It’s time to select the winner of this year’s Meager Puddle of Limelight Award for Best Book Title.
Because each round had a different total number of voters, after I sifted through the entries to find the eight which received the most actual votes, I adjusted the remaining results to reflect the percentage of votes received to votes cast in each round, then added those book titles which did proportionately the same or better than the first batch of finalists (ie: anything with a vote ratio of 13/51 or better). From the following list, please select the book title which you think deserves to win the 2010 Meager Puddle of Limelight Award for best book title.
From the following list, please select the book title which you think deserves to win the 2010 Meager Puddle of Limelight Award for best book title.
A hat-tip to the following entries which only just missed the cut:
FAMILIAR TROUBLE (YA fantasy) Stephanie Weippert (aka slweippert)
SACRIFICES TO THE WATER GOD (historical fiction) W. V. Kahler (aka rymrytr)
SOFTWARE BY THE KILO Larry Ketchersid
The winning entry gets a year's bragging rights, as well as a guest post and/or interview here on An Englishman in New Jersey.
Voting booths will stay open until Monday, October 4th 2010 at 3:00pm (US/Eastern).Good luck to all who take part, or as previous contestants might say: