After taking a look at the Preditors and Editors Readers Poll standings, Waterlilies Over My Grave (2008 LSP Digital) place fourth in the category of Novel/thriller.
I've always looked (way) up to the authors who make the top five in these categories on P&E yearly polls. To make the top five seemed unachievable. So to say I'm floating around on the ceiling right now would be an understatement. I think we have to wait until the end of January, beginning of February to find out the official results, although I can't imagine they would be different. Another of our LSP Digital authors, Alexei Braguine (Kingmaker) finished eighth. Fugue Macabre-Ghost Dance by CJ Parker finished up tenth in the horror category, Donna Main's The Chosen One finished up fourteenth in the Sci-fi category. Micki Peluso's And the Whippoorwill Sang finished fourteenth in the "novel" category.
Other news, which isn't really news if you're living in the real world. The blistery weather outside. The forcasts are calling for wind chills of 30 below and lower in the Chicago area. I'm curling up with a good book, a warm laptop and a warm lap dog.
Cheers everyone I'm going to finish up my online work for the morning, then settle in with a good book this afternoon. The Case for Christ by Lee Strobel is my current read.