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Well, as it happens, I haven’t, but that’s because I haven’t read many fabulous, vote-worthy romance books that were published last year, plus I’ve been in a romance rut, and not particularly feeling the love for romance authors in general at the mo.

This obviously wont stop me from being scornful when the results are finally announced. Hey, my prerogative. *g*

Anyway, if you have read some grand books this year, and if you can be arsed, go and vote, and help lessen LLB’s Reader Poll Blues.

Interim results can be found here.

Yes, I raised my eyes at some of the results so far too. Ironically enough, I’d read more books in the European Historical section than in any other. Who’d have thunk it?

By the way, just in case I haven’t mentioned it on this blog already, I thought The Secret Diaries Of Miss Miranda Cheever was a jolly good read. I really liked it.

The deadline for voting is 17th Feb.

OK, that’s my good deed done for the day. *g*

1 Comment »

  • Hi Karen,

    I plan on voting in the AAR poll but I am trying to squeeze in as many last minute 2007 books as I can. (Although, I am bound to get side-tracked, ah such is life). I believe that I have actually read a whopping total of 77 books that were published last year. I have so many to choose from I am having a hard time picking just one in certain categories. Believe it or not, many of the books that are my top choices aren’t even listed once on the interim results. It just goes to show how varied everyone’s taste is. I told Laurie that I thought many people will be like me and wait until the last minute to vote. We shall see.


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