The Polls Are Closing … Vote for the 2019 Outskirts Press Best Book of the Year

Last week, we were proud to announce to you the three finalists for this year’s Outskirts Press Best Book of the Year award. Since then, the finalists have been showing us their impressive marketing chops — reaching out to fans on social media, making appearances and promoting their book like pros to win your votes.

Now it is time to pick a winner. We’re in the final hours, and we need your vote today to determine which of these talented authors has proven they have the author platform and promotional muscle to take top honors as the Grand Prize winner, and take home the $1,500 Grand Prize for Best Book of the Year.

So, take one last look at these worthy contenders, and then scroll down to the poll to place your vote for the 2019 Outskirts Press Best Book of the Year!


Finalist: The Red Shore by Andrew Ceroni

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Finalist: Dance Because You Can by Amy Jordan

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Finalist: To Paint a Murder by E.J. Gandolfo

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Vote Now!

The public poll for Best Book of the Year ends tomorrow, Sept. 13 at 5:00 PM Mountain Time, so make your voice heard!

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