RESULTS UPDATE: The votes are in, and we’re thrilled to announce that Grady Hendrix’s THE FINAL GIRL SUPPORT GROUP has won for Best Horror!
Grady locked his victory with over 45,000 votes from Goodreads users, even beating out the horror heavy hitter, Stephen King. This is the second year in a row one of Grady’s books has been nominated for this category, with last year’s SOUTHERN BOOK CLUB’S GUIDE TO SLAYING VAMPIRES winning 3rd place.
Goodreads writes: “Author Grady Hendrix has carved out his own unique domain in horror by playing around with the genre’s blurry edges and recurring tropes. His latest novel—and winner of this year’s Best Horror award—considers the scary movie concept of the final girl, the one victim who fights back, defeats the killer, and lives to see another day. Hendrix’s open question: What if some of these women got together?”
Huge congratulations, Grady! And thank you to everyone who voted for him and our other authors in the 2021 Goodreads Choice Awards!
UPDATE: Grady Hendrix’s THE FINAL GIRL SUPPORT GROUP is a Goodreads Choice Award finalist!
Thank you so much to those who voted for our authors in the semifinals — your support is much appreciated!
It’s that time of year again! Goodreads is hosting their annual Choice Awards, where readers select their favorite books that have come out in the year for each category, ranging across all genres. This year for the 13th Annual Goodreads Choice Awards, we have three client books up for three different categories in the opening round!
*drum roll* And the nominees are:
- Grady Hendrix, THE FINAL GIRL SUPPORT GROUP: Best Horror Book
- Brandon Sanderson and Vault Comics, DARK ONE, VOL. ONE: Best Graphic Novel/Comic
- Justina Ireland, OPHIE’S GHOSTS: Best Middle-Grade/Children’s Book
The opening round ends November 28th, so be sure to vote here on Goodreads so they make it to the final round!