Wednesday, December 19, 2007

It doesn't matter who you vote for as long as you vote...

As you know, my short story 'Amphetamine Logic' was shortlisted for a Spinetingler Award in the Best Short Story on the Web category. Well, I finally got around to reading (in some cases rereading) the other stories that were nominated. They're all good. Very good, in fact. If you haven't read them, and you haven't voted in the awards yet, you should. Even if you don't want to vote in all the categories, there is no reason why you can't read the online stories and vote for one of them. It's not that big of an investment of time, and you might find yourself surprised. The stories are:

Amphetamine Logic
-Nathan Cain

The Leap-Charles Ardai

Breaking in the New Guy-Stephen Blackmoore

The Switch-Lyman Feero

Seven Days of Rain-Chris Holm

Shared Losses-Gerri Leen

The Living Dead-Amra Pajalic

Convivium-Kelli Stanley

For a list of nominees in other categories, along with instructions on how to cast your vote, go here. The deadline is Dec. 30, so you've got 10 days. You can read one story a day and still take two days to make up your mind.

1 comment:

Patrick Shawn Bagley said...

The vote in the short story category was the toughest one to make. I liked all the stories.