Sunday, July 26, 2009

KY Writers Nominated for ACFW Awards

The results are in on the Daphne Du Maurier award for which Virginia Smith's A Taste of Murder was nominated. See previous post here.

Smith didn't win that one, but she's been nominated for another prestigious award. This time, it's the American Christian Fiction Writers awards. Virginia's Stuck in the Middle is nominated in the Long Contemporary category. See details on her blog here.

Another central Kentucky writer is also up for the same award in the same category. Ann H. Gabhart of Lexington is nominated for her inspirational fiction work, Summer of Joy. Learn more about Gabhart on her website.

Winners will be announced at the ACFW meeting in September. We'll keep you posted.

1 comment:

Ann H. Gabhart said...

Thanks for the mention. Ginny and I are both honored to be finalists and we'll be cheering no matter which book wins. I hope to be able to be part of the Kentucky Christian Writers Conference next year. I know I'd enjoy meeting so many Kentucky writers who are wanting to make sure the Good News is part of their writing.