Chanticleer Book Reviews is honored to announce the First Place Category Winners for the CHAUCER AWARDS 2014 for Historical Fiction, a division of Chanticleer Blue Ribbon Writing Competitions.
The Chaucer Awards recognize emerging new talent and outstanding works in the genre of historical fiction. The First Place Category Winners will be recognized at the Chanticleer Authors Conference and Awards Gala held in late September 2015.
Chanticleer Reviews is proud to be a literary affiliate of the Historical Novel Society.
The CHAUCER FIRST PLACE 2014 Award Winners are:
- Women’s Fiction: J. L. Oakley for Timber Rose
- Legend: Kevin Allen and Emma Rose Millar for Five Guns Blazing
- Legacy: Michael D. McGranahan for Silver Kings and Sons of Bitches
- Pre-History: Mary S. Black for Peyote Fire
- Ancient History: Rebecca Locklann for The Thinara King
- Roman/Grecian Classical: Elisabeth Storrs for The Golden Dice: A Tale of Ancient Rome
- Middle Ages: Helena P. Schrader for St. Louis’ Knight
- Late Middle Ages: Lilian Gafni for The Alhambra Decree: Flower from Castile
- Elizabethan/Tudor: Syril Levin Kline for Shakespeare’s Changeling: A Fault Against the Dead
- 1600’s: Donna Scott for Shame the Devil (manuscript)
- 1700s & 1800s: Karleene Morrow for Destinies
- Turn of the 19th Century: Ruth Hull Chatlien for The Ambitious Madame Bonaparte
- Twentieth Century: David Brendan Hopes for The One with the Beautiful Necklaces (manuscript)
- World Wars: Gregory Erich Phillips for The Love of Unfinished Years (manuscript)
- Young Adult: Sharon Short for My One Square Inch of Alaska
- U. S. History: J. P. Kenna for Beyond the Divide
- World History: Michelle Rene for I Once Knew Vincent
Congratulations to all of the 2014 Chaucer Finalists! Congratulations to those whose works were selected for First Place Category positions. Good Luck to the Chaucer First Place Category Winners as they compete for the CHAUCER AWARDS 2014 GRAND PRIZE position!
The 1st Place Category Winners compete for the CHAUCER AWARDS 2014 GRAND PRIZE position. The 2014 CHAUCER category winner was announced at the Chanticleer Authors Conference and Awards Gala in September 2015. See the Grand Prize Winners.
- The deadline for The Chaucer Awards 2014 was June 31, 2014.
- The deadline for The Chaucer Awards 2015 is June 31, 2015.
GRAND PRIZE Overall Chaucer Awards Winner from 2013:
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