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Thread: November Book of the Month Nomination

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    Darkly Romantic Curmudgeon AuburnAssassin's Avatar
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    November Book of the Month Nomination

    Just when I was whining about the lack of reviews for my books, I got one last night. It was 5 stars, very complimentary AND earned me a shot at Book Of The Month for November at the To Be Read Pile book review website.

    Would love any votes you might be inclined to send my way for:

    Vixen and the Pea by Lila Shaw

    http://thetbrpile.weebly.com/ <<--voting link

    And review link (short and sweet) is here:

    http://thetbrpile.weebly.com/1/post/...lila-shaw.html

    My chances are slim to nil but a few pity votes are always nice.
    Claire

    By Claire Gillian (Romance):
    The P.U.R.E.

    Purely Relative
    Boss Overboard

    By Lila Shaw (Erotic Romance & Erotica):

    All's Fair in Love and War

    Vixen and the Pea
    Soul of the Succubus
    Prometheus Unstitched
    Succubus Games
    Succubus Steam

    Wild West Succubus

    By Iris St Clair (YA):
    Louder Than Words


    Claire's Blog | Lila's Blog | Iris's Blog

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    CGs on the great review and nomination!
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    New Fish; Learning About Thick Skin Tevin's Avatar
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    I voted.

    I also wanted to say Prometheus Unstitched is an amazing title.
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    Thanks CG and Tevin

    Tevin, people typically love the title, hate the cover, enjoy the book...those I can nag them into reading it (LOL). I thank you for the compliment on the title. I was rather proud of that.
    Claire

    By Claire Gillian (Romance):
    The P.U.R.E.

    Purely Relative
    Boss Overboard

    By Lila Shaw (Erotic Romance & Erotica):

    All's Fair in Love and War

    Vixen and the Pea
    Soul of the Succubus
    Prometheus Unstitched
    Succubus Games
    Succubus Steam

    Wild West Succubus

    By Iris St Clair (YA):
    Louder Than Words


    Claire's Blog | Lila's Blog | Iris's Blog

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    Sat Nam! (literally "Truth Name"--a Sikh greeting)

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    Awesome! Congrats!

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    congratulations!

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    Awesome! I'll vote for you.
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    congrats!

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