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On the other hand, that is exactly why the average reader should make the final say as to whom should be first, second or third. The public buys the book, therefore the public should be able to vote on their favorites. They know a good story when they read it!
Now, here's when I tell you to vote for my little story. See, I wrote this cute little rhyme-y children's story. I read to it my youngest, and he kept wanting me to read and reread it, so I thought "okay, why not enter it into a constest?" If I win, the book is published. If not, that's okay. All's fair in writing and publishing... or something like that.
Anway, vote for my story. There's a 400 to 1 chance I could be printed. Not great, but not awful. Go here and read it. It's silly, it's short, it's for kids. So take a look if you feel inclined, perhaps even say you like it, and I'll be more than satisfied. In fact, don't like it and I'm still satisfied. At least someone is reading the story.
Thanks for taking a look, and hey, let me know what you think.