“National Book Awards: Fiction” vote for the best

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You can vote on one of the six notable American fiction writers:

Flannery O’Connor

John Cheever

Ralph Ellison

Eudora Welty

William Faulkner

National Book Foundation Fiction Award Poll

(When I voted this morning, Flannery O’Connor has a substantial lead.)

  • peter fleming

    I’d like to recommend to you and your readers the new novel FALLING TO DESTINY, a genuine attempt to blend adventure with an enthusiastic Christian perspective, both liberal and compassionate.

    It is my hope to bring to science fiction something of what “Father Brown” by Chesterton brought to detective fiction: in which events provide the occasion for a philosophical –and an enjoyable – reflection on them.

    I’d like to see the stories (it is the start of a series) compete with the blunt, nasty material which is on offer elsewhere. It is important, I feel, that people have a real choice; I might even say a choice between dark and light.

    You and your readers would enjoy the combination of science, fantasy, art and politics in stories which are designed to reflect something of ourselves and our times in even the furthest reaches of space.

    Check out the blurb at amazon.com, amazon.co.uk, or barnesandnoble.com. Copies available from the publisher athenapress.com or their distributors.


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