Lambda Awards and Reaching Home

Murder and MayhemI was sitting in the Houston airport with very little sleep and too little coffee. Opening email and discovered I have become a Lambda finalist for Murder and Mayhem under the Gay Mystery category.

Chuffed is a word that came to mind. So did sleep but you know you’re excited when one of the most singular honours bestowed to you is fighting off a bone-weary tired.

It’s an incredible thing to discover Murder and Mayhem is in consideration of that honour. AND I would also like to congratulate everyone who made the finalist list and a special shout out to my fellow DSP / DSPP authors John Inman and Brad Boney!

I have to thank Elizabeth North, Lynn West, Grace M. whose name I would botch spelling because I’m brain dead along with the rest of the editing team and all of DSP as well as a loving shout out to Greg Tremblay who took Murder and Mayhem into a wonderful audiobook. It is a group effort. Everything I write is held up by a fantastic team. I am so so so so so thankful to the readers as well. Because you all rock.

Thank you all and it is honour to be named with this year’s illustrious group.

20 thoughts on “Lambda Awards and Reaching Home

  1. Amy Darling

    How exciting. Congratulations! You deserve it because that book and the audio were phenomenal.

  2. jenf27

    Big Congratulations! And well deserved. I loved Murder and Mayhem and look forward to the next one.

  3. edga

    Wow. You really deserve this. I’m always saying that you’re one the most underrated authors out there. So pleased for you πŸ˜€

  4. This is not a surprise to me, this book was great, and the audio is so good I listen to it when I can’t find anything else to listen, always my backup. Can’t wait for a next in this series. And a very loud “You Go Girl” from all of us here in Minnesota.

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