Mia Siegert's SOMEBODY TOLD ME, in which a bigender teen goes to live with their uncle, a Catholic priest, and must make difficult choices after discovering that they can overhear parishioners' confessions through their bedroom wall, to Amy Fitzgerald at Carolrhoda Lab, in a nice deal, for publication in
Jules Bennett's latest in the Texas Cattleman's Club continuity series, to Stacy Boyd at Harlequin Desire, by Elaine Spencer
Deborah Blake's A MODERN WITCHCRAFT PRIMER: GODDESS EMPOWERMENT FOR THE KICK-ASS WOMAN, a guidebook to witchcraft as a female-focused religion, including detailed instructions on how to practice self-care in today's society through goddess worship and magic, to Daniela Rapp at St. Martin's Essentials, in
Emma Lord's TWEET CUTE, pitched as a retelling of You've Got Mail, featuring a motivated young heir to a fast-food franchise who winds up in a Twitter battle with a mom-and-pop deli over a stolen grilled cheese recipe, against the son of the deli owners
Audio rights for D.B. Jackson's TIME'S CHILDREN and TIME'S DEMON to Michael Olah at Dreamscape Media in a nice two- book deal by Lucienne Diver, as well as international rights to Fonix Konyvmuhely (Hungary) in a nice two-book deal by Peter Bolza at Katai & Bolza
Karen Booth's SECRETS OF A (SOMEWHAT) SUNNY GIRL, to Daniel Totten at Tantor Media, by Melissa Jeglinski
Beth Cornelison's RANCHER'S HOSTAGE RESCUE; IN THE RANCHER'S PROTECTION, RESCUED HEARTS, COLTON'S SEARCH & RESCUE BOOK 4, and ONLINE READ IN THE MCCALL, to Patience Bloom at Harlequin in a nice five-book deal, by Lucienne Diver
Sara Ackerman's THE HIDING SEASON, a story about an unlikely cast of characters who seek sanctuary in a remote rainforest hideaway in Hawaii at the outbreak of World War II, to Margot Mallinson at Mira for publication in 2020, by Elaine Spencer
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