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Wednesday, July 18, 2012

Would You Read On? hosted by Diana L. Flegal

Thank you for stopping by our blog today. Since we have no First Page for you today - we are happy to list the Christy Award winners announced this week at ICRS in Orlando. Congrats to all


       
       
       
       
      CONTEMPORARY ROMANCE
      Wolfsbane
      by Ronie Kendig
      Barbour Publishing 
      CONTEMPORARY SERIES
      The Amish Midwife
      by Mindy Starns Clark and Leslie Gould
      Harvest House Publishers
      CONTEMPORARY STANDALONE
      Promises to Keep
      by Ann Tatlock
      Bethany House, a division of Baker Publishing Group
      FIRST NOVEL
      Words
      by Ginny Yttrup
      B&H Publishing Group
      HISTORICAL
      Wonderland Creek
      by Lynn Austin
      Bethany House, a division of Baker Publishing Group
      HISTORICAL ROMANCE
      The Maid of Fairbourne Hall
      by Julie Klassenby
      Bethany House, a division of Baker Publishing Group
      SUSPENSE
      The Queen
      by Steven James
      Revell Books, a division of Baker Publishing
      VISIONARY
      Veiled Rose
      by Anne Elisabeth Stengl
      Bethany House, a division of Baker Publishing Group
      YOUNG ADULT
      Waterfall
      by Lisa T. Bergren
      David C Cook
You can find out more about the books and authors from the official Christy Award press release. To find the list of other nominations and the replay of the ceremony’s live blog, visit the official Christy Awards site.



We also want to thank last weeks courageous author, Becky L. Miller.
You can find out more about Becky at her personal blog A Christian Worldview of Fiction - http://rebeccaluellamiller.wordpress.com/and her editing blog, Rewrite, Reword, Rework - http://rewriterewordrework.wordpress.com/



3 comments:

Timothy Fish said...

Nice use of white space, but no, I don't think I would read on.

Rebecca LuElla Miller said...

Good one, Timothy!

But I think I do want to read more, notably Anne Elisabeth Stengl's Veiled Rose. I'm reading her debut novel, which won a Christy last year in the First Novel category, and am enjoying it a great deal.

Thanks to all for last week's feedback. (Whoo-hoo! Diana thinks I'm courageous. :-D )

Becky

sally apokedak said...

Courageous is a good thing for writers.

Yes, indeedy.

I'm disappointed to not find another first page to read. I've really enjoyed this blog feature. I feel like I was really learning each week about what works and what doesn't work. I hope other courageous people will send pages in.