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 been found out and must fight once more—this time not alone—in a nice deal to Jo Ann Peritz at Audible Originals, with Steve
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 for how to best practice magic with others in today's world, to Elysia Gallo at Llewellyn, by Elaine Spencer
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, by Travis Pennington
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 football stadium now bears his name), to Josh Williams at Triumph for publication in 2022 to coincide with the centenary of Trice's untimely
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, only to fall for his mindfulness-practicing, kale-smoothie-drinking new teammate and roommate, to Kerri Buckley at Carina Press in a two
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, a dual-timeline narrative that follows a once-obscure Impressionist-era artist and the modern-day museum employee determined to acquire
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 even more mayhem, on an exclusive submission to Bella Pagan at Pan Macmillan in a good three-book deal for publication to begin in
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 Pamela Harty
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