Short Listers for the ROSSETTI 2017 Book Awards for YA Fiction

Dante Rossetti Awards for YA Fiction

The Dante Rossetti Book Awards recognize emerging new talent and outstanding works of Young Adult Fiction. The Dante Rossetti Book Awards is a division of the Chanticleer Reviews International Book Awards.

The following titles will compete for the FIRST IN CATEGORY Positions and Book Awards Packages for the 2017 Dante Rossetti Book Awards for Young Adult Fiction.

Congratulations to all those who made the SHORT LIST!

The Finalists Authors and Titles of Works that have made it to the highly competitive Short-List (aka The Semi-Finalists) of the ROSSETTI 2017 Book Awards are:

Good Luck to All! 

  • Jean Gill – Fortune Kookie
  • Philip P. Carlisle – The Paradox of Jayne Le Faye
  • Brittany Evans – Unlocking Olympus
  • S.V. Mitchell – The Noble Noggin
  • JL Morin – Nature’s Confession
  • Mario Loomis – Primordium
  • Alex E. Carey – Fire’s Love
  • Richard Mann – Wasted in Waldport
  • DJ Munro – Slave to Fortune
  • Jan Von Schleh – But Not Forever
  • Elise K. Ackers – One for the Road
  • Isaac Fozard – Coalheart
  • Laurel Anne Hill – The Engine Woman’s Light
  • Judith Sanders – Star Finder: The First Book in the Diamond Island Saga
  • Deen Ferrell – Cryptic Spaces: Dark Edge Rising
  • Susan Faw – Soul Sanctuary
  • John A. Vikara – My Lonely Room
  • Kathy L. Greenberg – The Bully Solution
  • Rebekah N. Bryan – Track Two on Repeat 
  • PJ Devlin – Becoming Jonika
  • Lynn Yvonne Moon – The Tower
  • Zoe Kalo – Chameleon
  • Julian North – Age of Order
  • Robert Wright Jr – Ruby Red and the Wolf
  • Dara Lyons – Twinlove

The 2017 Rossetti Short Listers will compete for the Rossetti First-In-Category Positions.  First Place Category Award winners will automatically be entered into the Dante Rossetti GRAND PRIZE AWARD competition.  The CBR Grand Prize Genre Winners will compete for the CBR Overall Grand Prize for Best Book.

All Short Listers will receive high visibility along with special badges to wear during the Chanticleer Authors Conference and Awards Gala.

As always, please do not hesitate to contact us with any questions, concerns, or suggestions at Info@ChantiReviews.com. 

Congratulations to the Short Listers in this fiercely competitive contest! 

Good Luck to each of you as each one of your works compete for the Rossetti Awards  First Class Category Positions. 

The Rossetti Grand Prize Winner and the  First Place Category Position award winners along with all Short Listers in attendance will be announced at the April 21st, 2018 Chanticleer Book Awards Annual Awards Gala, which takes place at the Chanticleer Authors Conference that will be held in Bellingham, Wash. 

Nikki McCormack awarded Dante Rossetti Grand Prize for THE GIRL AND THE CLOCKWORK CAT

Jesikah Sundin – Grand Prize for Dante Rossetti

We are accepting entries into the 2018 Dante Rossetti Book Awards for Young Adult Fiction.

To compete in the 2018 Dante Rossetti Book Awards or for more information, please click here.

Chanticleer Book Reviews & Media, L.L.C. retains the right to not declare “default winners.” Winning works are decided upon merit only. Please visit our Contest Details page for more information about our writing contest guidelines.

CBR’s rigorous writing competition standards are why literary agencies seek out our winning manuscripts and self-published novels. Our high standards are also why our reviews are trusted among booksellers and book distributors.

Please do not hesitate to contact Info@ChantiReviews.com with any questions, concerns, or suggestions about CBR writing competitions. Your input and suggestions are important to us.

Thank you for your interest in Chanticleer Book Reviews International Writing Competitions and Book Awards.

 

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