Jennifer Lynn Barnes‘s The Fixer (2015) to Bloomsbury Children’s, in a two-book deal. A political thriller set against the backdrop of an elite Washington D.C. private school – pitched as part Veronica Mars, part Scandal – the younger sister of a powerful political fixer finds herself embroiled in high stakes and intrigue at her new school.
Lauren DeStefano‘s middle-grade Pram (2015) and an as-yet-untitled sequel to Bloomsbury (US, Canadian, and open market rights). It tells the story of a girl with a unique talent: she can talk to ghosts. After befriending a boy named Clarence, Pram decides to search for her father in the hope that he can answer her questions about her mother’s death.
Christina Farley‘s Silvern (2014) to Amazon Children’s Skyscape (World). Sequel to Gilded. A 16-year-old Korean-American girl with a black belt and a deadly proclivity with steel-tipped arrows battles a god of darkness seeking control of both Koreas.
Jeff Hirsch‘s Black River (2015) to Clarion Books (world rights). 16-year-old Cardinal Odera is the only member of his family to escape a virus that stole the memories of everyone in his town. He chooses to remain in his quarantined town, caring for a band of orphaned kids, but when a mysterious young woman appears, and factions within the town begin to agitate for greater freedom, the safe, closed-off world he worked so hard to build begins to crumble.
Madeleine Roux‘s third book in the Asylum series to Harper Children’s. Illustrated with found photographs, it follows three teens who exist on the line between past and present, genius and insanity.
Jessica Brody: UNREMEMBERED (paperback): 28th January 2014: Buy (US)
Rachel Caine: PRINCE OF SHADOWS: 4th February 2014: Buy (US)
Carolyn Crane: AGAINST THE DARK: 17th April 2013: Buy (US)
Lauren DeStefano: PERFECT RUIN has been moved up (yay!) to 1st October 2013: Buy (US)
Kat Falls: INHUMAN has been moved up (yay!) to 24th September 2013: Buy (US)
Jeff Hirsch: MAGISTERIUM (paperback) has been moved up (yay!) to 27th August 2013: Buy (US)
Jeff Hirsch: THE DARKEST PATH has been moved up (yay!) to 24th September 2013: Buy (US)
Katie McGarry: DARE YOU TO (paperback): 29th October 2013: Buy (US)
Katie McGarry: CRASH INTO YOU: 26th November 2013: Buy (US)
Marissa Meyer: CRESS: 4th February 2014: Buy (US)
Saundra Mitchell: MISTWALKER: 4th February 2014: Buy (US)
Tara Moss: THE COBRA QUEEN:27th December 2013: Buy (AU)
Angie Smibert: THE MEME PLAGUE: 13th August 2013: Buy (US)
Lila Veen: BURNING FOR YOU: 3rd April 2013: Buy (US)
Posted in Angie Smibert, Carolyn Crane, Jeff Hirsch, Jessica Brody, Kat Falls, Katie McGarry, Lauren DeStefano, Lila Veen, Marissa Meyer, Rachel Caine, Saundra Mitchell, Tara Moss
Tagged Against the Dark, Burning for You, Crash into You, Cress, Dare You To, Inhuman, Magisterium, Mistwalker, Perfect Ruin, Prince of Shadows, The Cobra Queen, The Darkest Path, The Meme Plague, Unremembered
Lenore Appelhans: LEVEL 2 paperback (27th August 2013): Buy (US)
Jennifer Lynn Barnes: THE NATURALS (5th November 2013): Buy (US)
Andrea Cremer: SNAKEROOT (10th December 2013): Buy (US)
Amanda Grace: THE TRUTH ABOUT YOU & ME (8th September 2013): Buy (US)
Jeff Hirsch: THE DARKEST PATH (1st October 2013): Buy (US)
Amie Kaufman & Meagan Spooner: THESE BROKEN STARS (10th December 2013): Buy (US)
Scott Tracey: PHANTOM EYES (8th October 2013): Buy (US)
Posted in Amanda Grace, Amie Kaufman, Andrea Cremer, Jeff Hirsch, Jennifer Lynn Barnes, Lenore Appelhans, Meagan Spooner, Scott Tracey
