Tuesday, July 27, 2010

Pony up!

Say it isn't so?
http://www.epicauthors.com/

I just checked out my entry in EPIC and I noticed there's not one, science fiction romance. There are two in the erotic science fiction romance category. Hey, what's going on, Brigaders? This is a chance to Buffy-size those paranormals and we're falling short.

EPIC is a great contest for ePublished novels and I'd love to see some more names next to my entry and in the science fiction romance category.

Come on, Brigaders, pony up.

:)

12 comments:

  1. Two words: Cash. Poor.

    I look at these contests and think 'oh, what a great idea'. And then see the entry fees vs. buying silly things like milk.

    Maybe someday.

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  2. Thats why I haven't. I have to chose between bills and food this month as it is

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  3. Great minds think alike! I was going to post a nudge, too! I entered yesterday. Usually SFR has tons of entries!

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  4. I'm not a fan of EPIC, so I'm not interesting in entering.

    Best of luck to those who do, however!

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  5. Dawn, glad to hear you're in. I'm no stranger to being on a budget either, but it seems like this is a lot of promo bang for the bucks. (If only I could enter!) Did you enter SLIPPING THE PAST or LAST FLIGHT OF THE ARK?

    Pauline, which did you enter? GIRL GONE NOVA?

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  6. Yeah, Girl Gone Nova is only book eligible. I wonder if there will be enough entries to sustain the category? If they don't get enough, they will either roll them into another category or, I can't remember what else they do. LOL!

    If my memory serves, it was a crowded category the year The Key was eligible. I didn't enter it in SFR, because I wasn't sure it had enough romance to compete. In hindsight, that might have been a mistake. Not sure. It didn't place, though The Key did take the Dream Realm award for SFR that year.

    I went for it with GGN, even though there is no sex.

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  7. I'm also a bit strapped for cash when it comes to things like this. I'd love to enter, but I don't think any of my books are elligible because of their publication date. I'll have another look to make sure though.

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  8. Both, Laurie.
    I set aside for this contest back in the spring because I knew I wanted to enter both.
    I'm entering Slipping the Past this Friday. Time is not my friend at the moment and that seems to be my biggest budget issue.

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  9. Ratzaroonie! I pubbed my YA SFR in June of this year, so not eligible until next year. Otherwise, I'd be all over it.

    I have a YA fantasy, but the competition is pretty stiff there. I'd probably just waste my 25 bucks.

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  10. Well, best of luck Dawn and Pauline!!! It'll be your turn next year, Marva.

    Keep us posted on the awards. I'd love to see a Brigader win it.

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  11. I'd thought about entering my SFR, but I keep sitting on the fence and can't make up my mind!

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  12. Not sure why I thought my futuristic wasn't eligible. I wanted to enter it last year but it was only published in June so I knew I'd have to wait. Anyway, it's eligible now, and having debated for a few days and raided the money box, I can confirm 'Children Of The Mist' is now entered.
    Thanks so much for the 'nudge', D L!

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