Sunday, August 1, 2010

Help! I need your votes!




A Fly in Amber just posted my short story, Rainbow's End. My worst fear is that no one will vote for it, or they'll give it zero stars out of five. Could you go over and vote on it for me?

Here's what it's about:

Apprenticed as a weaver to her mother, Tora yearns to follow in her footsteps and complete the Tapestry of History for their village's yearly Festival of Ancestors. Tora only sees the world in monochrome and struggles to discern the patterns on the loom. In desperation she consults a witch woman, who instructs her to follow the rainbow's end to find what she seeks. Tora journeys with a friend from her childhood and together they learn that life is not black and white and all it takes is a rainbow to see.

28 comments:

Tessa Conte said...

Already voted, my dear! Loved the story!

Elliot Grace said...

...what an excellent way of starting my Sunday morning! A poetic read, worthy of publication. It earned my vote:)

The Words Crafter said...

Very perceptive...we often put our wants ahead of our needs, not realizing that if the needs are met, usually our wants are, too. Voted! Loved the story!

Jen said...

My dear Aubrie you had absolutely NOTHING to worry about, it was brilliant and I enjoyed it very much!

I voted :) and it seems like you had others who loved it just like I had!

Marsha Moore said...

Loved the story, Aubrie! Just voted.

(It's Talli but I'm too lazy to sign out of my Marsha profile!)

Clarissa Draper said...

Great story. And of course, I've voted.
CD

Melissa said...

Really great story hun. Voted.

Conda V. Douglas said...

I left a comment but couldn't figure out how to vote?!

Nicole Zoltack said...

Voted! :)

Susan Fields said...

I couldn't figure out how to vote either. :(

Elizabeth Poole said...

I loved the story and voted! Great job!

(for those of you confused, you just click on the star you want to give the story. Personally, I thought it was five star material *coughcough* Don't feel bad, it took me ages of random clicking to actually vote.)

Susan Fields said...

Thank you, Elizabeth! I just voted. Great story, Aubrie!

Roland D. Yeomans said...

Consider your story voted for.

Today I have a guest blogger : Death. How could I say No to Death?

Hope your story wins. Roland

Julie Musil said...

Clicking over now!

Theresa Milstein said...

Of course I will! I'm on my way.

CMZ Art/ Rustic Goth said...

What a good story Aubrie! Of course I voted for you...loved the way you worked things out in the end.

Saumya said...

I'm very excited to read this!! I don't think you have anything to worry about!

Susan Fields said...

Hi Aubrie - I wanted to let you know I just posted my review of Messenger in the Mist. I enjoyed it a great deal - thanks for letting me read it!

Lydia Kang said...

I'm going to vote! Go Aubrie!

Faith said...

*heads over to vote*

Whoo-hoo! You have 26 votes already! Awesome :)

Rebecca @ Diary of a Virgin Novelist said...

Heading over to vote right now!

Carol Kilgore said...

I'll head over now.

Angie said...

I'll go check it out!

Sheila Deeth said...

Lovely story Aubrie, and beautifully done with the images. I've voted. I'm sure you'll get lots and lots of votes.

ali said...

I'm gonna go check it out now!

Jackee said...

On my way over--the story sounds absolutely fascinating!

Lynda Young said...

beautiful story. It's worth every star!

L'Aussie said...

Will read and vote Aubrie!