Willow Award nomination, Transférés, and my next book

I am terrible at updating this blog. At least that means when I get around to it, I have lots of news to share.

Transferral was just nominated for a Willow Award! A Snow Willow Award, to be precise. The Willow Awards are a wonderful young readers’ choice award program in Saskatchewan.  Ten books are nominated in each age group (Snow Willow is for grades 7-9), and the readers vote on their favourite.

I am in excellent company, along with several friends and their fantastic books, including Icarus Down by James Bow (which is next on my shamefully behind to-read list), a favourite of my childrens’, If I Had a Gryphon by Vikki VanSickle, and the identity-affirming French Toast by Kari-Lynn Winters.

My book is also coming out in France next week! It’s up on Michel Lafon’s website, and has a fantastic cover. Am looking forward to trying to read it with my limited French when my author’s copies arrive.


And I have another book coming out in the autumn, from the wonderful people at DCB. More to come on that in another post. Watch this space. (That’s a pun. Because it’s set in space).

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4 Responses to Willow Award nomination, Transférés, and my next book

  1. congratulations on your wonderful news for transferral, kate! i look forward to the next one with great anticipation!

  2. Elsa Lévesque says:

    Isabelle transferral part of à serie ?

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