Wattys2014 Entry Spotlight: Aurora by Sanya

Please take the time to consider voting for Aurora by xxSMxx forWattys2014.

Genre: Fantasy/Romance
This is a epic fantasy tale, with bits of tragedy and sweet romance.
It follows the journey of Isabella and Klaus through a quest to find out the hidden murderer after their lives.
An unbreakable curse, twisted souls and a hell lot of demons wanting to feast upon their flesh – these two find themselves stuck in troubled waters with forgotten secrets. That’s not all. An evil presence lurks in the shadows, far older and crueler then they could have ever imagined.
These star crossed lovers are destined to fight the other – as enemies and as the only soul of Darkness. The long battle awaits. The odds are against them, and all they have is their love to pull them back to sanity.
If you love a good dose of demons and magic, and if you think it deserves your support then vote for this story! And please share the linked posts on Twitter and on Facebook and give me a chance.
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Wattys2014 Entry Spotlight: Death Reflection by April Parr

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Please take the time to consider voting for Death Reflection by April_Parr for Wattys2014.

From the author: Death Reflection mixes fairies and demons into a dystopic future. If you’re tired of Hunger Games clones when it comes to dystopian novels, I ask that you give my story a shot and please vote if you enjoy it. I look forward to hearing from amazing new readers!

Genre: Fantasy

Edward R. Murrow once said, “A nation of sheep will beget a government of wolves.” In 2330, these words become a fulfilled prophecy. Dahlia Wilde lives in a world ruled by a corrupted government that has taken religion from the people and turned it into a twisted controlling mechanism. Forced to contend with demons, genetic monstrosities, and the discovery that she is as inhuman as the creature directing the government, Dahlia takes on a journey to topple this twisted regime and free the people. But she must first escape the iron grip of a demon vying for her very soul.

If you think this story, free to read on Wattpad, is worth a vote, please share the linked posts on Twitter and on Facebook, with the link and #Watty2014, to give April a chance.

 

Wattys2014 Entry Spotlight: Pitch Black by Elise Noble

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Please take the time to consider voting for Pitch Black by EliseNoble for Wattys2014.

Genre: General fiction/Romance

Ash is a girl on the run.  From who?  Not even she knows.  Ending up in England, in a dead end job in a sleepy country village, she can’t see a way out of her predicament.

Luke lives the perfect life, or at least that’s how it looks. He’s hot, he’s rich, but he’s far from happy.  He’s buckling under the strain of a dysfunctional family and a job that’s lost its lustre.  All he wants is a little excitement in his life, but doesn’t know how to get it.

When they meet, sparks fly, but will they end up helping each other or hurting each other?

Throw in a stroppy teenager, a personal assistant who thinks he rules the world and the small matter of a kidnapping, and there’s only one direction things are going to go…

If you think this story, free to read on Wattpad, is worth a vote, please share the linked posts on Twitter and on Facebook, with the link and #Watty2014, to give Elise a chance.

 

Wattys2014 Entry Spotlight: When You Feel Beautiful by Denmark Harris

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Please take the time to consider voting for When You Feel Beautiful by Denmark Harris for Wattys2014.

From the author:

Whenever I write a novel, I write with an ideal girl in mind. For When You Feel Beautiful, the girl that I hope will love this story doesn’t love herself. She may not love how she looks or love who she is. This girl will probably suffer from depression and wants the pain to end. This girl will be a bully victim. This is the girl I’m trying to reach with this story. Votes would greatly increase my novel’s chances of winning a Watty award. I want to win for me, but I mostly want to win for the girls I’m trying to reach. Winning a Watty would put my novel in a position where it has the best chance of reaching as many girls as possible. I’d appreciate any and all votes.

Genre: Paranormal

Fifteen-year-old Jenny Ballena isn’t new to Valley, California, but she’ll soon be new to Valley High. When Jenny’s rebellious neighbor and soon-to-be fellow high school peer, Melissa Martinez, invites her to an unsupervised pool party, Jenny quickly rejects the invite. Her first love is swimming, but is swimming really worth revealing her darkest secret?

To avoid being laughed at, Jenny decides not to go to the party.

Besides, Nina Ballena, Jenny’s mother would never allow her to attend a party without any adults. Or so Jenny thought. Melissa pressures Jenny into going along with her plan: Jenny must lie to her own mother. Her gut instinct screams a warning: perpetuating this lie will only make things worse.

Things only become worse when Jenny runs afoul of Samara Cherriton, the redheaded unspoken leader of a vicious gang of boys.

Life for Jenny takes an even more disastrous turn when a girl she wishes were beautiful reveals her secret on the first day of school.

The girl in her mirror.

Jenny eventually meets her mysterious and charming neighbor, Miguel. For his sake, Jenny must learn to love herself. Will Jenny ever gaze into the mirror and love what she sees? Winning Valley High’s annual Karina Lopez Brain Bee may be her only shot at loving the girl in the mirror.

But winning won’t be easy.

Two-time Brain Bee Champion, Sunshine Wiggins, is rumored to be a genius among her peers. Not only that, but in the Brain Bee’s twenty-three year history, NO SOPHOMORE has ever raised the trophy. Some say it’s the Sophomore Curse.

Before Jenny decides to beat Sunshine Wiggins, she decides to join her. The reason?
Revenge.

If you think this story, free to read on Wattpad, is worth a vote, please share the linked posts on Twitter and on Facebook, with the link and #Watty2014, to give this story a chance.

 

Wattys2014 Entry Spotlight: A Collection of Works by Rosaimee

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Please take the time to consider voting for Poems from the Tower and Ardith (in English and Spanish) by Rosaimee for Wattys2014.

Poems from the TowerArdithalt=Poems from the Tower:

I used to write poetry a long time ago. Poems from the Tower is compendium of dreams of love, sorrow and despair. Fantasy and reality converge in these verses to create this collection of poetry, in my attempt to purge away some feelings.

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Wattys2014 Entry Spotlight: The Cheaters Club by Rebecca Sky

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Please take the time to consider voting for The Cheaters Club by Rebecca Sky for Wattys2014.

Genre: New adult

This is a book I’m reading free on Wattpad and it’s an entertaining and enthralling tale of a young man working his way back in life when his heart is broken. With witty dialogue, characters whom you love to hate, and a sympathetic protagonist, it’s a highly recommended read.

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Wattys2014 Entry Spotlight: Hearts Knit Together by Heba Mariyam

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Please take the time to consider voting for Hearts Knit Together by Heba_Mariyam for Wattys2014.

When you hear the wretchedness of love affairs gone bitter, just learn that love is breathing. It is all around us, and it will strike you when you least suspect it

Genre: Romance and Short story

Haiden and Daniella who met in the vicinity of a chatroom gradually falls in love. Just like that. Fell. Head over heels. Their off limits amour is so terrified yet it is so strong. Will they be able to carry this relationship beyond the bounds of just cyberspace? Or will the acknowledged caution of discovering anything trustworthy on the internet mock them for the rest of their lives?  Go read the story and figure it out yourself.

If you think this story, free to read on Wattpad, is worth a vote, please share the linked posts on Twitter and on Facebook, with the link and #Watty2014, to give Heba a chance.