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As y’all know, I really do think Vikings should have ruled the world.
TOM 2010 Finalists
Central Florida Romance Writers is pleased to announce the finalists in the
2010 Touch of Magic contest. Thanks to all the entrants, and to all the
judges whose hard work make this contest a success every year. The list is
in alpha order-we’ll announce placements in June after the final round of
- Jennifer Beane: Promises
- Sue Webb: Scenting Scandal
- Kayla Westra: Lady Knight
Novel with Strong Romantic Elements finalists
- Dawna Rand: Odin’s End
- Bobbye Terry: Coming to Climax
- Sandra Tilley: Call Me Cinderella
- Tamara Hughes: Bewitching the Beast
- Christal Murphy: Awaken the Dragon
- Dawn Wolzein, w/a Dawn Marie Hamilton: Sea Panther
Romantic Suspense finalists
- Jan Jackson: Runaway
- Jean Mason: Buried in Plain Sight
- Anna Sugden: Past, Imperfect
Short Contemporary finalists
- Dani Collins: His Majesty’s Inappropriate Mistress
- Brenda Hammond: Owe My Love
- Cindy Taylor: A Family of Her Own
Single Title finalists
- Stephanie Faris: The Get Him System
- Dale Mayer: Hide-n-Go Seek
- Robin Weaver: Book Learning
Young Adult finalists
- Peter Andrews: Dream Crafters
- Tracy St. Hilaire: Fifteen Forever
- Bec Sampson: Alli’s Playground
For those who’ve been following, you know that Odin’s End had won 1st place in its category – Mainstream With Strong Romantic Elements – in the Indiana Golden Opportunity 2009 contest. It went on to compete with the winners from the six categories for the title of “Best of the Best”
Paige Wheeler of Folio Literary Management was the category judge – and she requested the full manuscript. (Yay!)
Just got word that, while Odin’s End did not win the title of “Best of the Best” that it did receive another request for a full manuscript by Meredith Giordan of Berkley Publishing Group.
So – barbarian hotness does it again!
I’m dying of curiosity to see who did win – and I hope I can find an excerpt of their stuff somewhere! I got in touch with both Cathryn Pritchard and Barbara Binns (the 2nd and 3rd place winners in the MWSRE category), and they’re lovely and talented ladies, as you might guess.
Again, many thanks to all my readers – like Pat and Aelle – who put up with me and my fascination with barbarian hotness. And to Diana Cosby and the many lovely folks at DARA who are supportive of all of us struggling scribblers. Hugs, y’all!
Just got news that Odin’s End won first place in its category, Mainstream with Strong Romantic Elements, in Indiana’s Golden Opportunity 2009 contest!!! And the judge, Paige Wheeler, of Folio Literary Management, requested a full!
It now goes on to the Best of the Best competition, but I have to say, it’s already exceeded my wildest expectations!!!
Many thanks to my critique partners who read my stuff and endure despite the pain. Much LUV!!!!
I’ll post the formal results when they become available.