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Thursday, October 15, 2009

Congratulations, Sharon!

Kudos and congrats to Sharon for her final in the RWA FF&P On the Far Side Contest (Paranormal category). Fantastic job, Sharon! And a special note...this wasn't for GHOST PLANET, but her new novel ECHO 8!

Here's the announcement of the the finalists:

*Permission to Forward Granted!*

The Fantasy, Futuristic and Paranormal Chapter of RWA is thrilled, delighted and excited to announce our fabulous finalists in the 2009 On the Far Side Contest!!! Look at all our winning members – we so rock!!

2009 On The Far Side Finalists

* Denotes FF&P Member

Romantic Elements
Soul Trade by Melanie Card*
The Darkshaper Invasion by Karen McCullough*
Windborne by Brenda Nelson-Davis*

Erotic
MIA Case Files: Wolfsbane by Tracy Truman*
Gods and Mortals by Rebecca Zanetti*
Catacomb Bound by Robin Haseltine*

Fantasy
Wild Fire by Rashda Kahn
Rites of Clay by Bonnie Johnston*
A Soul for Trouble by Christy Gibson*

Futuristic
Unspeakable Acts by Cheryl Alldredge*
Apocalypse’s Daughter: Dystopia by Tracy St. Hilaire*
Passages by Laurel Wanrow*

Paranormal
Echo 8 by Sharon Lynn Fisher
Stealing Time by Elise Chand
Night Walker by Lisa Keesler*

Time Travel
Machine Slave by Jennette Heikes*
Once in a Coyote Moon by Christy Gibson*
The Haunting of Maddy Clare by Simone Seguin

Young Adult
Breathing Fire by Christine Canada
Frostbite by Sheri Boeynik
Seaside Sorcery by Laurel Wanrow*

BTW, Sharon decided to enter in Paranormal instead of Futuristic because ECHO 8 has a near-future setting with sci-fi elements. Way to go, Sharon!

8 comments:

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    Whoo Hoo! WTG, Sharon.
    Nice to see so many deserving authors of SFR winning these contests.

    Dawn

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  2. Aw right, Sharon! AND for novel #2! So much for "sophomore slump"!
    Congrats!

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  3. Thanks so much, Dawn! I think contest finals might be better than chocolate. :-]

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  5. oof, typo in the first comment...

    Thanks Donna! I tell you these dang contests are addictive!

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  6. *agrees with contest = chocolate statement, except in my case substitute 'cheesecake.'

    Congrats again, Sharon. When are the winners announced?

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