by Luke Smitherd
Public Information by Rolf Margenau
Speedster by Jonah Gibson
Dominion of the Star by Angelica Clyman

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