Saturday, 31 March 2018

The Drunken Druid's 

2017 Book of the Year 

And The Winner Is: 

Song by  Jesse Teller .

No holds barred fantasy. When some of the darkest minds in Perilisc attack Mending Keep, releasing all its prisoners, the King comes under attack. But when magic and mystery take hold, we're left wondering: who is hunting who?




In  2nd  place is 
The Breaking by Daniel Greene.

The Breaking, transports us to a near future composed of death, honor, destruction and hope as the United States falls and lives crumble before a devastating zombie virus.




In  3rd place is
 A Better Place To Be by David Wind.

A story about life -- and what goes with it.





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Wednesday, 21 March 2018

The 2017 
Drunken Druid's Book Award 
Short-List 
(Listed in alphabetical order)


by David Wind 



by Donna Steele



   by Christy Nicholas



4. Ismark
by JH Lillevik



by David Price



by Jodi Ann Fahey



7. Room 11
by Mari Reiza 



8. Song
by Jesse Teller




by Daniel Greene




by Christy Nicholas




The winner will be announced 
March 31st 2018.

www.drunkendruidawards.com



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Friday, 31 March 2017

The Drunken Druid's 

2016 Book of the Year 

And The Winner Is: 

"Goddess" by  R.J. Castille.

In reality, Leila is a normal woman with everyday problems. In her fantasy world, she rules with an iron fist and it begs for her mercy. Then one faithful night her two worlds collide.




In  2nd  place is 
"They'll Call It Treason" by Jordon Greene.

When one crucial moment turns FBI Agent Ethan Shaw into a fugitive, he finds himself fighting back against the country he swore to protect. Framed for a crime he did not commit, Ethan will risk everything to prove his innocence and protect the ones he loves - but the truth he will uncover poses a far deeper threat.




In  3rd place is
 "Repent at Leisure" by Stevie Turner.

A gripping psychological thriller from author Stevie Turner. It tells the tale of a man who wakes up to find a mysterious woman in his bed. With no memory of how she got there, she worms her way into his flat and eventually moves into his life. But this decision will cost her everything.





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Tuesday, 21 March 2017


The 2016 
Drunken Druid's Book Award 
Short-List 
(Listed in alphabetical order)


by Kerry Alan Denney 



by Debra Shiveley Welch



by R.J. Castille



by Joseph Roccasalva



by Christy Nicholas



6. Liefdom
by Jesse Teller 



by J.Z.N. McCauley



by Stevie Turner




by Miranda Brock




by Jordan Greene




The winner will be announced 
March 31st 2017.

www.drunkendruidawards.com



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Thursday, 31 March 2016

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The Drunken Druid's 

2015 Book of the Year 

And The Winner Is: 

"Hannahwhere" by  John McIlveen.

An emotionally complex mystery - Hannahwhere is both frightening and heartbreaking. The magic within the covers will leave many in wonder, and others with a tear in their eye.




In  2nd  place is 
"The Treasure of Gwenlais" by M.T. Magee.

A story that takes readers into a wonderful fantasy world that you won't want to leave.




In  3rd place is
 "Love and Happiness" by Ben Burgess Jr.

A story that is brutally honest when dealing with a real marriage that faces real challenges.





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Monday, 21 March 2016

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The 2015 
Drunken Druid's Book Award 
Short-List 
(Listed in alphabetical order)


by David Sakmyster 



by Ajay Yadav



by John McIlveen



by Ben Burgess Jr



by CS DeWildt



by Barbara J. Rebbeck 



by Tim Speer



by N.W. Moors


by M.T. Magee




by Anthony Caplan




The winner will be announced 
March 31st 2016.



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Tuesday, 31 March 2015

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The Drunken Druid's 

2014 Book of the Year 



And The Winner Is  !! 


Ruthie Morgan author of "Skylark

Emotionally gripping and darkly humorous - Skylark is an unconventional love story. A novel about what we do for love, of beauty in imperfection, betrayal and the weight of obsession.







In  2nd  place is "Soulsnatcher" by Kerry Alan Denney

A fast paced character driven story following a group called the Guardians,
 who protect children from the "Soulsnatcher"




In  3rd  place is "Twisted" by Lola Smirnova . 

A story that is brutally honest when dealing with the world of the flesh trade. 
Every page is filled with emotion & every chapter is searching for hope.






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