Best Fiction for Young Adults 2011

Alas and alack, SUSPECT did not win through to the final list of 99 titles.  But then, I didn’t really expect it to.  A quick tour through the nominations assured me back in November that my book was quite light  by comparison without having the high concept of something like Natalie Standiford’s CONFESSION OF THE SULLIVAN SISTERS.  But I still feel like I’m in wonderful company since Richard Peck and Robin McKinley didn’t make the final cut either. I was delighted, however, to see the most recent fantasies by Megan Whalen Turner and Elizabeth Bunce on the list.

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2 Responses to “Best Fiction for Young Adults 2011”

  1. Natalie Aguirre Says:

    But it’s cool that you made it as far as you did. I’m glad Megan Whalen Turner and Elizabeth Bunce made it. I love especially Megan’s books.

  2. kristinwoldennitz Says:

    Yes. As you probably guessed, they’re two of my favorites, too.

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