elisa_rolle (elisa_rolle) wrote,

Special Offer: Wilde Stories 2008, Lambda Literary Award Finalists

I was thinking to wait the final results to post something on the Lambda Literary Awards, but I can't help to let you now that, Steve Berman, founder and owner of Lethe Press, to celebrate the nomination received by Wilde Stories 2008 as Best LGBT Sci-Fi/Fantasy/Horror, is offering e-book editions for only $3 for the next 2 weeks. So grab this oppurtunity, the ebook is available at All Romance Ebooks:


And since I post about it, congrats to all my friends (or acquaintance) who received a nominations:

The Archer's Heart, Astrid Amara, Blind Eye Books (Best LGBT SCI-FI/FANTASY/HORROR)
Wilde Stories 2008, Steve Berman, Lethe Press (Best LGBT SCI-FI/FANTASY/HORROR)
Sea, Swallow Me and Other Stories, Craig Gidney, Lethe Press (Best LGBT SCI-FI/FANTASY/HORROR)
Turnskin, Nicole Kimberling, Blind Eye Books (Best LGBT SCI-FI/FANTASY/HORROR)
Mexican Heat, Laura Baumbach & Josh Lanyon, MLR Press (Best GAY ROMANCE)
The Protector, N.L. Gassert, Seventh Window Publications (Best GAY ROMANCE)
Hard Working Men, William Maltese, Victor J. Banis, Jardonn Smith, & J.P. Bowie, MLR Press (Best GAY EROTICA)

Obviously my best wishes to all of them, but can I say... GO VICTOR and WILLIAM, GO and WIN!
Tags: author: astrid amara, author: craig laurance gidney, author: j.p. bowie, author: jardonn smith, author: josh lanyon, author: laura baumbach, author: n.l. gassert, author: nicole kimberling, author: steve berman, author: victor j. banis, author: william maltese, awards

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