Kate Kessler's novella ZERO HOUR, featuring a criminal psychologist who plays quid pro quo with the son of a serial killer in order to rescue his next victim, to Lindsey Hall at Redhook, by Deidre Knight
Annabeth Albert's book for the OPEN SOURCE LOVE series, featuring geeky LGBTQ heroes in the world of a STEM corporation, to Sarah Lyons at Riptide Publishing in a nice deal, by Deidre Knight
Bette Lee Crosby's THE SUMMER OF NEW BEGINNINGS, about a rescue dog who saves the day when he helps a young mother understand why her baby cannot talk, to Danielle Marshall at Lake Union Publishing in a nice three-book deal, by Pamela Harty
Russian rights to N.K. Jemisin's THE FIFTH SEASON, to Eksmo, in a nice deal by Sergei Cheredov of Nova Littera; and Serbian rights, to Vulkan, in a nice deal by Mira Droumeva of Andrew Nurnberg Associates Sofia, on behalf of Lucienne Diver
San Francisco Chronicle reporter Vivian Ho’s THOSE WHO WANDER, an exploration of America’s lost street youth and the impact on their communities, to Carmen Johnson at Little A, in a nice deal, at auction, for publication in 2019, by Travis Pennington
Aimee Aristotelous and Kathleen Paulson, M.D.'s THE WHOLE PREGNANCY, featuring a gluten-free nutrition plan for preconception, pregnancy, and postpartum weight loss, with over 100 gluten-free recipes that are catered to both non-vegan and vegan lifestyles, to Leah Zarra at Skyhorse by Pamela Harty
Two-time Golden Heart Finalist Melonie Johnson's debut, SOMETIMES YOU NEED A SEXY SCOT, featuring an up-and-coming Chicago journalist who locks lips with a hot Highlander only to discover she's the unwitting star of an Internet prank and now must keep “the kiss that launched a
Erin Bartels's THE BONE GARDEN, about a Detroit-area journalist whose investigation into her own family's secrets leads her back to the Civil Rights movement, the Civil War, and finally to her own complicated present-day relationships, to Kelsey Bowen at Revell in a nice two-book deal by Nephele Tempest
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