Compton Crook Award finalist

Thief of Hope is a finalist for the 2012 Compton Crook Award! It’s awarded at Balticon by the Baltimore Science Fiction Society to the best first novel in fantasy, science fiction, or horror. It’s such an honor to have made it to the final round. I’ll be a participant at Balticon this year. It will be my first con. I’m not really sure what to expect, but it will be fun. I’ll post more info on panels and times once I have it. You don’t really want to fight traffic and go to the beach on Memorial Day weekend, do you? Come to Balticon instead!

And for those who are eagerly awaiting the second book, yes, I’m working hard on it. I’m also working on a prequel for CMP’s new line of ebook novellas, Little Moons. With any luck I’ll get that finished soon!

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About Cindy Young-Turner

Hippie chick who is still hoping to change the world someday. Author of the fantasy novel, Thief of Hope.
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4 Responses to Compton Crook Award finalist

  1. I’m glad not to be the only writer, writing up a storm! Congratulations on the award final by the way!!

  2. Kate Lutter says:

    Everyone at Crescent Moon Press is so proud of you, Cindy!!! Very cool!!

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