Just a short post listing what I’ve published this year that’s eligible for awards:
Snowed — My YA novel released November 2, 2016 by Raw Dog Screaming Press is eligible for:
- Bram Stoker Award in the “Young Adult Novel” category
- Anthony Awards in the “Young Adult Novel” category
- Agatha Awards in the “Children’s/Young Adult” category
- Hugos in the “Best Novel” category
- Thriller Awards in the “Young Adult Novel” category (2018)
Read some of the rave reviews it’s gotten to see why it’s worthy. If you’re a Bouchercon or Worldcon attendee, let me know and I’ll see if I can get review copies for your consideration. The publisher has already submitted it to the jury for the Andre Norton Award, which is a YA award given by the SFWA.
“The Witches of Winter“ — Posted December 15, 2016 on Tor.com. This essay is eligible in the “Best Related Work” category for the Hugos.
“Hey, Little Sister” — a short story that appeared in Gutted: Beautiful Horror Stories, June 2016 from Crystal Lake Publishing, edited by Doug Murano and D. Alexander Ward. I love this story, but I haven’t been promoting it because I want voters to focus on Snowed. However, reviewers have mentioned it frequently when reviewing the anthology. It’s a nice reminder that I haven’t lost touch with my love for writing short fiction.
That’s all I can recall offhand. Thanks for your kind consideration!