March 2020 Alternative Book Cover Award Nominees! Have you voted yet? #Vote for your favourite #BookCover now! [Ends April 24, 2020] @WritingWarrior2 #wwu

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The “Alternative” Sassy Brit Book Cover Award 2020

Want your book cover featured? It’s free promo for a month and you get to win an advert on this site for a month. You’ll also be entered into the Book Cover of the Year Award! Click here to tell us about your book’s cover art and join in NOW!

(This link above takes you to a Google form where you can add your entry)

 Contest Rules :


The “Alternative” Sassy Brit Book Cover Award


A celebration of talent! Thank you to everyone taking part and all your entries. If you do not see your cover here, it is most likely going to be up for voting next month. Enjoy these beautiful covers. Everyone involved this month has been emailed to confirm.

Once you have picked out your favourite cover, scroll down to the bottom to find the poll, and have your say. Thank you!

March 2020 ALT Book cover awards Facebook Post

Read the blurbs and see the covers over at Amazon!

Want to find out more about the books you’re voting on? These links Amazon below will take you to their book pages on Amazon. I am an Amazon Affiliate. This is at no cost to you.

  1. Angelus Rose – If Romeo had wings and Juliet a barbed tail, could they find love in the City of Angels?
  2. Forget Me Not– Forget Me Not is a New Adult fantasy that follows the misadventures of Rae Davis, as she discovers a dangerous secret and risks her life to keep it. Knowledge is power, but is it worth dying for?
  3. Lara’s Story – Shattered by heartbreak, young Lara’s life takes a dramatic turn in Ireland during the 1840’s, when she is discovered by a childless couple from America. Whisked away, with barely a chance to look back, Lara is introduced to high society and a dizzying new reality in Philadelphia.
  4. Stars Do Not Judge – This novelette is different, but it’s not the topic that makes it different, but rather, the structures in which the stories are presented that explores human nature and character. Each chapter is told in different points of view and in various tenses — think “vignettes.”
  5. The Illumination Query -How important are your actions if the only victims are monsters? And what happens when you find yourself fighting on the same side as those monsters?
  6. Forever Disguised – The Angelheart Saga trilogy follows 18-year-old Erica Lindell as an unexpected meeting changes her life forever. It’s a romantic YA series about friendship, first love and the devastating consequences a mistake can lead to.
  7. Secrets in the Shallows – A deadly storm is brewing over the sleepy little town of Wattsville, Maine. Mystery and intrigue creep into the village like a fetid fog blown by an ill wind. The untimely deaths of two young men shake the quiet peace of the small community, and threaten to destroy the life of a revered religious leader. The spirits of those slain cry out for justice from their graves, while restless ghosts walk the hallways and grounds of the old monastery; silent victims of the horrors that took place by the pond.
  8. Things I Never Told My Wife – Actor, director, and admitted cad, Terry Reichert has led a life filled with colorful—and beautiful—women. From his deflowering while skinny dipping to holding the love of his life as she died, from actresses to students, from stage crew to strangers—Terry never met a woman he wasn’t interested in taking to another level.
  9. Copper Pennies – Armed with a book of dark magick they can’t read and a cracked crystal ball, twin sisters must stop their grandmother’s resurrected lover before he releases an unstoppable force that will consume the human world.
  10. The Seven Kinds – A collection of seven psychological short stories. Through these stories, know, to what extent a human mind can go to show its wickedness.

The Poll

On the poll (above – scroll up) you can click on the cover to see the image again.

To vote:

  1.  Choose the cover you want to win on the actual poll itself, and tick the box next to it.
  2.  Scroll down to the bottom of the poll to find the button that says ‘VOTE’ and click to vote!

Please note:

You can now come back once a day to vote!!

Want to enter your book cover in the coming months? Go here to send me the details!

Need more info? Visit my ‘About Our Book Cover Award’ page.

Any broken links, or queries, please let me know.  Sassy.Brit @ (without the spaces). Thanks.



1st Place BCA WINNER - The Dysfunctional Dance of The Empath and Narcissist

FEB - 1st Place BCA WINNER - The House on Maple Street by Heidi Slowinski - Artist Maggie Duford

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Author: Sassy Brit, Author Assistant

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2 thoughts on “March 2020 Alternative Book Cover Award Nominees! Have you voted yet? #Vote for your favourite #BookCover now! [Ends April 24, 2020] @WritingWarrior2 #wwu

    1. Did you figure it out? There is a list of books, and their images, numbered 1 – 10 and they will appear out of sequence, so the order changes every time the page is refreshed. The book covers show as horizontal images (not whole covers – no idea why!) Anyway, underneath each image is a check box. Click the box by the cover(s) you want to vote for and then scroll down to the bottom of the box (that has all these images in) and there is a VOTE button. Click this to confirm your entry. Hope this helps!

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