LLBookReview 100th book results


The results of LLBookReview‘s contest for the 100th book to be reviewed on the site are in:

  • Permanent Passenger: My Life on a Cruise Ship by Micha Berman (24%, 270 Votes)
  • Waiting for Spring by RJ Keller (18%, 209 Votes)
  • The King, Father & Mother by Eric Rhodes (18%, 209 Votes)
  • 600 Hours of a Life by Craig Lancaster (17%, 197 Votes)
  • Minnie by Ashley Lane (12%, 139 Votes)
  • Exaltations by Richard Garfinkle (11%, 109 Votes)
  • Total Voters: 1,133
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    Waiting For Spring didn’t get the top spot, but it tied for second place, which is very cool, and I want to thank all of you who voted for it, and who spread the word about it as well. I also want to thank the LLBookReview team, not only for choosing Waiting For Spring as one of the six finalists, but for holding the contest in the first place. I’ve discovered some excellent books and very talented writers as a result.

    All of the books featured there will be reviewed on LLBookReview during August, including Waiting For Spring. 🙂

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    About R.J. Keller

    R. J. Keller is the author of Waiting For Spring. An avid independent movie enthusiast, she was Managing Editor of The Movie Fanatic website and created episodes of the writer-centric YouTube series, Inside The Writers' Studio, with author Kristen Tsetsi. She co-hosted Book Chatter with Stacey Cochran from 2011-2014. She lives in Central Maine with her family, where she enjoys gardening, collecting geeky memorabilia, and watching other people cook. View all posts by R.J. Keller

    4 responses to “LLBookReview 100th book results

    • Lori

      I wanted you to win, but still, not bad at all, right? You’ll still get your review, which is great.

    • Joe Glasgow

      2nd place is good…but I had hoped you’d come out on top, too.

    • shannonyarbrough

      I just want to let you know I’ve been “Waiting for Spring” this week to prepare for the upcoming review. I ordered a copy direct through CreateSpace and although I found the size of the book to be daunting (I cringe at anything over 300 pages really), I’m already several chapters into it and I’m really enjoying it. I really appreciate your style of using a lot of Tess’s inner thoughts to move the story forward and doing it in short. choppy. sometimes one word. sentences. You have a talent for telling (and showing) the reader a story in very few words. Not many can do that. Anyway, just thought you’d like to know. I’ll save the rest of my thoughts for the review. 😉

      Best,
      Shannon
      LLBR

    • R.J. Keller

      Thanks so much Shannon! I’m glad you’re enjoying it. 🙂

      And yeah…it’s a big’un. LOL

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