Thursday, March 8, 2018

More voting tips for my books.

To family, friends and fans,
Please vote. Much appreciated. Please let me know when you do so I can keep track.
Pass it on and share if you can.
Thanks Carl

My books were just nominated for the 2018 Readers Choice Awards contest by TCK Publishing!
I'm happy to inform you that your book submissions have already been approved. You can start voting for your book through the page. The books with the most votes by December 10th will win, so make sure to share the voting page with your fans.
You can share the voting page on social media, on your blog or website, and with your email list.

Both books have been accepted:
Ewan Colin Coupar and a Touch of the Fae in the Fantasy Category
and Now's the Day and Now's the Hour in the General Nonfiction Category.
Now's the Day and Now's the Hour
is about Scotland's influence in early Texas history including the Alamo.
Ewan Colin Coupar and a Touch of the Fae is a Faerie Fantasy about nine children in Greenock, Scotland who discover they have Faerie connections through ancestry and other means.

Please vote.
Just a few tips on voting.
Go to

You can vote one time for ONLY ONE BOOK per category.
Just click the arrows on the left and right side of the voting form to navigate between categories.
Click on the BOOK TITLE of your favourite book to cast your vote. Like our Page and then you’re set to view your results!
Voting Security 
Because of past manipulation of votes, we require all voters to validate your identity using social media. This information is not stored on our servers, and we do not collect or use any of your social media data or identity when you vote. The only reason you have to connect your social media account when you vote is to verify that you are a unique human being and not a bot.
To change vote, just click on the “CHANGE VOTE” option on the lower left corner of the voting form (just above the Facebook sharing option) and then click on the title of the book you want to change your vote into
Only one vote per IP address will be accepted. Offices and schools usually only have one IP address, so it would be best to vote from home to avoid losing votes.
The awards committee will check the legitimacy of each vote before announcing the winners.

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