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2010 CAROL AWARD WINNERS ANNOUNCED



Winners announced at ACFW Conference in Indianapolis This weekend.

CONGRATS TO THE FOLLOWING WINNERS IN THEIR CATEGORY!

CONTEMPORAY NOVELLA

Susan May Warren - The Great Christmas Bowl (Tyndale House, Karen Watson - Editor)









HISTORICAL NOVELLA


Janet Tronstad - Christmas Bells for Dry Creek (Steeple Hill, Tina James - Editor)










SHORT CONTEMPORARY

Mae Nunn - A Texas Ranger's Family (Steeple Hill, Melissa Endlich - Editor)










SHORT CONTEMPORARY SUSPENSE

Jill Elizabeth Nelson - Evidence of Murder (Steeple Hill, Emily Rodmell - Editor)










SHORT HISTORICAL



Dan Walsh - The Unfinished Gift (Revell, Andrea Doering)









YOUNG ADULT



Jenny B. Jones - I'm So Sure (Thomas Nelson, Natalie Hanemann/Jamie Chavez - Editors)








LONG CONTEMPORARY



Christina Berry - The Familiar Stranger (Moody Publishers, Paul Santhouse - Editor)









LONG CONTEMPORARY ROMANCE



Jenny B. Jones - Just Between You and Me (Thomas Nelson, Natalie Hanemann/Jamie Chavez - Editors)








MYSTERY



A.K. Arenz - The Case of the Mystified M.D. (Sheaf House, Joan M. Shoup - Editor)








SUSPENSE/THRILLER



Terri Blackstock - Intervention (Zondervan, Sue Brower/Dave Lambert - Editors)








LONG HISTORICAL



Allison Pittman - Stealing Home (Multnomah, Alice Crider - Editor)








LONG HISTORICAL ROMANCE










Mary Connealy - Cowboy Christmas (Barbour Publishing, Rebecca Germany - Editor)

SPECULATIVE (includes Science Fiction, Fantasy, Allegory)

Kirk Outerbridge - Eternity Falls (Marcher Lord Press, Jeff Gerke - Editor)









WOMEN'S FICTION



Cheryl McKay & Rene Gutteridge - Never the Bride (Waterbrook Press, Shannon Marchese - Editor)

DEBUT AUTHOR

Dan Walsh - The Unfinished Gift (Revell, Andrea Doering - Editor)









There were many authors on this list and voting must have been hard!!

CONGRATS TO ALL!!

Nora St.Laurent
The Book Club Network
www.bookfun.org

1 comment:

  1. Nora,

    Thanks for posting this. A neat way to do it (vs just the text.

    Dan

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