Reader’s Choice Awards 2nd Quarter 2024 – Now With Incentives! (Voting is Open Now)

Time to vote for the Amazing Stories Reader’s Choice Awards for the 2nd quarter of 2024.

This time around we’re introducing more fun – a contest for all Reader’s Choice voters!

Anyone who participates in the voting for this quarter’s awards will automatically be entered into a drawing to win a Book Bundle of Amazing Selects’ titles.

The winner will receive (again, FREE) the electronic editions of –

The ground-breaking No Police = Know Future future justice and policing anthology edited by James Beamon

Cents of Wonder: Science Fiction’s First Award Winners featuring Clare Winger Harris, Charles R. Tanner, John Robinson  Pierce and 11 other short stories that won, placed or showed in Amazing Stories and Science Wonder Stories first writing contests and

Amazing Stories Best of 2023, featuring stories by Adrian Tchaikovsky, Norman Spinrad, Dave Creek and 26 other science fiction tales drawn from the pages of the Amazing Stories website!

A Free Vote and a chance to win Free books?  YES!

And not only that!  Here’s the list to the eligible stories that you can read right here without even having to get up from your screen!

The Ballot is below.  To vote, you must be a Registered member of the website (which only takes a few seconds to do and only requires an email address and user name – we do not gather information for Big Brother!)

The Hanged Man by Tom Jolly

Impersonating Jesus by Michael Ventrella

Chanda’s Legacy by Dave Creek Part 1 Part 2 Part 3 Part 4 Part 5

Eternal Maid by Roderick Phillips

The Messy Business of Peddling DoomEaters by Darcy L. Wood

Anatomical Anomaly or Conduit? by Mary Jo Rabe

A Short-Lived History of the Stockpiling of Time, in Post-Mono-Heliocentric Space-Times by K.V.K. Kvas

The Crimson Ship by Tayonos7

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