Christina Henry’s LOOKING GLASS, a brand new collection of four original novellas set in the dark and disturbing world of lot ALICE and RED QUEEN,
Audio rights for D.B. Jackson’s TIME’S CHILDREN and TIME’S DEMON to Michael Olah at Dreamscape Media in a nice two- book deal by Lucienne Diver, as
Karen Booth’s SECRETS OF A (SOMEWHAT) SUNNY GIRL, to Daniel Totten at Tantor Media, by Melissa Jeglinski
Beth Cornelison’s RANCHER’S HOSTAGE RESCUE; IN THE RANCHER’S PROTECTION, RESCUED HEARTS, COLTON’S SEARCH & RESCUE BOOK 4, and ONLINE READ IN THE MCCALL, to Patience
Sara Ackerman’s THE HIDING SEASON, a story about an unlikely cast of characters who seek sanctuary in a remote rainforest hideaway in Hawaii at the
Jules Bennett’s BASTARD BILLIONAIRES series, about a set of brothers who are unaware of their relation until they each try to take down their moonshine
RITA Award winner Ann Aguirre’s THE LEOPARD KING, THE DEMON PRINCE, THE WOLF LORD, THE SHADOW WARRIOR, THE WAR PRIEST, and JAGUAR KNIGHT—all six books
N.K. Jemisin’s THE FIFTH SEASON, THE OBELISK GATE, and THE STONE SKY, to Mondadori (Italy), in a nice, three-book deal by Maura Solinas at Piergiorgio
Ramez Naam’s CRUX and APEX, to Panama (Turkey), in a nice two-book deal by Fusun Kayi at Kayi Literary Agency on behalf of Lucienne Diver
Kalayna Price’s seventh and final book in the ALEX CRAFT series, which stars a grave witch and follows the 2019 release of GRAVE DESTINY, to Jessica
David Coe’s CHILDREN OF AMARID, THE OUTLANDERS, and EAGLE-SAGE—his complete the LonTobyn Chronicles series—to Michael Olah at Dreamscape Media in a nice three-book deal, by
Hailey Edwards’s BAYOU BORN and BONE DRIVEN, to MxM Bookmark (France) in a nice two-book deal by Anne Lenclud at Lenclud Literary Agency on behalf of
Hailey Edwards’s HOW TO SAVE AN UNDEAD LIFE, HOW TO CLAIM AN UNDEAD SOUL, HOW TO BREAK AN UNDEAD HEART, and HOW TO DANCE AN
Nalini Singh’s ARCHANGEL’S PROPHECY to J’ai Lu (France) by Anne Lenclud at Lenclud Literary Agency on behalf of Elaine Spencer
ONCE GHOSTED, TWICE SHY and RUNAWAY ROYALS, two new novellas in the Reluctant Royals series by Alyssa Cole (winner of the 2018 ALA RUSA Award for
Chloe Neill’s THE BRIGHT AND BREAKING SEA, pitched as Pride and Prejudice meets a magical Master and Commander—a high-seas fantasy featuring an orphan girl-turned-captain trained
Debut author Loriel Ryon’s INTO THE TALL, TALL GRASS, in which two sisters and their friends must venture through the mysterious grass sprouting in the
Brenda Minton’s SAVING CHRISTMAS, a special Christmas novella celebrating love during the holiday season, to Melissa Endlich at Harlequin Love Inspired, in a nice deal,
Brenda Minton’s MERCY RANCH series, continuing with additional titles set on a ranch created to help wounded warriors with the most inspiring outcomes, to Melissa
Steven Harper’s untitled novel, in which a troubled teen is forced to deal with the emotional aftermath of his assault and the possibility that his
THE DRUDGE REVOLUTION, an exploration into the reclusive media influencer Matt Drudge and the untold story of how talk radio, Fox News, and a gift
Rachel Caine’s untitled books four and five in the series that started with STILLHOUSE LAKE and KILLMAN CREEK, to Liz Pearsons at Thomas & Mercer
THE WINDING RIVER, a multi-generational family saga about a daughter’s quest to help her father unearth the truth surrounding his wartime past, told through the
Kira Archer’s untitled book, a continuation of her Winning the Billionaire series, to Alethea Spiridon at Entangled Indulgence by Janna Bonikowski
Ann Aguirre’s MURDERING MARLENA, pitched as a dark and twisted Cinderella Story, to Terri Bischoff at Midnight Ink in a nice deal by Lucienne Diver
Ella Quinn’s new Regency romances, featuring crossover characters from the Worthingtons  and Marriage Game series, to John Scognamiglio at Kensington in a nice three-book deal
Laurel Greer’s next three titles in her Sutter Creek Montana miniseries, where three siblings fall in love with newcomers and old flames while struggling to
Amy Jarecki’s THE HIGHLAND EARL, winner of 2018 RT Best Historical Debut award, in which an earl, believing he will never love again, enters into
QUIVER by Julia Watts received a perfect ten rating from VOYA magazine. It also was selected by The Washington Blade as one of its 9
Booklist gave Genevieve Cogman’s THE MORTAL WORD a starred review.