Scott Rubin's NAMING YOUR SUPERHERO: THE ULTIMATE GUIDE TO GEEK BABY NAMES, an up-to-date baby name guide including over 1,000 names sourced from popular science fiction and fantasy culture, to Christopher Robbins at Familius in a nice deal for publication in fall 2019, by Elaine Spencer
Karen Chance's DRAGON'S CLAW and SIREN'S SONG, urban fantasy novellas, to Kim Budnick at Tantor Media in a nice two-book deal, by Lucienne Diver
Cathryn Fox's UNDER HER TOUCH, featuring a wedding planner tasked not only with planning the wedding of the century but also with setting up a millionaire magnate in need of a wife (who happens to be the all-grown-up guy who broke her heart in high school), to
Debbie Mason's three books in the Highland Falls series, to Alex Logan at Forever, in a good deal, in a three-book deal, by Pamela Harty
Reese Ryan's latest in the Texas Cattleman's Club continuity series, to Charles Griemsman at Harlequin Desire, by Pamela Harty
N.K. Jemisin's HOW LONG 'TIL BLACK FUTURE MONTH? to J'ai Lu (France), in a nice deal, by Pierre Lenclud at Lenclud Literary Agency, on behalf of Lucienne Diver
Hailey Edwards's books four and five in the urban fantasy The Foundling series, to Anna Boatman at Piatkus in a nice, two-book deal by Lucienne Diver
Lisa King's VANISHING HOUR, in which an old man with a debilitating case of "not normal" and a little girl with cancer brave the apocalypse, to Lou Aronica at The Story Plant, in a nice deal, by Travis Pennington
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
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