Hailey Edwards’s THE REDEMPTION OF BOAZ PRITCHARD, to Kim Budnick at Tantor Media in a nice deal, by Lucienne Diver
Christina Henry’s THE GIRL IN RED, to Metropolis (Hungary) in a nice deal for publication in October 2021, by Peter Bolza at Katai & Bolza
Rachel Caine’s INK AND BONE and PAPER AND FIRE, to Eksmo (Russian Federation), in a nice two-book deal, by Sergei Cheredov and Konstantin Palchikov at
Faith Hunter’s JUNKYARD WAR, the conclusion to a series including JUNKYARD CATS and JUNKYARD BARGAIN, featuring a woman who’s been in hiding but has now
Deborah Blake’s THE MODERN ECLECTIC WITCH’S COVEN, a guide for those looking for an alternative to the more conventional approach to group practice with suggestions
Lisa King’s BLUE HAVEN, exploring what innovation can achieve—and destroy—despite the best intentions, again to Lou Aronica at The Story Plant in a nice deal,
Jonathan Gelber’s THE IDEALIST, a biography of football legend Jack Trice, the grandson of slaves and the first Black athlete at Iowa State University (whose
Lucy Parker’s ACT LIKE IT, to Jota (Czech Republic), by Kristin Olson at Kristin Olson Literary Agency on behalf of Elaine Spencer
Cait Nary’s SEASON’S CHANGE, about a hockey player whose career is on the brink and who desperately needs a fresh start with his new team,
Erin Bartels’s DEEP CUT, in which a down-on-his-luck musician connects with a young woman he does not expect, and THE MAN IN THE MIDDLE DISTANCE,
Genevieve Cogman’s SCARLET, ELUSIVE, and DAMNED, pitched as a new trilogy that reinvents the tale of THE SCARLET PIMPERNEL with the addition of magic and
Aimee Aristotelous’s THE DOCTORS WEIGHT LOSS DIET, to Leah Zarra at Skyhorse, in a nice deal, by Pamela Harty
Elizabeth Mower’s LOVE IN HER SIGHTS and A KISS AT THE CHRISTMAS GALA, to Katie Gowrie at Harlequin Heartwarming in a nice two-book deal, by
Darcie Wilde’s two new books in the Rosalind Thorne mystery series, about murder and manners, ballrooms and banter, to Wendy McCurdy at Kensington in a
Darcie Wilde’s two new books in the Rosalind Thorne mystery series, about murder and manners, ballrooms and banter, to Wendy McCurdy at Kensington in a
USA Today bestselling author Ella Quinn’s three new untitled books following sisters from her Worthington series, in a nice three-book deal, along with an untitled
USA Today bestselling author Ella Quinn’s three new untitled books following sisters from her Worthington series, in a nice three-book deal, along with an untitled
Debbie Mason’s next book in her Highland Falls series, to Alex Logan at Forever in a very nice deal, by Pamela Harty
Kerry Ann King’s IMPROBABLY YOURS, in which a young woman’s love life and professional career are disrupted by a mysterious bequest from her belated grandmother
THE SECOND YOU’RE SINGLE by USA Today bestselling author Cara Lockwood (writing as Cara Tanamachi), about a freelance writer who decides to give up dating
The “Most Anticipated Historical Fiction of Summer 2021” according to She Reads included RADAR GIRLS by Sara Ackerman.
NOT OUR SUMMER by Casie Bazay made #1 on the Oklahoma Best-Sellers list.
TJ Klune’s FLASH FIRE was featured in Publishers Weekly’s Children’s Bookshelf as part of this LGTBQ+ Round-up.
Indigo named Emma Lord’s YOU HAVE A MATCH one of their Best Teen Books of 2021 So Far.
New York Times Book Review called DEAD DEAD GIRLS by Nekesa Afia a “terrific series opener.”
Gena Showalter’s THE WARLORD made the USA Today and Wall Street Journal best-selling book lists.
Reese’s Book Club posted the cover reveal for Emma Lord’s upcoming novel WHEN YOU GET THE CHANCE.
Liselle Sambury talked about BLOOD LIKE MAGIC in an interview with Geeks Out. The book also received great reviews from Kirkus and Publishers Weekly.
WHEN NO ONE IS WATCHING by Alyssa Cole was the AAMBC Literary Awards Ebook of the Year. It is also up for Best Paperback Original
Aimie K. Runyan’s ACROSS THE WINDING RIVER is a finalist for the Colorado Book Awards.