#FanFav for Behind the Curtain & Minutae

It comes time for another #Fanfav contest for the Behind the Curtain flash fiction contest. I can’t help it – they’re so much fun to run and it continues to spread the love. It’s a thrill when people vote for your story and also when you can let someone know that their story moved, scared or intrigued you.

Voting in #FanFav is easy. The #Fanfav contest will be held live on Twitter on Friday, October 19th from 12-8 pm EST. When you have read all the stories, narrow your choices to three favorites (good luck with that – 61 entries!). You can vote two ways.

1) On Twitter, tweet this format:

#Fanfav @ruanna3

By tagging it with #Fanfav and @mentioning me, it ensures your vote is counted. Sometimes Tweetdeck eats tweets and I have to go back and hunt around.

2) For this #Fanfav, I am also allowing blog votes if you don’t have a Twitter account. Only ones left from 12-8 pm EST will be counted.

You can leave your votes in the comment section of this post, if you like.

PLEASE NOTE: This #Fanfav vote does NOT pick the winner of the Behind the Curtain contest. Only I pick that and determine prizes. This mini-contest is for fun and bragging rights and the pleasure of knowing you were Twitter’s favorite.


Also, I wanted to share a few more details about the awesome Veil & Subdue libretto from the Dark Veil Package.

My co-creator Paul has been hand-crafting a completely unique libretto – this is the first of its kind. He has embellished the cover and created a one-of-a-kind book with all kinds of magnificent goodies. Here are some teaser photos.

Feel free to ooh and ahh. 😀

6 thoughts on “#FanFav for Behind the Curtain & Minutae”

  1. I will not self-promote on the Dark Fairy’s blog.

    I will not self-promote on the Dark Fairy’s blog.

    I will not…see? I’m being good. Thanks for posting this! Got my three all lined up and ready to go. 🙂

  2. Just thought you should know that I didn’t get the email notification about this until this (Saturday) morning. (Not snippy about it, btw, just thought you should know the lag time on your email notifications.)

    Sounds fun, though. 🙂 If this is a regular thing, I’ll keep an eye out for next time.

    1. Hi Amy,

      I’m so sorry you missed it. I had no idea there was such a lag on the email notifications. I’ll definitely keep that in mind when I post in the future.

      I hope you can catch us next time! ~Anna

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