Monday, 14 December 2009

RNA Romantic Novel of the Year Award 2010


The Romantic Novelist's Association have announced their longlist for the Romantic Novel of the Year Award 2010 with the winner being awarded this beautiful trophy.

The complete longlist are as follows:

The Very Thought of You by Rosie Alison - Alma Books
Passion by Louise Bagshawe - Headline Review
Beachcombing by Maggie Dana - Pan Macmillan
Fairytale of New York by Miranda Dickinson - Avon (Harper Collins)
Lost Dogs and Lonely Hearts by Lucy Dillon - Hodder & Stoughton
A Single to Rome by Sarah Duncan - Headline Review
A Mother's Hope by Katie Flynn - Arrow (Random Hse)
A Glimpse at Happiness by Jean Fullerton - Orion
10 Reasons Not to Fall in Love by Linda Green - Headline Review
Marriage and Other Games by Veronica Henry - Orion
The Glass Painter's Daughter by Rachel Hore - Simon & Schuster
It's the Little Things by Erica James - Orion
I Heart New York by Lindsey Kelk - Harper
The Heart of the Night by Judith Lennox - Headline Review
The Italian Matchmaker by Santa Montefiore - Hodder & Stoughton
The Summer House by Mary Nichols - Allison & Busby
One Thing Led to Another by Katy Regan - Harper
The Last Song by Nicholas Sparks - Little Brown (Sphere)
Last Christmas by Julia Williams - Avon (Harper Collins)
The Hidden Dance by Susan Wooldridge - Allison & Busby

The shortlist of six novels will be announced on 11 February 2010 with the winner being announced at the Award Luncheon at the Royal Garden Hotel in Kensington on Tuesday, March 16th 2010.

So, if you're trying to think of a good book to add to your TBR pile, how about one or more of the above. I know I've added a few to my wish list.

13 comments:

Flowerpot said...

I havent read any of those so plenty to choose from!

ChrisH said...

Oh, lots to check out there, Debs.

Carol said...

OMG, more books that I want to read but won't be able to till I actually have a life again *sigh*

Never mind, I know this post is here so will be back to visit in the summer of 2010 when I intend to spend at least a month reading!!

C x

LilyS said...

Oooh I can see my tbr list getting a lot longer in 2010. Thanks for posting :)

Suzanne Jones said...

I've got a couple of those on my wish list, too, Debs.

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Amanda said...

My list of to be read just got longer - thanks Debs.

Fionnuala Kearney said...

Crikey, what a list! Note to self - amend xmas book list and make it twice as long!
I'm actually thinking of joining the RNA but have to waint until January? Fx

Kaye Manro said...

Thanks for the list, Debs!

Karen said...

I will not look at book list, I will not ... too late. Sigh.

I'll bear them in mind for when my pile reduces a little :o)

Leigh Russell said...

Looks like a great list. And you're right. What a lovely trophy. I've just posted on the Curzon blog (15th December)

CC Devine said...

My TBR pile will topple over if I add all of those. Oooh, but impossible not to add them! Thanks Debs!

Debs said...

I've read some and have added a few others to another order, but I'm going to have to stop buying for a bit (at some point) as I'm running out of places to keep these books.

Lawrance Fernandes said...

Even i have read few book among the list and plan to buy some more.

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