Awards and Honours for Expiration Day
AudioFile Magazine Earphones Award 2016
"The award is given by AudioFile to truly exceptional titles that excel in narrative voice and style, characterizations, suitability to audio, and enhancement of the text." (AudioFile Magazine )
Hal Clement Award 2015
The Golden Duck Awards are designed to encourage science fiction literature for children, and have been given annually since 1992. There are three Golden Duck awards given - the Hal Clement Award for Young Adult is given for books written for grades 6 to 12.
The site further describes the award:
"This award is named after Hal Clement (the pen name of Harry Stubbs - he died in 2003), who is a well known science fiction writer and science teacher. He helped children's science fiction programming wherever he went, and was an all-around nice guy. The award is for science fiction books written for grades 6 - 12 (approximately) that have a young adult protagonist. The science should be as correct as possible, but still a good story."
Westchester Fiction Award 2015 ~ Honorable Mention
The Westchester Fiction Award was founded in 2009 by Suzanne Osman, a teacher librarian for the Los Angeles Unified School District in Los Angeles, California. About to begin its seventh year, this award honors talented authors who contribute exemplary literature to the Young Adult literary canon & the visionary publishers who bring their texts to life.
Compton Crook Award 2015 ~ Finalist
The members of the Baltimore Science Fiction Society, Inc. (BSFS) created the Compton Crook Award in 1982 to honor the best first novel of the year written by an individual author (collaborations are not eligible) in the Science Fiction/Fantasy/Horror genre.
Junior Library Guild ~ Spring 2014 Selection
The JLG editorial team reviews more than 3,000 new titles each year, in manuscript or prepublication stage. We’ve developed a keen sense for finding the best of the best. Over 95 percent of our selections go on to receive awards and/or favorable reviews.