~Phaze FANTASIES III -- including my long novella, "Hardcore" -- has been nominated in the "Best Other Works" category of the Gaylactic Spectrum Awards. In addition, "Mask" by James Buchanan, "Devotion" by Jade Falconer, and "Dragon's Fate" by Eliza Gayle -- also included in FANTASIES III -- have been nominated in the "Best Short Fiction" category.
The Gaylactic Spectrum Awards honor outstanding works of science fiction, fantasy and horror which include significant positive explorations of gay, lesbian, bisexual or transgendered characters, themes, or issues.
The Winners and Recommended Short List for the 2008 Gaylactic Spectrum Awards will be announced at Gaylaxicon 2008, held October 2008 in Washington DC.
~4 Angels from Donna at Fallen Angel Reviews for my 2006 Phaze short vampire/Urban Fantasy romance, "To Have And Have Not" :
"This short story by Ms. March grips the reader from the first sentence. The heat that's generated between these two characters scorches the pages. I love the uncertainty that Jack shows, even though he's an alpha male, not only about his relationship with Laura but about himself and what he's become since the Breach. Ms. March packs a lot feelings and insight into this 27 page story that readers will not only enjoy but will be telling their friends about."
~4.5 Blue Ribbons from Chrissy at Romance Junkies for my November 2007 Amber Allure release, SEVEN YEAR ACHE:
"What an unexpected treasure Selah March’s SEVEN YEAR ACHE turned out to be. This story is chock full of emotional situations, a little bit of suspense and lovable characters. Rafe and Jamie’s friendship is definitely strained after so much time apart and when they would have thrown it all away, the women in their lives, Lilah and Aunt Cindy, manage to get them to see the situation from a different angle. This is a wonderful, heart-warming story that will alternately bring tears to your eyes and then a smile to your face."
As of today, SEVEN YEAR ACHE is also available through Fictionwise.
~Yes, I know I said something about running a contest for "There Came A Killing Frost." I'm waiting on the okay from my lovely and no doubt incredibly busy editor.
~Last but nowhere near least, I failed to mention last week that my brilliant and ever-stylish crit partner, Barb/Caridad Ferrer, has finaled in the Oklahoma RWA Chapter's National Readers' Choice Awards with her latest release, IT'S NOT ABOUT THE ACCENT. Apparently, they have good taste out there where the corn is as high as an elephant's eye.
*exposes geekdom by humming "Little Surrey With The Fringe On Top" from memory*
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