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Global leadership speaker and Oprah-featured author Fawn Germer's COMING BACK, providing tactics and perspectives for mid- and late-career professionals who have been pushed aside, cast out, or are returning to the workforce after raising a family, to George Witte at St. Martin's in a pre-empt

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Ruby winner Madison Michaels's THE BATCHELOR BARGAIN, in which an enterprising lady and a notorious crime lord strike a bargain to critique and expose bachelors who seek to prey upon innocent ladies, to Stacy Cantor Abrams at Entangled Amara in a three-book deal, by Pamela Harty

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Melonie Johnson's TOO GOOD TO BE REAL, in which a skeptical reporter covering the grand opening of a resort that promises to provide guests with the "romantic comedy experience of their dreams" stumbles upon her own meet-cute with the prickly programmer in charge of creating the simulated rom

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Cathryn Fox's untitled books, in which a dating app for women that creates competition between men and women leads to a lot of fun, to Kathleen Scheibling at Harlequin Dare in a three-book deal, by Elaine Spencer

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Nekesa Afia's DEAD DEAD GIRLS, in which a black girl in 1920s Harlem must push herself past the limits of her fears, her past, and the prejudices of New York City society to catch a killer, to Michelle Vega at Berkley in a nice two-book deal, by Travis

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Diana Pinguicha's A MIRACLE OF ROSES, pitched as an f/f #OwnVoices retelling of the Portuguese miracle of the same name, where the Princess of Aragon enters a bargain with an Enchanted Moura so she can reverse her gift that turns all the food she touches into flowers, to

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Mother/daughter writing team Lauren Baratz-Logsted and Jackie Logsted's JOINT CUSTODY, pitched as THE ART OF RACING IN THE RAIN meets THE PARENT TRAP and told from the POV of a border collie who is determined to get his recently broken-up owners back together and will do

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Liselle Sambury's debut, the first in a fantasy duology set in near-future Toronto in which a 16-year-old black witch who fails to come into her powers must choose between losing her family's magic forever or murdering her first love, to Sarah McCabe at Simon Pulse

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- Walt Disney

Film Options


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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

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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

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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

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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.

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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.

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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

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All film and dramatic enquiries should be directed to: Deidre Knight at Deidre.Knight(AT)KnightAgency.net

Every act of communication is a miracle of translation.


- Ken Liu

Foreign Rights



Rights for publication of works by Knight Agency authors overseas are handled by a network of foreign rights sub-agents and in some cases by The Knight Agency itself. Working on its own and in conjunction with skilled subsidiary rights agents, The Knight Agency has licensed rights on behalf of its clients in over 50 countries throughout the world.

All inquiries regarding the availability of foreign rights pertaining to Knight Agency titles should be directed at foreign.rights@knightagency.net

The Knight Agency is proud to be in partnership with the following talented group of foreign sub-agents.

Whitney Lee of the Fielding Agency, handling select titles in Brazil, Bulgaria, China, Croatia, Czech Republic, Estonia, Greece, Hungary, Israel, Korea, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russia, Serbia, Slovak Republic, Taiwan, United Kingdom

Maura Solinas
PNLA & Associati Srl / Piergiorgio Nicolazzini Literary Agency
Italy

The Lennart Sane Agency
Brazil, The Netherlands, Scandinavia, Spain*, and Spanish-Speaking Countries*

Kristin Olson Literary Agency s.r.o.
Czech Republic

Julio F-Yanez, Agencia Literaria, S.L.
Spain

Thomas Schlück Literary Agency
Germany

Agence Litteraire Lenclud
France

Read N Right Agency
Greece

Kayi Literary Agency Ltd.
Turkey

Katai & Bolza Literary Agents
Hungary

GRAAL Ltd
Poland, Albania, Slovenia

Nova Littera Ltd
Russia

ANA Sophia Ltd
Bulgaria

*except titles represented by Lucienne Diver, which are handled by the Julio F-Yáñez, Agencia Literaria, S.L.