GOETHE Book Awards for post-1750 Historical Fiction – the 2016 FINALISTS

2017-01-31T19:05:50+00:00By |

The Goethe Novel Writing Competition recognizes emerging new talent and outstanding works in the genre of post-1750s Historical Fiction. The Goethe Awards is a division of Chanticleer International Novel Writing Competitions. More than $30,000.00 dollars worth of cash and prizes are awarded to Chanticleer Book Reviews 2016 writing competition winners at the Chanticleer Authors Conference April 1, 2017! Because we received an unprecedented amount of entries for the 2015 Chaucer Awards we divided the writing competition into two separate awards for 2016: The Chaucer Awards for pre-1750's historical fiction and the Goethe Awards for post-1750 historical fiction.  We have moved entries that are post 1750 to the 2016 Goethe Awards tracking and judging rounds. This is the Official Finalists List of the Authors and Titles of the Goethe 2016 Novel Writing Contest. The Goethe Awards FIRST IN CATEGORY sub-genres are: Regency, Victorian, 1700s/1800s, Turn of the Century, 20th Century, World Wars and Other Wars, World/International History post-1750, and U.S. History. The following titles will compete for the SHORT LIST (Semi-Finalists): Rich DiSilvio - My Nazi Nemesis Lars D. H. Hedbor - The Darkness: Tales From a Revolution - Maine Anthony Cunningham - Skyesong Sandra Perez Gluschankoff - Franzisca's Box S. Thomas Bailey - Blind Faith-The Gauntlet Runner Emma Rose Millar & Miriam Drori - The Women Friends: Selina Michael Sheahan - The Sean J.P. Kenna - Lost Utopia Brigitte Goldstein - Death of a Diva--From Berlin to Broadway C.T. Wells - The Kingdom of the Air Joe Vitovec [...]

The M&Ms, Chanticleer’s Mystery & Mayhem Novel Contest & Book Awards Official Finalist List for 2016

2017-01-20T18:47:33+00:00By |

Chanticleer Book Reviews is looking for the best books featuring "mystery and mayhem", amateur sleuthing, light suspense, travel mystery, classic mystery, British cozy, hobby sleuths, senior sleuths, or historical mystery, perhaps with a touch of romance or humor. We have put the entries to the test and these are the titles that have made the first cut to the SHORT LIST.