Tag Archives: 2014 nominations

Introducing Merlin’s Blade

Merlin’s Blade by Robert Treskillard Genre: YA Fantasy Description Merlin’s Greatest Weakness Could Become His Greatest Strength Book One of The Merlin Spiral When a meteorite crashes near a small village in fifth-century Britain, it brings with it a mysterious black … Continue reading

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Introducing Sandstorm

Sandstorm by Steve Rzasa Genre science fiction Description It’s been four months since the city-state of Perch turned away the invading army of its southern rival, Trestleway, and sent the dark forces of the Cythraul packing. Thanks in no small part, … Continue reading

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Introducing Failstate: Legends

Failstate: Legends by John W. Otte Genre young adult speculative fiction Description A young superhero. A legend reborn. And a whole mess of zombies. Failstate (a.k.a., Robin Laughlin) thought his life would get easier after he’d earned his superhero license. But … Continue reading

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Introducing The 2014 Nominations – Storm

Introducing Storm by Evan Angler, middle grade dystopian fantasy, book three of the Swipe series. Continue reading

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Let The Reading Commence

Now that the 2014 CSA nominations are closed, we have several weeks to read books on the list. Remember, to be eligible to vote for the finalists you MUST have read AT LEAST two of the nominations. Continue reading

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Nominations Update Number Two

The list of 2014 nominations, in order of the author’s first name, compiled from those offered here and at Spec Faith, is as follows: Continue reading

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