I just found out that A Virtual Love has been shortlisted for the People’s Book Prize. The winner is determined by popular vote, and I’m up against some stiff competition, such as Taiye Selasi’s highly praised novel Ghana Must Go.
So if you’ve read my book and liked it, please take a minute to cast a vote. You have to register on the site, but it’s free and very quick, and as I understand it they only ask for your email to ensure the votes are genuine.
If you haven’t read my book, you can find out more about it and get a free sample courtesy of the People’s Book Prize here.
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Just voted! I hope you win!
Hey, thanks very much, Geoffrey! I appreciate that.
I LOVED your book, so I definitely went and voted. Just being up for that is awesome, so win or not, congrats!
Thanks so much, Michelle. That’s kind of you. Wow, two votes in ten minutes – I’ve probably tripled my previous tally 😉
This is wonderful news, Andrew! Congratulations! Hope your book wins the prize. Just voted 🙂
Thanks very much, Vishy! I appreciate you taking the time to vote, especially when I know you are busy right now with the Champions Trophy 😉
Registered and voted.
Good luck Andrew!
Thanks Brian! Much appreciated. I’ll let you know how it goes…
I’ll be voting! Good luck – and congratulations on being (very deservedly) shortlisted!
Thanks very much, Victoria! That’s kind of you 🙂
Awesome! Good Luck! *pops off to vote*
Excellent. Thanks very much, Alice!
Best of luck!
Thanks Charlie. I think voting runs for a couple of months, so I have a while to wait for the results…
Done. Good luck, Andrew!
Thanks very much, Delia 🙂