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Friday, December 23, 2016

Best Obscure Book (Final Round)

What is the best book that no one seems to have heard of?  

Our final round is live!   

Yes, I know there's an irony in having a poll about books no one has ever heard of! Trust me that if I didn't know that going in, you have all made it abundantly clear. Over and over and over.....  Feel free to take the whole list as the best book recommendations you've ever gotten.

Everyone will get three (3) votes.

Please remember that there is no way to "rank" your votes. So every choice beyond your first will "dilute" the remaining votes a little.

This poll will only run until the end of December, so don't delay. On Jan 1st we will dig into something a little different for the January poll, and results will go up.

The poll itself is on the lower left of the side menus–just below the "About the Author."

Since I can't really stop shenanigans, I welcome all the shenanigans. The main one is of course that Polldaddy tracks your IP for a week so you could vote from multiple computers or vote again after a week, but people have also enlisted friends, family, and even author forums or Facebook communities to join in the fun.

Vote early. Vote often.

1 comment:

  1. Couldn't stand Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil by Berendt. The Eye of the Leopard by Henning Mankell, a tortuous experience.