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Paranormal Romance Rita Finalists, 2016 March 23, 2017

Posted by Laurie A. Green in Uncategorized.
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Ed Hoornaert (Mr. Valentine)

The Romance Writers of America have announced the finalists in the 2016 Rita contest for best romance writing of the year. Congratulations to all the finalists!

You can see the full list of finalists here, but as an author of science fiction romance, I’d like to focus on the Paranormal Romance category (which is where RWA pigeonholes SFR).

Here are the PNR finalists. After the list, I note a few observations.

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Bayou Shadow Hunter by Debbie Herbert

Harlequin, Nocturne

Ann Leslie Tuttle, Editor

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The Beast by J R Ward

New American Library

Kara Welsh, editor

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The Champion of Barésh by Susan Grant

Self-published

Mary Moran, editor

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Enchanted Warrior by Sharon Ashwood

Harlequin, Nocturne

Ann Leslie Tuttle, editor

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Ghost Gifts
 by Laura Spinella

Montlake Publishing

Alison Dasho, editor

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The Leopard King by Ann Aguirre

Self-published

Sasha Knight, editor

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