Dante Rossetti Awards for YA FictionThe Dante Rossetti Book Awards recognize emerging new talent and outstanding works of Young Adult Fiction. The Dante Rossetti Book Awards is a division of the Chanticleer Reviews International Book Awards.

The following titles and their authors have made it past the initial “Slush-Pile Rounds” and will compete in the next rounds to see which titles will  be Short Listed for the 2017  Dante Rossetti  Book Awards.

Good Luck to All! 

  • Susan Faw – Soul Sanctuary
  • Philip P. Carlisle – The Paradox of Jayne Le Faye
  • Brittany Evans – Unlocking Olympus
  • S.V. Mitchell – The Noble Noggin
  • JL Morin – Nature’s Confession
  • Alex E. Carey – Fire’s Love
  • Richard Mann – Wasted in Waldport
  • Jan Von Schleh – But Not Forever
  • Mario Loomis – Primordium
  • Elise K. Ackers – One for the Road
  • John Foley – One For The Team
  • Isaac Fozard – Coalheart
  • Tim Lee – High Heels and Horsepower
  • Jean Gill – Fortune Kookie
  • Laurel Anne Hill – The Engine Woman’s Light
  • Judith Sanders – Star Finder: The First Book in the Diamond Island Saga
  • Deen Ferrell – Cryptic Spaces: Dark Edge Rising
  • Gregory Saur – Panterror!: The Epic Babysitting Adventures of Rachel Pugsley 
  • Anne Donaghy – Raven, Tell A Story
  • John A. Vikara – My Lonely Room
  • Kathy L. Greenberg – The Bully Solution
  • Edward Stanton – Wide as the Wind
  • Rebekah N. Bryan – Track Two on Repeat 
  • PJ Devlin – Becoming Jonika
  • Taylor Caley – Ice Cold – Part One: The Dark Zone
  • J. L. Skirvin – Snow Now Sizzling in Soleil 
  • Lynn Yvonne Moon – The Tower
  • Zoe Kalo – Chameleon
  • Lynette Cabrera – Just For Now
  • Samantha Crouch – Onyx
  • Julian North – Age of Order
  • Brittany Evans – Unlocking Olympus
  • Alisse Lee Goldenberg – The City of Arches
  • Robert Wright Jr – Ruby Red and the Wolf
  • Dara Lyons – Twinlove
  • Robert D. Calkins – Digger
  • Michelle Rowe – Emma Beware

These titles will compete to be SHORT LISTED in the next rounds.

We are accepting entries into the 2018 Dante Rossetti Book Awards for Young Adult Fiction.

To compete in the 2018 Dante Rossetti Book Awards or for more information, please click here.

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