Faith Hunter's book 15 in the Jane Yellowrock series and book six in the Soulwood series, to Jo Ann Peritz at Audible in a two-book deal, by Lucienne Diver
Faith Hunter's short-story collection OF CLAWS AND FANGS, as well as the next untitled installments in the NYT-bestselling Jane Yellowrock and Soulwood series, to Jessica Wade at Ace in a three-book deal, by Lucienne Diver
Author of DAUGHTERS OF THE NIGHT SKY and ACROSS THE WINDING RIVER Aimie Runyan's A SCHOOL FOR GERMAN BRIDES, in which an unexpected encounter alters the lives of a young woman enrolled in a school to train perfect Nazi housewives and a young Jewish mother-to-be, to Tessa
Kechi Okwuchi's MORE THAN MY SCARS, about her inspiring journey from 16-year-old plane crash survivor undergoing lifesaving surgeries in South Africa to the America's Got Talent Stage more than a decade later, with a foreword by Simon Cowell, to Rachel Jacobson at Baker Books in a
Certified nutritionist and authors of ALMOST KETO and THE 30 DAY KETO PLAN Aimee Aristotelous and Richard Oliva's SUPER SIMPLE KETO: SIX INGREDIENTS OR LESS TO TURN YOUR GUT INTO A FAT BURNING MACHINE, to Leah Zarra at Skyhorse, by Pamela Harty
Joyce Tremel writing as Joyce St. Anthony's MURDER MAKES THE HEADLINES, the first in a cozy historical series set on the American home front during World War II, featuring a female sleuth who takes charge of her father's small-town newspaper, to Faith Black Ross at Crooked Lane
N.K. Jemisin's THE CITY WE BECAME, to Till Tannhauser at Tropen (Germany) in a pre-empt, by Sarah Knofius at Thomas Schlueck Agency on behalf of Lucienne Diver
Financial expert Catherine Alford's MOM'S GOT MONEY, a guide pitched for millennial mothers to help them take on a more active financial role in their families and run their personal finances like a CEO, to Kevin Harreld at Wiley, by Elaine Spencer
Kelley Armstrong's BENEATH THE SURFACE, in which a good girl has flashes of doing or witnessing something very, very bad—maybe even murder—thus leaving a mystery for her and her friends to solve, to Lynne Missen at Penguin Canada Children's in a nice deal, by Lucienne Diver
Heatherly Bell's book in the Montana Mavericks continuity series, in which a fashion stylist must smooth a rugged cowboy's rough edges and his heart, to Megan Broderick at Harlequin Special Edition, by Elaine Spencer
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