DragonCon, held annually in Atlanta, has long been one of the largest conventions of its type – encompassing multiple buildings and creating a literal city-within-a-city for a few days every September. So the creation of their own award last year was probably long overdue.
This year, nominations close in a few months, but I’d like to ask those of you who’ve read “A Place Outside the Wild” to consider nominating it in the post-apocalyptic category. If you go here, you can nominate your other favorite works that fall within the release date window of July 1, 2016 to June 30, 2017. There’s no cost to join, and voting is open to all.
For those of you who haven’t read “A Place Outside The Wild”, you’re probably asking yourself – who’s this guy, and why does he think he deserves it?
Well . . . don’t just take it from me, I guess.
Author Richard Paolinelli has tabbed it for his pick, as has author and marketing whiz-kid Jon Del Arroz. And, to make it a trifecta, Alfred Genesson of Injustice Gamer raved about “Wild”, giving it an amazing review that I had to double-check just to make sure I was reading it right.
So if you read and enjoyed “Wild”, please do me a favor and consider nominating it for the 2017 Dragon award, in the post-apocalyptic category. And if you haven’t read it, check it out here. It’s free every day on Kindle Unlimited.
As for my own nominations – working on it, post date TBD. It’s been tough as I’ve been so consumed with writing “Fade” and “A Place Called Hope” this year there hasn’t been much time for reading.