CHAUCER BOOK AWARDS 2017 Short Listers for Historical Fiction pre-1750s
This is the Official Semi-Finalists List of the Authors and Titles of Works that have been SHORT-LISTED for the Chaucer 2017 Book Awards. These titles will now compete for the First In Category positions.
The Chaucer Awards FIRST IN CATEGORY sub-genres are: Pre-Historical Fiction, Ancient Historical Fiction, World/International History (non-western culture historical fiction pre-1750s), Americas-Historical Fiction Pre-1750s, Dark Ages/Medieval, Renaissance, and Elizabethan/Tudor 1600’s.
- Kenneth W. Meyer – Lion’s Shadow
- Edward Rickford – The Hawk and the Serpent
- K.M. Pohlkamp – Apricots and Wolfsbane
- Richard T. Rook – Tiernan’s Wake
- DJ Munro – Slave to Fortune
- Catherine A Wilson and Catherine T Wilson – The Traitor’s Noose: The Lions and Lilies
- Crystal King – Feast of Sorrow: A Novel of Ancient Rome
- Gita Simic/G.T. Sim – Occam’s Razor
- Lilian Gafni – Flower from Castile: A Safe Haven
- Elizabeth Crowens – A Pocketful of Lodestones, Time Traveler Professor Series Book 2
- Val Jon Jensen II – The People’s Crusade
- Joseph Scott Amis – To Shine with Honor, Book One: Coming of Age
- Marcia Fine – Hidden Ones: A Veil of Memories
- Elisabeth Storrs – Call to Juno: A Tale of Ancient Rome
- Susan E Kaberry – The Good Shepherd and the Last Perfect
- Brett Savill – The Medici Apprentice
- Leigh Grant – Mask of Dreams
- Susan E Kaberry – The Chatelaine of Montaillou
- Ken Frazier – Alexander of the Ashanti
- Prue Batten – Guillaume: Book Two of The Triptych Chronicle
- Martha Kennedy – Martin of Gfenn
- Christian Kachel – Spoils of Olympus II: World on Fire
Good Luck to all of the 2017 Chaucer Short-Listers as they compete for the First Place Category positions.
First In Category announcements will be made at the Awards Ceremony. The Chaucer Grand Prize Winner and First Place Category Winners will be announced at the April 21st, 2018 Chanticleer Writing Contests Annual Awards Gala, at the Chanticleer Authors Conference that will be held in Bellingham, Wash.
Sometime early this year I sent in some money and entered this contest. And then (as I have learned is wise) I forgot about it. An announcement showed up on my Facebook Author Page telling me Martin of Gfenn had been short-listed. Still, the short-list is pretty long so it’s probably a good idea to forget about it again. 🙂