I have been a proud member of the Pacific Northwest Writer's Association for years now, so it gives me great pride to announce that THE REVENANT OF THRAXTON HALL is a finalist in the PNWA's yearly Nancy Pearl Award. Yippee!
Named for Seattle's beloved librarian and literary critic, the award recognises novels published by PNWA members. The winners will be announced at the PNWA's annual conference in July. But, sad to say, unless someone mails me a plane ticket, I won't be attending.
However, if you are lucky enough to attend this most excellent annual writer's conference, you will be able to purchase copies of my novels in the book store.