Thursday, June 2, 2016

Vote for CLFA Book of The Year (Plus a New Release)

New on Amazon
You can now vote for Conservative Libertarian Fiction Alliance Book of the Year. You do NOT have to be a member to vote. Sharp eyes wil note a Horde writer appears on the list twice. I've reviewed a couple of the nominees, by the way. Voting ends on June 30, midnight.

Here are the books to choose from:
The Notice by Daniella Bova
The Cinder Spires: The Aeronaut's Windlass by Jim Butcher
Son of the Black Sword by Larry Correia
Honor at Stake by Declan Finn
By the Hands of Men Book Two: Into the Flames by Roy M. Griffis
The Devil's Dictum by Frederick-Heimbach
Amy Lynn, Golden Angel by Jack July
Amy Lynn, The Lady Of Castle Dunn by Jack July
Her Brother's Keeper by Mike Kupari
The Violet Crow by Michael Sheldon

You can vote directly at Survey Monkey. Or learn more about the awards at the CLFA site.

And also in CLFA news, Tom is new fantasy release by one of its members, Dave Freer. The cover is so cute I just had to put it up.

The blurb:

Tom is a cat in trouble. The worst possible kind of trouble: he’s been turned into a human. Transformed by an irascible old magician in need of a famulus -- a servant and an assistant, Tom is as good at being a servant as a cat ever is. The assistant part is more to Tom’s taste: he rather fancies impressing the girl cats and terrorizing the other toms by transforming himself into a tiger. But the world of magic, a vanished and cursed princess, and a haunted skull, and a demon in the chamber-pot, to say nothing of conspiring wizards and the wickedest witch in the west, all seem to be out to kill Tom. He is a cat coming to terms with being a boy, dealing with all this. He has a raven and a cheese as… sort of allies.

And of course there is the princess.

If you were looking for ‘War and Peace’ this is the wrong book for you. It’s a light-hearted and gently satirical fantasy, full of terrible puns and… cats.
Just reading that makes me smile. Sounds like a great summer read, specially for cat lovers!

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