By William Morris | 1.26.10
Wm writes: Once again AMV is proud to bring you Andrew Hall's Year in Review in Mormon letters.The story of the year in nationally published literature by Mormons was the memoir. Two Mormon women, Elna Baker and Kathryn Lynard Soper produced honest and interesting life stories, to excellent reviews. While other Mormon authors sold more books, few other nationally published author made their Mormonism so central to their story. Other big stories for the year include Stephanie Meyer's continued dominance of the fiction landscape, Brandon Sanderson's rise to the top of best seller's lists, and the continuing flood of young adult speculative fiction.
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