Kathy Tyer’s novel Daystar won the Carol Award in the speculative fiction category. The announcement was made during the 2013 AFCW Conference. Congratulations! http://www.acfw.com/carol/2013_carol_award_winners
Just in case you missed the news this week, three Marcher Lord authors are finalists for the Carol Awards. Congratulations to Morgan L. Busse and Kathy Tyers who are finalists in the Speculative category and Jill Williamson who is a finalist in the Young Adult category. Way to go, ladies! To find out more, click on the link: Carol Finalists
Congratulations to Morgan L. Busse and John Otte on finaling in the Christy Awards. Daughter of Light is a finalist in the Visionary Category and Failstate is a finalist in the Young Adult Category. To find out more, click the link below: www.christyawards.com
Our very own Kerry Nietz won the Epic Award in the science fiction category with his book Freeheads. The announcement was made during their awards program last night. Congratulations Kerry!
Another award to announce! Kerry Nietz won Readers Favorite for 2012. Here are pictures from the awards ceremony. Congrats Kerry!
Congratulations to MLP Author Steve Rzasa, grand prize winner of HIS Writers 2012 Flash Fiction writing contest for his flash fiction piece In the Bag. To find out more about the contest, click here: www.hiswriters.acfwcolorado.com Congrats Steve!
Big news guys! Our very own Steve Rzasa won the Carol Award in the speculative category for his book, Broken Sight. He was unable to be the ACFW Conference, so I agreed to accept the award in his place. I was sooo excited for him, and nervous, that I could barely breath on stage. But I made it (and without tripping on my heels lol). Please congratulate him, this is a huge accomplishment :). Way to go Steve!
Broken Sight by our very own Steve Rzasa is a finalist for the Carol Awards in the speculative fiction category! The winner will be announced in September at the national ACFW Conference in Dallas Texas. Congratulations 🙂