And your winner of the 2010 Delete Key Award for Bad Writing in Books is…
Our favorite One-Minute Book Reviewer Janice Harayda has just announced the Grand Prize winner of her annual and always entertaining Delete Key Awards for Bad Writing in Books. The competition was fierce…
To refresh, here are the finalists (or The List of Shame as we like to call it!):
THE ACCIDENTAL BILLIONAIRES (Doubleday) by Ben Mezrich.
BIG MAN (Grand Central) by Clarence Clemons and Don Reo.
FINGER LICKIN’ FIFTEEN (St. Martin’s) by Janet Evanovich.
GOING ROGUE (Harper) by Sarah Palin.
IT SUCKED AND THEN I CRIED (Simon Spotlight) by Heather Armstrong.
THE LOST SYMBOL (Doubleday) by Dan Brown.
PRIDE AND PREJUDICE AND ZOMBIES (Quirk) by Seth Grahame-Smith.
PYGMY (Doubleday) by Chuck Palahniuk.
STORIES FROM CANDYLAND (St. Martin’s) by Candy Spelling, and MOMMYWOOD (Simon Spotlight) by Tori Spelling (tie).
THE WHOLE TRUTH (Vision/Hachette) by David Baldacci.
Honorable Mention: MENNONITE IN A LITTLE BLACK DRESS (Holt) by Rhoda Janzen.
So…who took home the “honor”? Click HERE to find out!