64 Books, 1 Champion

It’s selection time in the Smart Bitches’ annual DABWAHA contest which is a kind of knock down, drag out, contest between an initial selection of 64 books.  They go up against each other in several rounds of voting until there’s only one left.

This year, False Colors is in the starting blocks in the LGBT section, facing desperately stiff competition, so if anyone fancied going and voting it through to the next category, that would be fab!  (If you fancy voting for one of the other books instead, that’s also fair enough 🙂 )

It’s kind of complicated to explain, so I’ve linked to the explanatory post first, but this is where the actual voting goes on.

I’m very chuffed indeed to be even in the first round, but trying to avoid getting my hopes up any further, as there’s every possibility that the first round will be as far as I get 🙂

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Fiona
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??????? ????? ????? ?????!I was interested by your novels. But there regarding egalitarian homosexuality it is described, and it, as far as I know, till 19-20 a century was a rarity even in Europe. Usual homosexuality in traditional societies is either use juvenile, or effeminate men, or violence over slaves, captured, etc., or UST. For the adult free man passive homosexuality was considered very shameful, and men usually reckoned with it (unlike church interdictions for "fornication", even the prospective anger of God of their scarecrows is much less, than expected loss of the courage;//) Therefore it is difficult to me… Read more »
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??????? ????? ????? ?????!I was interested by your novels. But there regarding egalitarian homosexuality it is described, and it, as far as I know, till 19-20 a century was a rarity even in Europe. Usual homosexuality in traditional societies is either use juvenile, or effeminate men, or violence over slaves, captured, etc., or UST. For the adult free man passive homosexuality was considered very shameful, and men usually reckoned with it (unlike church interdictions for "fornication", even the prospective anger of God of their scarecrows is much less, than expected loss of the courage;//) Therefore it is difficult to me… Read more »
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