Last Day to Vote!

Today is the last day to vote in the 2012 Christmas Story Contest.

Voting ends at midnight tonight, Mountain Time.

Instructions for how to vote are found HERE. Read them!

Note to voters: If reading all these stories is overwhelming to you, just read the first few paragraphs of each one. If it doesn’t grab you, move on to the next one. That’s perfectly acceptable. Quality writing and good stories will intrigue you from the first paragraph on.

Also, yes, you can vote anonymously, if you’re worried about hurting feelings. Just type “anonymous” in the Name field. Yes, you do have to put in your email address, but only I will see it and I promise never to tell. Just note: your anonymous comment may not appear right away. I’ll have to approve it first.

Note to authors: This always amazes me to the point of stuttering—not all of you have voted! In fact, from what I can tell, most of you haven’t. What are you thinking? If you submitted a story, go vote for it! And for other stories, as well.

And spread the word all over Facebook and Twitter! C’mon, authors! If you aren’t behind your writing 100%, then you’ll never make it as a published/publishable author.

Incentive: If you, author or voter, help spread the word about our contest today on any blog or social media site, you can be entered to win Checkin’ It Twice or Stolen Christmas (ebooks). Use the Rafflecopter form below to enter.

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Author: LDS Publisher

I am an anonymous blogger who works in the LDS publishing industry. I blog about topics that help authors seeking publication and about published fiction by LDS authors.

One thought on “Last Day to Vote!”

  1. I was sure hoping there would be a lot of voters for this contest. I have been telling everyone, posting it every day, emailing people. I posted it every day when stories were getting posted 2 a day, I thought it would be easier for people to read 2 stories a day than to read them all at once before voting. It doesn’t seem like there are a lot of takers, though. I hope there will be a lot more votes by the end of the day!

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