Over at Kate Jackson’s Cross-Examining Crime blog, the big moment has come.
Kate has officially opened the poll to find the Reprint of the Year, so please go over there and cast your votes.
You have a choice: this is what she says -
After two weeks of canvassing and persuading it is now time for the voting to begin, to see which reprint of 2018 will be crowned Reprint of the Year. Below are the final 20 nominations which have been selected for the vote. 17 of these were nominated by myself and 8 other bloggers, but the other 3 were blog reader choices, (randomly selected by a generator). You are allowed to vote for up to 3 texts, as I felt this would make everyone’s lives a lot easier.
My nominations were Bats in the Belfry by ECR Lorac, and Excellent Intentions by Richard Hull. But I cannot deny, there are some very good other books on the list. (Though mine had the best covers, as you can see.)
And I can be glad that, win or lose, I no longer have to try to remember the order of the initials in Lorac’s name – I had to check every single time I typed it.
I had to check those initials, too, Moira! Every single time. Thanks for letting us know that the poll's now open. And thanks for sharing your views on Reprint of the Year.ReplyDelete
Thanks Margot - glad it's not just me. I am intrigued to know what will win.Delete
Thanks for promoting the grand vote! Be interested to know what you voted for in the end...ReplyDelete
That would be telling. Maybe after the results are revealed people should say...Delete
I did go vote but I don't expect any of my choices to win.ReplyDelete
*whispers* I don't think mine will either, but the whole thing was great fun, and am very much looking forward to hearing the results. thanks for taking part Tracy.Delete