Author of the forthcoming BLOOD LIKE MAGIC Liselle Sambury's BUTCHERBIRDS, about a reluctant medium who must confront the ghosts—both literal and figurative—of her mom's past and the budding investigative journalist determined to uncover what happened to her, to Sarah McCabe at Margaret K. McElderry Books in an exclusive
Alyssa Cole and illustrator ONeillJones's REJECT SQUAD, pitched as a Sleeping Beauty–inspired YA fantasy romance in which a perfectionist princess powered by rage is hexed, placing her kingdom and her life in jeopardy unless her newfound friends (the magical hot messes of the reject squad) and the irritating boy
Reese Ryan's first three books in The Vineyard series, to Charles Griemsman at Harlequin Desire, in a nice three-book deal, by Pamela Harty
Virginia McCollough's ADELAIDE CREEK BEGINNING and SNOW FOR CHRISTMAS IN ADELAIDE, to Kathryn Lye at Harlequin Heartwarming, in a nice two-book deal, by Pamela Harty
Hanna Earnest's THEY DON'T KNOW ABOUT US, in which a hugely famous singer/songwriter with writer's block finds the inspiration he's been looking for with a pop star when they wind up in the same city for one night only, thus twisting the marriage of convenience
Katharine Gregorio's THE WOMAN WHO BROKE THE IRON CURTAIN, the story of the author's great-aunt Katharine Clark, a trailblazer who overcame personal obstacles to pioneer a career in a man's profession, providing essential eyewitness reports of postwar Europe and life behind the Iron Curtain, to Erin
Vaishnavi Patel's KAIKEYI, which reimagines the life of the vilified queen of the Indian epic the Ramayana from her childhood as an overlooked princess to her role as a warrior, diplomat, and most-favored queen (and her ultimate downfall) to Priyanka Krishnan at Redhook, in a good two-book
K.L. Armstrong's untitled standalone thriller, the story of a woman who has inherited a house in rural Florida—but not the good will of the insular townspeople, the police force, or the mysterious woman squatting in her shed—to Bhavna Chauhan at Doubleday Canada, in an exclusive submission for a
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