Karen Booth's THE SIXTY-DAY SWAP, a duology in which former college roommates decide to trade homes for two months and find their vastly different lives forever changed, preceded by an untitled book, to Patience Bloom at Harlequin Desire in a nice three-book deal, by Melissa Jeglinski
Maggie Black's book seven in the latest K-9 themed continuity series, to Emily Rodmell at Harlequin Love Inspired Suspense, in a nice deal for publication in 2023, by Melissa Jeglinski
Debut author Katarina E. Tonks's DEATH IS MY BFF, DEATH IS MY BFFLAD, and DEATH IS MY FRENEMY, a series of coming-of-age stories following an ordinary teenage girl who discovers that she is the product of a prophecy that makes her responsible for protecting the balance of
Heatherly Bell's book three in the Fortunes of Texas series, in which a wild, carefree, and suddenly wealthy cowboy must prove to his accidentally pregnant girlfriend that he's solid daddy material, to Patience Bloom at Harlequin Special Edition, by Elaine Spencer
Heatherly Bell's next three books in the Charming, Texas, series, the first of which is centered around a single father who reunites with his first love (his best friend's sister) at a wedding, to Patience Bloom at Harlequin Special Edition in a three-book deal, by Elaine Spencer
Author of THE LIEUTENANT'S NURSE and RADAR GIRLS Sara Ackerman's HER MOST PERILOUS FLIGHT, a dual timeline novel about a pilot's daring air race across the Pacific in the golden age of aviation and the woman who uncovers her buried history 60 years later, to April Osborn
NYT–bestselling and Lambda Literary Award–winning author TJ Klune's Green Creek series, beginning with WOLFSONG, as well as THE BONES BENEATH MY SKIN, to Bella Pagan at Tor UK, by Deidre Knight
Nekesa Afia's next two books in the Harlem Renaissance Mystery series, continuing the adventures of a queer Black woman as she navigates life and murder in the 1920s, again to Michelle Vega at Berkley in a two-book deal, with film rights optioned to CBS Studios, by Travis Pennington
USA Today bestselling author Jules Bennett's untitled books, in which a curvy social media star falls for the executive who wants to make her even more famous, to Stacy Boyd at Harlequin Desire in a three-book deal, by Elaine Spencer
NYT bestselling author Kelley Armstrong's MURDER AT HAVEN'S ROCK, a new series based on the Rockton mysteries, in which trouble begins even before construction is completed on the new town of Haven's Rock, whose residents discover that they’re not quite as alone in the woods as they’d
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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 for seven figures at auction, by Hotchkiss Daily & Associates on behalf of Lucienne Diver
N.K. Jemisin’s Hugo Award-winning sci-fi fantasy novel The Fifth Season is getting the drama series treatment at TNT. The project is in early development at the cable network with Leigh Dana Jackson (24: Legacy, Sleepy Hollow) set to pen the adaptation and Imperative Entertainment’s (All the Money
Ramez Naam’s NEXUS, about a drug that links minds and the resulting conflict to control it and define humanity, to Paramount with Disruption Entertainment by Sean Daily at Hotchkiss and Associates on behalf of Lucienne Diver.
Cara Lockwood’s I DO (BUT I DON’T), published by Pocket Books/Downtown Press, was already a national bestseller in its third printing when film rights were optioned by Ira Pincus Films, in association with von Zerneck/Sertner Films. The novel became a Lifetime Original Movie starring Denise Richards and Dean
I CHOOSE TO STAY (DaFina Books/Kensington) by Salome Thomas-El and Cecil Murphey has been optioned to Disney Studios, in partnership with Solaris Entertainment, for production as a major motion picture, THE MIGHTY BISHOPS. Filmmaking brother team Greg O’Connor and Gavin O’Connor will helm the project. The O’Connor brothers
NYT bestselling authors Don Piper and Cecil Murphey’s 90 MINUTES IN HEAVEN, in which Baptist minister Piper recounts his death, passage to heaven, and return to earth where he endures a long and grueling recovery and spiritual awakening, to Dawn Parouse Productions (PRISON BREAK, TRU CALLING) for a feature film
Cara Lockwood’s BARD HIGH series, in which students discover that the books they’re reading in class have an uncanny influence over the events in their lives, to Susan Adler at Stun Productions, by Sean Daily at Hotchkiss and Associates, on behalf of Deidre Knight at The Knight Agency.
Monica McKayhan’s INDIGO SUMMER books, about a high school freshman dealing with the pressure of sudden popularity in her new school, to Kimberly Ogletree and Karat Films (LOVE SONG, HAIR SHOW), by Sean Daily at Hotchkiss and Associates, on behalf of Pamela Harty at The Knight Agency.
David Cristofano’s THE GIRL SHE USED TO BE, about a woman who after 20 years in witness protection decides to trust the son of the mobster who she’s been running from since she was a little girl, to Mark Johnson’s Gran Via Productions (THE NOTEBOOK, MY SISTER’S KEEPER) and Julie
Film rights to Marley Gibson’s GHOST HUNTRESS series, about a sixteen-year-old girl who moves from Chicago to an historic Southern town and begins to discover her latent psychic powers (the third in the series THE REASON, will be published in May) to Shoulderhill Entertainment, by Sean Daily at
Sean Daily at Hotchkiss and Associates sold dramatic rights to Sara Lunsford’s memoir SWEET HELL ON FIRE to CBS Television Studios. The subtitle of the book (which Sourcebooks published in paperback in November) is “A Memoir of the Prison I Worked In and the Prison I Lived In”; it chronicles
90 MINUTES IN HEAVEN by Don Piper and Cecil Murphey, which recounts Don’s death experience, is being made into a film by Family Christian Entertainment, the new sister company of the nation’s largest Christian retailer, Family Christian Stores. Kate Bosworth (SUPERMAN RETURNS) and Hayden Christensen (STAR WARS) will star. Michael
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