GRAND RAPIDS, MI --
On May 31, 2023, the Blue Ridge Mountains Christian Writers Conference announced the winners for their annual Selah Awards. Seven Kregel titles were named in this announcement.
(Dr. Saundra Dalton-Smith and Lori Stanley Roeleveld) is the first-place winner in General Nonfiction, Death to Deconstruction
(Joshua S. Porter) the first-place winner in Christian Life, and The Songs That Could Have Been
(Amanda Wen) the first-place winner in Historical Romance.
Second-place winners include When Stone Wings Fly
(Karen Barnett) in General Fiction and Circle of Vengeance
(Ramona Richards) in Mystery/Suspense.
(Christie Thomas) won third place in Children's Literature.
Circle of Vengeance
(Ramona Richards) also won first place in the Director's Choice Award for Romantic Suspense/Suspense/Mystery, and On Purpose
(Julie Zine Coleman) won first place in the Director's Choice Award for Christian Life. Colorful Connections
(Dr. Saundra Dalton-Smith and Lori Stanley Roeleveld) won second place in the Director's Choice Award for Christian Life.
Kregel is pleased to congratulate all these winners. Blue Ridge's full press release can be viewed here.
The mission of the Blue Ridge Mountains Christian Writers Conference is to inspire writers to connect with God, other writers, and industry professionals as they embrace their calling with excellence. The Selah Awards open each year and accept books that were published within the last calendar year, from January to December, and include books published traditionally and nontraditionally.
Kregel Publications is an evangelical Christian publisher that aims to develop and distribute--with integrity and excellence--trusted, biblically based resources that lead individuals to know and serve Jesus Christ.