Wednesday, 2 February 2011

2010 Whitney Award Finalists

 Outstanding Achievement Award
Rick Walton

Lifetime Achievement Award
Susan Evans McCloud

Band of Sisters - Annette Lyon
Blink of an Eye - Gregg Luke
The Cross Gardener - Jason Wright
Finding Mercie - Blaine Yorgason
Lucky Change - Susan Law Corpany

Alma The Younger - H.B. Moore 
Oh Say Can You See? - L.C. Lewis 
The Sheen on the Silk -  Anne Perry 
Trespass - Sandra Grey
The Silence of God - Gale Sears

Courting Miss Lancaster - Sarah Eden 
Cross My Heart - Julie Wright 
The Legend of Shannonderry - Carol Warburton
Luck of the Draw - Rachael Renee Anderson 
Meg’s Melody - Kaylee Baldwin

Cold as Ice - Stephanie Black 
Crossfire - Traci Hunter Abramson 
Murder by Design - Betsy Brannon Green 
A Time to Die - Jeffrey Savage 
Wrong Number - Rachelle J. Christensen

Imprints - Rachel Ann Nunes 
Mr. Monster - Dan Wells 
Pathfinder - Orson Scott Card 
The Scorch Trials - James Dashner 
The Way of Kings - Brandon Sanderson 
Youth Fiction - Speculative 
Fablehaven 5 - Brandon Mull
Matched - Ally Condie     
Paranormalcy - Kiersten White 
The Forbidden Sea - Sheila Nielson
The Fourth Nephite - Jeffrey Savage
Youth Fiction - General 
Glimpse - Carol Lynch Williams 
Missing In Action - Dean Hughes 
My Double Life - Janette Rallison 
The Healing Spell - Kimberly Griffiths Little 
Wolves, Boys, and Other Things That Might Kill Me - Kristen Chandler


Amy Savage said...

Thanks for posting. I was just thinking and wondering if this list was out. You're the best.

Melissa said...

Thank you! This is a great resource for good reading. Russ just finished The Way of Kings by Brandon Sanderson and I can't begin to tell you much he loved it.

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Stephanie Humphreys said...

Let me know what you think of the books that you end up reading. I have The Way of Kings sitting on my desk right now, and I have to say I'm finding the 1001 pages a little daunting. My daughter pointed out to me that there are a few illustrations, so it is really only about 996 pages. So much better. ;)

Canda said...

It is so exciting to see the books on the Whitney list. I've read a number of them but there are so many good books and too little time. I'll keep at it.

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