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Jaime Samms

I rarely enter them. I think mostly because I don't think of it.GayRomLit cowboyHowever, this year, someone (I forget who) encouraged me to enter Stained Glass in Elisa Rolle's Rainbow Awards., and so I did. I didn't really expect much to happen. Not because I don't think I'm a good writer, or that I don't think my efforts are worthy. Only because I read in the genre, and I know the caliber of the books mine was up against. There have been some really, really good books written this year.  So imagine my surprise and delight to find out Stained Glass received an honorable mention in the Bobby Michaels' award for gay erotic romance. StainedGlass_postcard_front

First of all, there is very little I can say about "Stained Glass" that doesn't begin with "a" and doesn't end in "mazing". Seriously. I don't often call a book brilliant anymore but this one is. 100%. –Cira

I don't know were she got that quote, but I can't even describe how honoured I am that my little story was so well thought of by enough people to be remembered over all the books those judges read. Thanks you!

Better_prAnother of my books, or at lreast part of  one was also nominated (by a reader, so thank you, whoever you are) in this year's reader's choice awards at the Goodreads M/M Romance group.Better was nominated for best sex (or love?) scene for the final chapter of the book when Jesse and Aadon finally make their connection.

Stained Glass was also nominated for best BDSM novel, so thank you to
whomever made that nomination, as well. It's a wonderful feeling and  very humbling to know my stories have lingered in people's minds. Whether they win or not, it's still an honour.

And while we are on the subject, if anyone is interested, Predators and Editors have opened their annual poll for this year's Reader's Poll. If you want to vote or nominate any of the fantastic books that have been released this year, here's the link.   http://critters.org/predpoll