The CHAUCER Awards for Pre-1750s Historical Fiction – 2017 Official List of Winners

Pre 1750 Historical Fiction AwardWe are excited and honored to officially announce the Grand Prize Winner and the First Place Category Winners for the 2017 CHAUCER Book Awards for Pre-1750  Historical Fiction Novels at the fifth annual Chanticleer Authors Conference and Chanticleer Book Awards Ceremony. This year’s ceremony and banquet were held on Saturday, April 21st, 2018 at the Hotel Bellwether by beautiful Bellingham Bay, Wash.

We want to thank all of those who entered and participated in the  2017 Chaucer Book Awards, a division of the Chanticleer  International Book Awards.

When we receive the digital photographs from the Official CAC18 photographer, we will post them here and on the complete announcement that will list all the genres and the Overall Grand Prize Winner for the 2017 Chanticleer International Book Awards. Please check back!

Click here for the link to the 2017 CHAUCER Shortlisters! An email will go out within three weeks to all Shortlisters with links to digital badges and how to order Shortlister stickers.

Congratulations to the 2017 CHAUCER SHORTLISTERS!

Janet Oakley, the author of the 2016 GOETHE Grand Prize Winner, The JØSSING AFFAIR,  announced the First Place Award Winners and the Grand Prize Winner for the 2017 Chaucer Book Awards at the Chanticleer Awards Banquet and Ceremony.

Congratulations to the First Place Category Winners of the 2017  CHAUCER  Book Awards. 

An email will go out to all First Place Category Winners and Grand Prize Winners with more information, the timing of awarded reviews, links to digital badges, and more by May 21st, 2018 (four weeks after the awards ceremony). Please look for it.

2017 CHAUCER Book Awards First in Category Winners for pre-1750s Historical Fiction Novels are:

  • The  Serpent and the Eagle by Edward Rickford
  • Slave to Fortune by DJ Munro
  • The Traitor’s Noose by Catherine A Wilson and Catherine T Wilson
  • Feast of Sorrow: A Novel of Ancient Rome by Crystal King
  • Call to Juno: A Tale of Ancient Rome  by Elisabeth Storrs
  • The Chatelaine of Montaillou by Susan E Kaberry
  • Guillaume: Book Two of The Triptych Chronicle by Prue Batten         

 And now for the 2017 CHAUCER Grand Prize Book Award Winner for pre-1750 Historical Fiction Novels:

The Traitor’s Noose: Lions and Lilies Book 4

by Catherine A. Wilson and Catherine T. Wilson

 

 

 

This post will be updated with photos from the awards ceremony. Please do visit it again!

The deadline to submit to the 2018 Chaucer Book Awards is June 30, 2018.

Our next Chanticleer International Book Awards Banquet will be held on Saturday, April 20th, 2019, for the 2018 winners. Enter your book or manuscript in a contest today!

2018-05-02T14:24:55+00:00 By |

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