The 2015 BigAl's Books and Pals Readers' Choice Nominees


I'm happy to announce that A Groovy Kind of Love has been nominated in the Women's Fiction/Chick Lit category of the 2015 Readers' Choice Awards over at the awesome BigAl's Books and Pals review blog.

Voting started on Saturday, 3/14, and will continue until Saturday, 3/28. You could win a ton of books and even a $75 Amazon gift card if you head over to BigAl's Books and Pals to vote. If you were to vote for A Groovy Kind of Love, I'd be eternally grateful. Just sayin'.

Here's what the Pals had to say.

"In the twelve months ending February 28th, 2015, BigAl and the Pals will have received over 3,000 review requests and published more than 300 new book reviews. From those, we chose the books we felt stood out from the pack as exceptional examples of Indie (self-published and small press) writing and divided them into fourteen categories."

Here is the list of nominees.

Children/Middle Grade

Kid Nitro and the Sinister Slorp by Rusty Sherill
Lionel and the Golden Rule by Paul R. Hewlett
The Hunt for Well-Hidden Treasure by Bob Sheard and Timothy Taylor
The Mysterious Case of the Golden Egg by Ernie Lindsey

Contemporary/Literary/General Fiction

Keeping Private Idaho by Rick Just
Playing Charlie Cool by Laurie Boris
The Earthquake Doll by Candace Williams
The Ribs and Thigh Bones of Desire by Sandra Hutchinson
They Call Me Crazy by Kelly Stone Gamble
Will by Dan Cardinal

Crime Fiction

A Man Alone by David Siddall
Hustle by Tom Pitts
Lamentation by Joe Clifford
The Curious Case of the Missing Moolah by Martin Stanley
The Unburied Dead by Douglas Lindsay


Raising Chaos by Elizabeth Corrigan
Scorched Earth by Lynne Cantwell
Stormhawk's Warning by Susan Stuckey
The Five Faces by Frank Tuttle
The Road to Rebirth by Dean F. Wilson
Wytchfire by Michael Meyerhofer


Evolution of a Wine Drinker by Alicia Bien
Heads You Lose by Rob Johnson
Mischief in Italy by Beate Boeker
Vugarian Vamp by Barbara Silkstone


Blue Wicked by Alan Jones
Confessions of a Hit Man by Richard Godwin
Girl Jacked by Christopher Greyson
One Right Thing by Matthew Iden
The Broken Saint by Mike Markel
To Hell and Gone in Texas by Russ Hall


99 Jobs by Joe Cottonwood
Follow the Joy by Jason Kurtz
The Divide by Nathan Doneen
You Are Not Alone by Leah Carey


Aversion by Kenechi Udogu
Blood Diva by V.M. Gautier
Rock'n'Roll Heaven by Shawn Inmon
The Deathtaker by S.L. Baum
The Road to Nowhere by Shana Hammaker
The Shadows Call by Matt Hilton


Craving Caine by Erica Lucke Dean with Elise Delacroix
Following His Heart by Donna Fasano
In the Sunshine by P.J. Lincoln
No Perfect Secret by Jackie Weger
Rescuing Lara by Lyn Horner

Science Fiction

Amish Vampires in Space by Kerry Nietz
Ghosts of A.R.C.A.D.I.A by Ramsey Isler
Living Backwards by Tracy Sweeney
The God Particle by Daniel Danser
The Little Universe by Jason Matthews

Short Stories/Short Story Collections/Anthologies

Pieces by Michael Crane
Purple, Silver, Olive, Orange by Helen Smith
Return to Bry Mairwyn by Jennifer Selzer and Daniel Huber
The Dark Age: A Short Story by Jason Gurley
Two and a Half Weeks by Tim W. Jackson


A One-Way Ticket to Dead by D.V. Berkom
Binds That Tie by Kate Moretti
Dark Witness by Rebecca Forster
Home Owner with a Gun by Samuel Hawley
Post by Sean Black
Shadowline Drift by Alexes Razevich

Women's Fiction/Chick Lit

A Groovy Kind of Love by Karen Wojcik Berner
Early Daze by Jennifer Gilby Roberts
Game Changer by Beth Orsoff
Green Eggs and Weezi by Cathy Oliffe-Webster
Mazie Baby by Julie Frayn
Molly Harper by Emelle Gamble

Young Adult

All the Butterflies in the World by Rodney Jones
dEaDINBURGH by Mark Wilson
Dragons of Wendal by Maria E. Schneider
Long Live the Suicide King by Aaron Micheal Ritchey
The See-Through Leopard by Sibel Hodge

Congratulations to all!


Kelly Hashway said…
Congrats and good luck!
Quanie Miller said…
Congrats, Karen! Sending good vibes your way:)
Appreciate that, Quanie.
Claudine G. said…
Congratulations on the nomination, Karen! I see the name of another writer-friend on that list (under Children's) and am very excited for both of you.

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