eFestival of Words Indie Book Awards #VoteBrevity

aFINALISTTime is running out to vote in the eFestival of Words Indie Book Awards, so I’m posting another favorite in hopes that you’ll feel generous and get out and vote.

51l3kbeCBCLToday, I’m highlighting a great book called The Brevity of Roses written by my friend,Linda Cassidy Lewis.
The Brevity of Roses is a fantastic book written in a different way. It’s two love stories in one and it will break your heart before mending it in the sweetest way.

With 48 5-star reviews, it has an overall rating of 4.5 on Amazon.

Here is what others are saying about Brevity:

“Told in gorgeous, poetic tones, The Brevity of Roses will take you on a journey delving into three unique characters as delicate and beautiful as a rose itself. Lewis’ rich understanding of relationships is phenomenal.” ~ Michelle Davidson Argyle, author of Monarch

“Grief, discovery, anguish, pleasure, rejection, acceptance, atonement, forgiveness–the rhythmic odes of marriage, friendship, family. A fine debut novel that reaches deep into a poet’s beating heart, lays it open, vulnerable to the bitter betrayals, and the joyful loyalties, of this thing we call Love.” ~ Kathryn Magendie, author of “the Graces Sagas,” Sweetie and Petey, publishing editor of Rose & Thorn

“Ms. Lewis has provided a tender and thought-provoking look at life, chance, and love.” ~ Vivian Taylor, The Book Diva’s Reads

The Brevity of Roses is nominated for Best General/Mainstream Fiction.

So now what? That’s right, I’m asking you to head on over to the eFestival of Words site and vote for The Brevity of Roses.

Here’s how:

1. Go HERE and register.

Or from the main screen you can just click REGISTER


The captcha thing–hit play and a phrase will come up along the bottom of the video after 2-4 seconds.  Type that in.

After you agree to the terms and hit submit, you’re actually done.  It will take you to a page that says, “You’re almost finished . . . ”  THAT’S AN AD.  You don’t actually have to do anything there.  So close out the page.



2.  Then go HERE to the Awards Hall to vote. Or after you click PORTAL, look for this and click on the words AWARDS HALL:


Best General/Mainstream Fiction is near the top.

Over the next week, I’ll be highlighting my other favorites in the competition. All great reads. Please spread the word. Tweet, share on Facebook, tell your friends and…

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