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I try and avoid blatant self-promotion, but I’m in this Goodreads blog contest, and I really need your vote! We aren’t as big as a lot of the blogs we are up against, so it’s going to take every vote we can get. All you have to do is click. . .
Hey guys. The 2011 Bram Stoker Award finalists have been announced, and I’m crossing my fingers that That Which Should Not Be will pull off a victory. But it’s time to think about 2012, too. I’m proud to announce that I’ll be serving as a juror on the 2012 Bram Stoker Award Long Fiction Jury. I can’t even imagine the terrific fiction I’ll be exposed to over the next 12 months. Here’s a list of all the jurors.
Check out the JournalStone 2012 Novel contest. A year ago this time, after hundreds of rejections from wise agents, I stumbled upon this contest. I sent my novel in as an entry, and now That Which Should Not Be is a finalist for the Bram Stoker Award for Superior Achievement in a First Novel. Could happen to you too, but only if you enter.
Once again, JournalStone is having a contest for best work of dark fiction. The winner receives a publishing contract and a $2,000 advance. Yours truly will be passing the crown this year to another deserving unpublished author. Since I can’t have just anybody winning, I will also be a judge in this year’s competition! I’ve already begun reviewing some of the early entrants (One of which is, frankly, beautifully written. No hints as to which one!). JournalStone is a fantastic publisher who will give you all the help you need to navigate the world of fiction. So if you’ve got the next big thing in horror sitting on your computer, submissions are accepted through April 1, 2012. Change your life.