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Wednesday, December 29, 2010

One day left to vote for NAKED EDGE / CONTEST

If you haven't already voted in the Goodreads Choice Awards, there's still time. Voting doesn't end till tomorrow.

Naked Edge was selected by Goodreads to be among the novels readers vote on for Best Romance of 2010. It's a thrill to make that cut because Goodreads based their list of nominees on reader traffic, reviews and reader interest, as determined by hits and such. And Naked Edge finds itself it top-notch company in a group of books by very successful authors.

To vote, click here. And please spread the word!

As my way of saying thanks, I'll give away a signed copy of Naked Edge to someone who voted for it. Just post below and tell me you voted, and your name goes in the hat for the drawing. I'll post a winner on New Year's Eve.

If you voted earlier this month, that's fine. Anyone who voted for the book is eligible to win.

And thank you for your support!


Kara C said...

I not only voted, I reread NE! Very deserving book. Congrats, Pamela.

Of course I voted! I hope it wins.

loved naked edge. i voted :)

Alison said...

I loved Naked Edge! I voted and I hope it wins!

You don't need to put me in the draw as I already have a copy of NE, but I did vote. I loved Gabe!

I almost forgot to post here that I voted! (i posted it on facebook) Throwing my hat in for the signed book :)

Jane said...

You've got my vote. Good luck, Pamela.

I already own a copy of this book and I voted early on, but I just want to say what an amazing book this is. If you haven't yet read it, do so soon. You won't regret it!

Lorie said...

I voted!! Good luck and I hope you win!

Mary G said...

I already voted the last time it was mentioned. This is one of my fave books ever.

natasya said...

Of course I'll vote for NE. You're by far my top most favourite writer. Love all your books! Keep up the good work!

i voted and i also got my friend to vote. she's a new fan of yours now :o) she didn't know i had put in my vote earlier. so, she texted me all the way from Australia when i'm in Kuala Lumpur just to make sure that i add my vote! i really hope Naked Edge wins! good luck! :o)

Di P said...

Hi Pamela
Loved Naked Edge. Definately voted for it. I hope it wins. Good Luck.

Heidi said...

I loved this book - and everything else you have written. I voted!

Jillian said...

I voted!! loved that book!! hope it wins!

Rachel said...

I voted! I love this series so much! I can't get enough...

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