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Vote for the 2016 Novel of the Year!

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We have eleven 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 January 4 and ends January 28. Haven't read any of them? Well, you've got a month to start reading!

A Vagrant at the House of Love by John Horan
Barnacle Brat by Adrian Baldwin on sale for 99 cents!
Blade Song by J.C. Daniels on sale for 99 cents!
Halfskin by Toni Bertauski on sale for 99 cents!
Olga by Ted Kelsey
Oracle of Philadelphia by Elizabeth Corrigan
Paladin by Sally Slater
Pianist in a Bordello by Mike C. Erickson on sale for 99 cents!
The Man I Love by Suanne Laqueur
Theo and the Forbidden Language by Melanie Ainsley
They Call Me Crazy by Kelly Stone Gamble


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Amy R. Biddle

Amy Biddle is co-founder and managing editor of Underground Book Reviews. Her debut novel, The Atheist’s Prayer, is a dark comedy about a fairy-worshiping suicide cult. She is most at home in the Blue Ridge Mountains or surrounded by the great blue sea.

Visit Amy R. Biddle‘s website.

Comments:

  1. Kristine Hall

    Theo and the Forbidden Language was outstanding and fills a much needed hole in quality middle grade books.

  2. Cecilia Sutton

    Theo and the Forbidden Language was magical and involved my favorite passtime…reading books. I loved the character development and the story line. Can’t wait to see what happens in the next part of the adventure.

  3. Aniqa Choudhury

    Paladin by Sally Slater was magical.
    I cried through some of it and held my nose to muffle the laughter during math class for the rest.
    Wonderfully written; deep, complex characters – I can’t even. Read it. You won’t be disappointed.

  4. Julia Maloney

    Pianist in a Bordello was an unexpected gem in a haphazard pile of “must-read” books on my list! It’s a laugh out loud, delightfully thoughtful, “recommend to a friend”, altogether *FUN* read! Definitely one for the coffee table; just remember to write your name in the front cover because I guarantee you’ll want it back! -Julia Maloney

  5. Julia Maloney

    Pianist in a Bordello was an unexpected gem in a haphazard pile of “must-read” books on my list! It’s a laugh out loud, delightfully thoughtful, “recommend to a friend”, altogether *fun* read! Definitely one for the coffee table; just remember to write your name in the front cover; guaranteed you’ll want it back!! -Julia Maloney

  6. Janet Jackson

    I had the pleasure of reading Barnacle Brat early in the publishing stage and found the train chapter really amusing – excellently written. Adrian Baldwin is a great writer and amuses me with his witty comments always. Good Luck Adrian x

  7. Jenny Worrall

    Barnacle brat is fiendishly funny! Loved it from start to finish.

  8. Peter

    Love Barnacle Brat – dark comedy and awesome humour – totally recommend it

    Go Adrian!

  9. Underground Book Reviews Post author

    jojo, you probably have popups blocked! Try visiting the poll directly on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/UndergroundBookReviews/app/126231547426086/

  10. Matt

    Barnacle Brat by Adrian Baldwin is a right laugh!

    If you’re fond of dark comedy and jokes in extremely poor taste, I thoroughly recommend you give it a read ^^

    Good luck Adrian!

    We’re rooting for you and feverishly awaiting the publication of the new novels you’re working on : ]

  11. jojophe

    Trying to vote for The Man I Love but the submit won’t submit 😬

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