PROVO — Dan Wells' novel "I Don't Want to Kill You" won the 2011 Whitney Award for Best Novel of the Year at the LDStorymakers banquet on May 5.
Thirty-five Mormon novelists were nominated as finalists in seven categories for the 2011 Whitney Awards.
Other winners include:
Best Novel by a New Author and
Best Novel by a New Author andBest Youth Fiction – General: "With a Name Like Love," by Tess Hilmo
Best General Fiction: "Before I Say Goodbye" by Rachel Ann Nunes
Best Historical: "Letters in the Jade Dragon Box" by Gale Sears
Best Romance: "Borrowed Light," by Carla Kelly
Best Mystery/Suspense: "Rearview Mirror," by Stephanie Black
Best Youth Fiction – Speculative: "Variant," by Robison Wells
Best Speculative Fiction: "The Alloy of Law: A Mistborn Novel," by Brandon Sanderson
Jack Weyland and Douglas Thayer were honored as Achievement Winners.
Winners were selected by members of the Whitney Academy, including members of LDStorymakers and other industry professionals. See whitneyawards.com for information. Named after Elder Orson F. Whitney, the Whitneys are an awards program for novels written by authors who are members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
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