TJ Klune’s THE HOUSE IN THE CERULEAN SEA, to Storia Books (Romania), by Simona Kessler at Simona Kessler Agency; also to Metropolis (Hungary), by Peter
Nalini Singh’s LAST GUARD, to Bragelonne (France), by Anne Lenclud at Lenclud Literary Agency on behalf of Elaine Spencer
J. A. Crawford’s HEROES EVER DIE, a sequel to JOVE BRAND IS NEAR DEATH, wherein a newly minted private eye must investigate the accidental deaths
TJ Klune’s THE HOUSE IN THE CERULEAN SEA and UNDER THE WHISPERING DOOR, to Asbooks (Vietnam), by Itzel Hsu at The Grayhawk Agency on behalf
Jacquelin Thomas’s Witness Protection series books one and two, to Katie Gowrie at Harlequin Intrigue, in a nice two-book deal, by Pamela Harty
Emma Lord’s THE BREAK UP PACT, in which a small-town tea-shop owner and her aloof former childhood friend commiserate after suffering humiliating public breakups, until
Author of THE BAR HARBOR RETIREMENT HOME FOR FAMOUS WRITERS (AND THEIR MUSES) Terri-Lynne DeFino’s IS YOUR GRANDFATHER SINGLE AND LOOKING FOR LOVE?, in which
N.K. Jemisin’s Hugo Award-winning THE BROKEN EARTH trilogy, to Shary Shirazi and Rikki Jarrett at Sony Pictures’ Tristar, with Jemisin adapting, in a major deal
N.K. Jemisin will adapt her Broken Earth Series for the screen after a bidding war landed it at Sony’s TriStar Pictures.
David Mack’s STAR TREK: MORE BEAUTIFUL THAN DEATH (Original Novel–Speculative) and Christie Golden’s “Stone by Stone” (Short Story) are nominees for the Fifteenth Annual Scribe
The New York Times gave Alyssa Cole’s HOW TO FIND A PRINCESS a great review.
THE GHOST TREE by Christina Henry made Book Riot’s “5 of the Best Horror Books About Small Towns” list.
Bookreporter’s great summer book picks include RADAR GIRL by Sara Ackerman.