The International Association of Media Tie-In Writers has named its nominees for the 2014 Scribe Awards, and I am pleased to report that Star Wars: Kenobi has been nominated in the category for best original novel set in a speculative tie-in universe. It’s a great list of books and short stories by a wonderful slate of authors, and it’s an honor to be included.
The 2014 Scribe Nominees (thanks to fellow nominee Dayton Ward for the full list):
47 Ronin by Joan D. Vinge
Man of Steel by Greg Cox
Pacific Rim by Alex Irvine
General Novel Original
The Executioner: Sleeping Dragons by Michael A. Black
Leverage: The Bestseller Job by Greg Cox
Leverage: The Zoo Job by Keith R. A. DeCandido
Mr. Monk Helps Himself by Hy Conrad
Murder She Wrote: Close-Up on Murder by Donald Bain
Speculative Novel Original
Fringe: The Zodiac Paradox by Christa Faust
Star Trek: From History’s Shadow by Dayton Ward
Star Wars: Kenobi by John Jackson Miller
Supernatural: Fresh Meat by Alice Henderson
Supernatural: The Roads not Taken by Tim Waggoner
“The Dark Hollows of Memory” by David Annandale
“Locks and Keys” by Jennifer Brozek
“Mirror Image” by Christine M. Thompson
“Redemption” by Robert Greenberger
“Savior” by Michael Jan Friedman
“So Long, Chief” by Max Allan Collins and Mickey Spillane
Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs 2 by Stacia Deutsch
The Croods by Tracey West
Kevin by Paul Kupperberg
Blake’s 7: The Armageddon Storm by Cavan Scott and Mark Wright
Dark Shadows – 33. The Phantom Bride by Mark Thomas Passmore
Dark Shadows – 37. The Flip Side by Cody Quijano-Schell
This is my second nomination, following Star Wars: Knight Errant a couple of years ago—and it is, again, an honor to be included. The presentation is at Comic-Con International: San Diego this summer. Congrats to all the nominees!
In other news — did I just go the whole month of March with no blog posts? Yes, I did — although during the time since my last posting I worked by tail off on projects yet to be announced, ran down to Memphis for an event at the Hernando Public Library and Midsouthcon for a big slate of panels, and then this past weekend attended the anniversary celebration at Galaxy Comics, Games, and More in Wisconsin. Check out my Facebook and Twitter feeds for photos — and for news of what I have coming up, once it can be reported. I also hope to have notes up on Star Trek: Titan – Absent Enemies before too long.
In the meantime, back to work!