Saturday, January 2, 2010

The Dust of 100 Dogs made the Cybils Shortlist!

I'm stoked to tell you that The Dust of 100 Dogs is a finalist in the Cybils Award category of Young Adult Fantasy & Science Fiction! We're still fairly speechless here! The Cybils website describes their award like this:
[The Cybils] reward the children’s and young adult authors (and illustrators, let’s not forget them) whose books combine the highest literary merit and "kid appeal." What’s that mean? If some la-di-dah awards can be compared to brussel sprouts, and other, more populist ones to gummy bears, we’re thinking more like organic chicken nuggets. We’re yummy and nutritious.
Congratulations to D100D's fellow finalists--Laini Taylor's LIPS TOUCH, Sarah Rees Brennan's THE DEMON'S LEXICON, Pam Bachorz's CANDOR, Kristin Cashore's FIRE, Antonia Michaelis's TIGER MOON and Kathleen Duey's SACRED SCARS.
Telegram to Cybils: Dear Cybils, STOP Thank you so much! STOP Love, Amy STOP

5 comments:

Carrie said...

Congrats!! It's well-deserved and you are in the perfect company. Enjoy it!

Pam Bachorz said...

CONGRATS Amy! Honored to be listmates with you.

A.S. King said...

Thanks Carrie! I appreciate it!

And yes, Pam, I am also honored. :) Congratulations right back.

SheWunders said...

When voting went down for Cybils I rushed right over to nominate D100D, but LISA McMANN beat me to it!

I'm so very happy it made the short list. I had a feeling it would. Congratulations!

I'm looking winners on Valentines day and I'm crossing my fingers for you!

A.S. King said...

Hey SheWunders! Thanks for the kind words. Your enthusiasm is appreciated!