When my boxes of author copies start piling up like this, it’s time to do a big giveaway! Enter the Rafflecopter below to win one of 8 (that’s right, EIGHT) signed paperback copies of my Andre-Norton-nominated, Oregon Book Award finalist, Jr. Library Guild-selected young adult science fiction novel Exo.
North America only. Contest ends 10/8/18.
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Jade War has a big, bold cover designed by Lisa Marie Pampilio, and those tag lines give me shivers of anticipation. I’ve turned in the manuscript to my editor at Orbit, so look for Book 2 of the Green Bone Saga in summer 2019! More info here on the Orbit Books blog.
I’m going to be part of two stops on Scholastic’s Find Your Story Tour this October, along with Scott Westerfeld, Ally Carter, Elliot Schrefer, Kody Keplinger, Justina Chen, and Sarah Darer Littman. You can find me in San Francisco at Towne Center Books on Oct 22, or in San Diego at Mysterious Galaxy on Oct 23.
Exo has been named an Honor Book in the Young Adult category of the Oregon Spirit Book Award for 2017 by the Oregon Council of Teachers of English. Congratulations to winner Emily Suvada (This Mortal Coil) and fellow honoree Laini Taylor (Strange the Dreamer). This is the second time the OCTE has recognized my work (Zeroboxer won in 2015), and I’m extremely thankful to have the valuable support of state English teachers.
The finalists for the 2018 World Fantasy Awards have been announced and I’m on the ballot twice! Jade City is nominated for Best Novel, and “Old Souls” for Best Short Fiction. Check out all the deserving nominees and their works here. This year’s World Fantasy Convention will take place November 1-4 in Baltimore.
The Canadian Science Fiction and Fantasy Association has announced the 2018 ballot for the Aurora Awards and my work is thrice nominated. Jade City is a finalist for Best Novel, Exo is a finalist for Best YA Novel, and “Old Souls” is up for Best Short Fiction. The Aurora Awards will be voted on by members of the CSFFA and will be presented at VCON 42 in Richmond, BC, Oct 5-7, 2018.
The longlist for the Sunburst Award for Excellence in Canadian Literature of the Fantastic was also announced, and Jade City and Exo are both finalists in their respective categories.
I’m thrilled and honored to have my work recognized in Canada.
Cross Fire is out in the world! I’m extremely proud of how the sequel to Exo turned out, and hope that readers enjoy following Donovan’s story. Here’s a roundup of some recent interviews and posts related to the launch.
Jade City is a finalist for the 2018 Locus Award for Best Fantasy Novel. I’m honored to be recognized alongside so many talented writers and excellent works; check out the entire ballot here. The Locus Awards weekend will take place in Seattle, WA, June 22-24, 2018.
Jade City is a finalist for the 2017 Nebula Award for Best Novel and Exo is a finalist for the Andre Norton Award. I’m honored to be on the ballot with such outstanding authors and works.
The full list of nominees can be found here on the SFWA website. Awards will be presented in May at the Nebula Conference in Pittsburgh.
I’m honored to once again be in the running for the Oregon Book Awards. Exo has been named a finalist the Leslie Bradshaw Award for Young Adult Literature, alongside books by Laini Taylor, Paula Stokes, Kelly Garrett, and Kenn Amdahl. The full list of finalists can be found here. The awards ceremony takes place on April 30th.