Friday, March 27, 2009

Stephanie Meyer is Up For A British Book Award

Click above to be taken to the Voting Site

Stephanie is up for Borders Author of the Year and Children's Book of the Year

Vote for your favourite books and authors of the year and win £200 of National Book Tokens

BOOK lovers everywhere are in eager anticipation to see who will triumph in the battle for the best books of the year. The shortlists for this year’s Galaxy British Book Awards, to be shown on Watch TV on Sunday 5th April, provide much food for thought. Will the leader of the free world be the Author of the Year? Will Dawn French trump Paul O’Grady to win Biography of the Year? Who is the most popular fiction author, Marian Keyes or Cecelia Ahern? And who will win the prestigious Richard and Judy Best Read of the Year Award?

The Galaxy Book of the year will be determined by an elite and bi-partisan chapter of the Academy of the British Book Industry during the week beginning 30th March 2009. The shortlist for this award is made up from the elected winners of the following categories: Borders Author of the Year
Waterstone's New Writer of the Year
BooksDirect Crime Thriller of the Year Popular Non-Fiction Book of the Year
Sainsbury’s Popular Fiction Book of the Year
Tesco Biography of the Year.

Help make these decisions by voting for your favourite books and authors of the year now, and you could win £200 of Book Tokens too.

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