Tuesday, February 28, 2006

Booklist Editors' Choice 2005

It's official. My editor sent me the magazine with the announcement. The American edition of The Hunter's Moon has made it to the ALA's Booklist Editors' Choice list for 2005. Yahoo.

Nope, I didn't get to the top of the list, but there are three more books to go in this series, so who knows.

4 comments:

Erik Buchanan said...

Congratulations!

I, too, am supposed to be working, but I wanted to check out your blog(s).

I've added your website to my links on my blog. I don't get a lot of traffic, just yet, but the more publicity, the better.

If you don't mind, I'd like to add it to my links page on my website as well.

Once again, Congrats!

OR Melling said...

Thanks, Erik, and I'm very happy to be linked! I'll link you on my website also -- under what I plan to call "Magical People". I'm in the process of putting a list together for my webmaster. Good luck with your work. Who knows, we may cross paths in TO one day. Have you looked into CANSCAIP? A great group of people!

Erik Buchanan said...

I have not looked into CANSCAIP...

Now I have.

Looks good. My work is not generally for children, but I will keep them in mind.

Post when you're next in Toronto, and maybe we'll get a chance to meet. I'm hoping to get to Ad Astra this summer, and hoping to get my publisher to set up a table, but we'll see.

Pomona said...

Congratulations! Good old American Library Association. They ought to know quality work when they see it.