Awards

Courtney is proud to have received the following awards and recognitions:

  1. The Ghost of Laurie Floyd – Finalist in Chanticleer Book Reviews Murder & Mayhem Awards 2014
  2. “The Mannequin in the Middle of the Road” received an Honorable Mention in the 2010 Ghost Hunting Theories Horror Flash Story Contest
  3. The Ghost of Laurie Floyd was a Quarter Finalist in the 2010 Amazon Breakthrough Novel Contest
  4. Review of Sarah Ban Breathnach’s Simple Abundance winner of Jane’s Stories Bite Size Review Contest
  5. “Shadow People” -3rd Place, The Writer in the Machine Fiction Contest #1, 2007
  6. “The Asylum” -2nd Place, Adsagsona Paranormal Society Ghost Story Contest, 2007
  7. “The Boy Next Door” -Honorable Mention, Writers’ Journal July 2006 Romance Contest
  8. “A Landmark Christmas” – 2nd Place, Writers’ Journal November 2005 Travel Writing Contest
  9. “Fate’s Way” – Honorable Mention, Writers’ Journal July 2005 Romance Contest
  10. First line from The Ghost of Laurie Floyd – Finalist in the 5th Annual Best First Line Contest
  11. Featured as one of 21 Intriguing Floridians – Florida Monthly Magazine, October 2005
  12. “Leaving a Mark” (written as C. Le Mroch) – 2nd Place, Bitten Contest, 2005
  13. “The Hammerhead” (written as C. Le Mroch) – 2nd Place, Twisted Shift’s First Contest, 2005 Cellfish Ways (written as Courts Mroch) – #2 best-selling Dollar Download 2004 from Echelon Press
  14. “Skin Ish Ca” (written as Courts Mroch) – #2 in the 2003 Preditors & Editors Readers Poll Short Story Other Category
  15. “Cellfish Ways” – Finalist and Special Honorable Mention Recipient for 2003 New Century Writers Awards Short Story Contest
  16. “The Judge’s Bell” – Quarter Finalist in the 2003 New Century Writers Awards Short Story Contest
  17. “The Clockmaker’s Daughter” – Quarter Finalist in the 2002 New Century Writers Awards Short Story Contest
  18. Awarded Certificate of Meritorious Achievement in the Galleria Eros 2002 Short Fiction Award Competition.
  19. “Grandma Jo’s Alligator Honeymoon” – 3rd place in the Glendale (Arizona) Public Library’s 3rd Annual Short Story Competition, 1997.
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