Awards

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Orion Win Two Awards

Orion have won two awards at the National Book Awards
SOME KIND OF FAIRY TALE WINS BEST NOVEL

Graham Joyce Wins British Fantasy Award

Graham Joyce received a standing ovation at the 1,000-strong awards ceremony of the World Fantasy Convention in Brighton on Sunday 2nd November 2013, after picking up the Best Fantasy Novel Award for an unprecedented sixth time in his career.
Gods and Beasts Wins Mina the Title for the Second Year in a Row

NEWS: Denise Mina wins Theakstons Old Peculier Crime Novel of the Year Award for 2013

Critically acclaimed crime author Denise Mina has won the Theakstons Crime Novel of the Year 2013 for her novel Gods and Beasts. She is the only author to ever have won the award two years running.
Previously Shortlisted Along with ELEANOR & PARK

NEWS: Where'd You Go Bernadette by Maria Semple Awarded 2013 Melissa Nathan Award for Fiction

We're delighted to announce that Maria Semple's brilliant Where'd You Go, Bernadette has beaten a strong shortlist to win The Melissa Nathan Award for Fiction 2013.
CrimeFest Awards

NEWS: Ian Rankin Awarded the Audible Sounds of Crime Award

Ian Rankin was awarded the Audible Sounds of Crime Award at the CrimeFest Awards Gala Dinner on Saturday. The award, given to the best crime audiobook published in both print and audio in 2012, was made for the audiobook of Standing In Another Man's Grave (Orion Audio), read by James MacPherson who shares the prize with Rankin.
Rick Broadbent's compelling book about the Isle of Man TT

NEWS: That Near Death Thing by Rick Broadbent wins British Sports Book Award for Motorsport 2013

We are delighted to announce that RICK BROADBENT’s compelling book about the Isle of Man TT, THAT NEAR DEATH THING, has won the British Sports Book Award for Motorsport 2013.
The late much-loved author has won the Popular Fiction Prize for A WEEK IN WINTER.

Maeve Binchy triumphs at Bord Gais Energy Irish Book Awards

Maeve Binchy triumphed for one last time last night when she won the Popular Fiction prize at this year's Bord Gais Energy Irish Book Awards.
Writer receives prize for his short story collection

Nathan Englander wins the Frank O'Connor Award

The world's most prestigious prize for a short story collection, the Frank O'Connor Award, has been won by Nathan Englander's WHAT WE TALK ABOUT WHEN WE TALK ABOUT ANNE FRANK.
Silver Award for New Group Websites

Hachette UK Wins at Digital Impact Awards

Hachette UK, in partnership with The BIO Agency (Big Ideas Online) won a Silver Award at the 2012 Digital Impact Awards on Tuesday 16th October.
Nancy Bilyeau's Novel a Winner ar the RT Book Reviews Awards

The Chalice Wins Best Historical Mystery Novel

THE CHALICE has been announced as the winner of the Best Historical Mystery novel at the RT Book Reviews Awards 2014. Click READ below for more details.
CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL NOMINATED

Orion Authors Shortlisted for CrimeFest Awards

CRIMEFEST has not only become one of the biggest crime fiction events in Europe, but also one of the most popular dates in the international crime fiction calendar – and Orion has shortlisted authors in every category.
Three Titles Chosen

Orion Titles Shortlisted for British Sport Book Awards

Orion are pleased to announce that three of our titles have been shortlised for the British Sport Book Awards 2014.
Irish Children's Book Award for HAGWITCH

Marie-Louise Fitzpatrick wins CBI Award 2014

Author and illustrator Marie-Louise Fitzpatrick has won the 24th CBI Book of the Year Award as well as the Honour Award for Fiction for her novel Hagwitch.
Arturo Pérez-Reverte Wins Prestigious Award

The Siege Wins CWA International Dagger

Orion are absolutely thrilled to announce that Arturo Pérez-Reverte has won the CWA International Dagger with The Siege.

The Demonologist Wins International Thriller Writers Award for Best Novel

Orion are delighted to announce that Andrew Pyper's THE DEMONOLOGIST has won the coveted International Thriller Writers Award for Best Novel.