Thursday, July 4, 2013

Official Website

My official website http://www.kc-hilton.com will be the place to find out what's new.

Eventually, this blog will no longer exist. Please, take a moment and click on the new link. It will direct you to the official website.

Don't forget to bookmark it! See you over there! Yay! =)

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Saturday, April 13, 2013

Return to Finkleton – Reviewers Choice Award 2012



I’m terribly excited! I just received an email announcing that Return to Finkleton received Second Place in the Reviewers Choice Award 2012 Children – Young Reader (8-12). Thank you so much!!! Yay!


Reader Views 2011 Choice Awards 2011 

Return to Finkleton
KC Hilton
CreateSpace (2012)
ISBN 9781469901084
Reviewed by Evan Weldon (age 10) for Reader Views (4/12)
“Return to Finkleton” by KC Hilton is about Lizzy and her two brothers, Jack and Robert, who moved to Finkleton when their family inherited Uncle Harry’s General Store after he died unexpectedly. While exploring the store, Robert found a hidden lever under the counter which controls the rain in Finkleton. For a long time they thought that was all the shop had to offer them. They were shocked when they found a note from Uncle Harry indicating that they could control time with the clock.
Although the siblings agreed that the clock was too dangerous to use, Robert felt he had to use the clock to fix a tragic disaster he thought he had caused. But could there be more to the story than met the eye? When Robert accidentally turned the hands of the clock too fast, knocking it over and breaking the clock, Robert (previously aged 10) suddenly found himself stuck as a 35-year-old (but with a 10-year-old brain). Will he stay stuck at age 35 and miss his entire childhood? Will they be able to fix the clock?
Meanwhile, evil Mr. Lowsley is lurking around town. He suspects that something magical is going on in Finkleton, and he’s determined to get to the bottom of it, at all costs.
Some elements of the book were kind of fantastical and hard to believe, but it was a very entertaining book. I liked the characters.
“Return to Finkleton” by KC Hilton is the second book in the series. I think people will enjoy this second book more and understand it better if they first read “The Magic of Finkleton.” I would suggest this book to people who like books about magic, and time travel. With 208 pages, I thought this book would take a while to read, but before I knew it the book was over. The book ended on a cliff hanger, and I can’t wait to read the next book!

Sunday, March 10, 2013

Surprise Package from Poestenkill Elementary School in NY

I received a surprise package from the students and teachers at Poestenkill Elementary School in Poestenkill, NY. This was so awesome! You guys are GREAT!!! Thank you ALL so much!!!


Monday, January 28, 2013

Special Thanks to Poestenkill Elementary School in NY


Special thanks to all the students, teachers and parents of Poestenkill Elementary School in NY for reading The Magic of Finkleton in their One Book, One School program.

Thank you Miss MacChesney for letting me know The Magic of Finkleton was being read by the students and teachers.

Principle DeWitt's educational blog: Educational Blog

For more updates please visit my official website: www.kc-hilton.com


Tuesday, October 16, 2012

Literary Classics 2012 Award Winners Announced!


I'm proud to announce that Return to Finkleton (Finkleton, Book 2) has received the Silver Award for Preteen/Tween - General Fiction. This is such an honor. I'm seriously doing my 'Happy Dance'! Thank you so much =)

Also a fellow author and friend of mine, PHC Marchesi wrote:

This book won three awards! Congrats to her and her wonderful Preteen/Fantasy/Science Fiction book. I've read this and I think it's wonderful! 

NEWS
For Immediate Release
October 15, 2012
Literary Classics
info@clcawards.org

Literary Classics Announces Youth Media Top Book Winners

SOUTH DAKOTA - Literary Classics announced its 2012 selection of top books for children and young adults today.  Award recipients were selected from entries received throughout the world.  The Literary Classics selection committee is proud to recognize the following titles in children's and young adult literature which exemplify the criteria set forth by the Literary Classics Awards committee.
Best First Chapter Book, Shelby & Shauna Kitt and the Dimensional Holes by PHC Marchesi
Silver - General Preteen, Return to Finkleton by KC Hilton
Gold - Fantasy Preteen, Shelby & Shauna Kitt and the Dimensional Holes by PHC Marchesi
Gold - Science Fiction Preteen, Shelby & Shauna Kitt and the Dimensional Holes by PHC Marchesi
Literary Classics, an organization dedicated to furthering excellence in literature, takes great pride in its role to help promote classic literature which appeals to youth, while educating and encouraging positive values in the impressionable young minds of future generations.  Judging is based upon the criteria set forth by Literary Classics' highly selective awards committee which honors books promoting character, vision, creativity and learning, through content which possesses key elements found in well-crafted literature.
The Literary Classics judging committee consists of experts with backgrounds in publishing, writing, editing, design, illustration, and book reviewing.   To learn more about Literary Classics, visit their website at www.literaryclassicsawards.com.

Tuesday, October 2, 2012

HUGE GIVEAWAY! YAY FOR FREE BOOKS!
 
ENTER TO WIN THREE SIGNED BOOKS!
 
THE MAGIC OF FINKLETON (CHILDREN)
RETURN TO FINKLETON (MIDDLE GRADE)
90 MILES TO FREEDOM (ADULT CONTEMPORARY)
 
ENTER DAILY!
ENDS 10/31/12
 
GOOD LUCK TO THE WINNER!
UNITED STATES RESIDENTS ONLY
 
 
 
To enter other book giveaways, please visit my
official website
 
 
 
 

Monday, October 1, 2012

Two Announcements For Return to Finkleton

I'm proud to announce Return to Finkleton has received an Honor Award from Readers Favorite.

I'm equally proud to announce Return to Finkleton is also a Finalist (winners to be announced October 15, 2012) in the 2012 Literary Classics Book Awards.

I'm totally excited! Two announcements on the same day! Wow! It's such an honor and I'm totally doing my 'Happy Dance'! Yay!



The Review is posted HERE.