9 New Deals (Bickle, Harrison, Hayes, Jones, Pettersson, Silver, Spindler, Stiefvater, Tracey)

Laura Bickle‘s The Hallowed Ones & a sequel to Graphia (NA). Pitched as Witness meets 28 Days Later in which an Amish girl must protect her family from a violent contagion, even as fear and denial threaten to erode her community from within.

Kim Harrison‘s The Hollows series has been optioned for small screen production through the CW network.

Erica Hayes‘s new dark paranormal romance series in a 2-book deal to Berkley (World). Book 1, Revelation, is set in a decadent, near-future Manhattan, in which a young medical examiner who’s lost her faith must team up with a fallen angel warrior to stop a gang of demons hijacking the Apocalypse & creating hell on earth.

Darynda Jones‘s next 2 books in the Charley Davidson series to St. Martin’s (NA). Features a private investigator by day & grim reaper by night.

Vicki Pettersson‘s new supernatural noir mystery series to Harper Voyager (World rights) in a 3-book deal. The Taken is scheduled for June 2012.

Eve Silver‘s Respawn to Katherine Tegen Books (NA) in a 3-book deal. 1st in a teen series about a girl who finds herself inside a “game” where she must hunt aliens, or be hunted by them.

Erica Spindler‘s Don’t Look Back in a 2-book deal to St. Martin’s (World).

Maggie Stiefvater‘s The Scorpio Races to Warner Brothers, for David Katzenberg & Seth Grahame-Smith’s KatzSmith Productions to produce. About the craggy island of Thisby, where the savage & beautiful water horses emerge from the waves, & 2 teens risk everything – love & life – in the violent, glorious Scorpio Races.

Scott Tracey‘s Phantom Eyes to Flux (World English).

10 responses to “9 New Deals (Bickle, Harrison, Hayes, Jones, Pettersson, Silver, Spindler, Stiefvater, Tracey)

  1. The Hallows on small screen…hmm, I hope they actually stick to the storyline unlike True Blood!

    • I gave up on the Sookie books circa #5, but I should’ve given them up earlier. Haven’t watched True Blood, but what I like to read in books I don’t like to watch on TV, and vice versa.

      • I think I may have given up on the fourth book (I don’t even remember, lol), but my sister would rant and rave about the show. From what she told me, only the first season followed the first book then it completely changed from there.

        Although, you’re right about the book-to-TV/movie transition, cause I love my Stephen King books but many of them turned out to be terrible movies!

  2. Thanks for the mention, Tez! πŸ™‚

  3. Thanks, Tez! Great list of upcoming yummies! ~D~

  4. Cool news about The Hollows tv series. I’ll be interested to see how the material translates to the small screen. The Hallowed Ones sounds great too. Thanks for the post.

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