Bright of Sky wins an ALA Award

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Very cool new honor from the American Library Association!

Bright of the Sky has just been named one of top five 2007 novels for science fiction.
Others were: In War Time, Kathleen Ann Goonan (first place); Brasyl, Thirteen, Richard Morgan; The Last Colony, John Scalzi.
For complete list of genre winners see here.

6 Responses

  1. Anonymous says:


    Awesome Kay! You’re winning everything! Do you have room for all of these trophies?

  2. Kay says:

    Re: Winner!

    I’m clearing the decks. And, actually, waiting for at least One real live trophy. Louise Marley, for instance, has one hanging on her living room wall, which I think is totally unfair.

  3. lmarley says:

    Omigod. You’ll be unbearable.

    Heartfelt congratulations, twin! This so totally rocks, I can’t stand it. I hereby decree no more whining.

  4. lmarley says:

    Re: Winner!

    Wrong. I have two.

  5. Kay says:

    Re: Winner!

    Well, who counts?
    (TWO? Dang.)

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