Readers’ Favorite Awards Jellybeaners the Bronze Medal

Haven’t written much the last seven weeks due to a trip to the northern climes,  but I did enter Jellybeaners in several indie book contests.

Here is the first result and a link to more reviews.

Am contemplating changing my name to Eugenia Scottochi and placing a bodice-ripping stud-hoss on the cover.


Seriously, hats off to the winners.

We live in an interesting time, when excellent writers [seem to] outnumber addicted readers.


But great in the sense that a deep record of humanity and its travails will be an open book for future generations, with talent to equal the giants of the past.

Who started the bodice ripper, anyway?


Readers’ Favorite Bronze Medal.

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About the Author Gene Scott, a retired English and reading teacher, was born and raised on the prairie of Western Illinois, and has lived in Johnson City, Tennessee for thirty years with his much better half, Lana.

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