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Me and Carol E Wyer Begging For Help!

Lovely Readers (Both of you! Haha) The fabulous, funny and ever so lovely Carol Wyer needs our help! So, have a read below and then please, please go and vote for her! I adore the woman and her books are so bloody brilliant! Thanking you!!!  :)

Over to you, Carol!

I really need your help. My book Grumpies On Board is a finalist for The People's Book Prize award. I really want it to win not for me but for my new publishers who have put so much faith in me by taking it on and the lovely Aimee Coveney who designed the cover. Please could I ask you to vote for it? I have put the details below and if you have any difficulty please let me know. Thank you all.

Voting is very easy and only takes a couple of minutes.

Head to The People’s Book Prize Award website http://www.peoplesbookprize.com/finalist.php
Register if you have not voted before by clicking on the registration box and answer the maths problem or it’ll think you are a robot.


You will be sent a code to use to vote.

Sign back in using your code and click on the purple FINALIST box to get to the right page. Once on the page look for the non-fiction choices by clicking on non-fiction

Scroll down three spots and find Grumpies On Board.
Vote for it


Receive a large virtual hug from me and Grumpy (And Trish!).


People's Book Prize - Finalists

The People's Book Prize. Showcasing new titles every month in libraries and selected book stores across Britain, with only the public voting for the winners.

peoplesbookprize.com

Get it? Got it? Good! Get your skates on and get Voting and I will love you (both) forever! Thanks a squillion from me and Carol (and possibly even Grumpy!)

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