Tagged Level 2, Phantom Eyes, Snakeroot, The Darkest Path, The Naturals, The Truth About You & Me, These Broken Stars
Scholastic (US: 1st October 2012)
Buy (US) Buy (UK) Buy (CA) Buy (Worldwide)
It’s the year 2120. On one side of the Rift is a technological paradise without famine or want. On the other side is a mystery. Sixteen-year-old Glenn Morgan has lived next to the Rift her entire life and has no idea of what might be on the other side of it. Glenn’s only friend, Kevin, insists the fence holds back a world of monsters and witchcraft, but magic isn’t for Glenn. She has enough problems with reality: Glenn’s mother disappeared when she was six, and soon after, she lost her scientist father to his all-consuming work on his mysterious Project. Glenn buries herself in her studies and dreams about the day she can escape to the cold isolation of a research station on 813, a planet on the far side of the known universe. But when her father’s work leads to his arrest, he gives Glenn a simple metal bracelet that will send Glenn and Kevin on the run, with only one place to go. The other side of the Rift will bring truths about what really happened to Glenn’s mother, and will put them at the centre of an age-old struggle between two halves of a divided world.
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Posted in Becca Fitzpatrick, Caragh M. O'Brien, Daniel Marks, Daniel O'Malley, Darynda Jones, Erica Hayes, Francine Pascal, Gena Showalter, Holly Black, Jeff Hirsch, Karen Kincy, Kim Harrison, Kylie Chan, Mira Grant, Rachel Caine, Rachel Cohn, Reading Wishlist, Richelle Mead, Robin Bridges, Sarah Crossan, Scott Tracey, Sean Cummings, Sophie Littlefield, Stacey Jay, Steve Bein, Sylvia Day, Tiffany Reisz, Veronica Roth, Vicki Pettersson
Tagged Alice in Zombieland, Beta, Bitter Blood, Black Dawn, Breathe, Daughter of the Sword, Death and the Girl Next Door, Demon Eyes, Earth to Hell, Finale, Fourth Grave Beneath My Feet, Foxfire, Hell to Heaven, Insurgent, Into the Woods, Magisterium, October 2012 Releases, Poltergeeks, Promised, Red Glove, Reflected in You, Revelation, Romeo Redeemed, September 2012 Releases, Succubus Dreams, The Angel, The Rook, The Sweet Life, The Taken, The Unfailing Light, Unforsaken, Velveteen, When Will You Rise?
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Posted in Amy Garvey, Ann Aguirre, Becca Fitzpatrick, Brenna Yovanoff, Caragh M. O'Brien, Carolyn Crane, Gena Showalter, Ilsa J. Bick, Jackson Pearce, Janet Edwards, Jay Kristoff, Jeff Hirsch, Joan Frances Turner, John Ajvide Lindqvist, Karen Mahoney, Kat Zhang, Kim Harrison, Kylie Chan, Laura Bickle, Maggie Stiefvater, Megan Hart, Melissa Marr, Nancy Holzner, Neal Shusterman, Rachel Caine, Reading Wishlist, Rhonda Roberts, Richelle Mead, Sophie Littlefield, Sophie Morgan, Stacey Jay, Susan Beth Pfeffer, Tara Moss, Tiffany Reisz, Trisha Telep
Tagged A Perfect Blood, Alice in Zombieland, Assassin, August 2012 Releases, Blood Wounds, Carnival of Souls, Coyote, Darklands, Diary of a Submissive, Earth Girl, Earth to Hell, Falling to Ash, Fathomless, Frail, Glass Heart, Hanging by a Thread, Head Rush, Juliet Immortal, Let the Old Dreams Die, Outpost, Prized, September 2012 Releases, Shadows, Silence, Smoulder, Stormdancer, Succubus Revealed, The Angel, The Eleventh Plague, The Hallowed Ones, The Mammoth Book of Ghost Romance, The Raven Boys, The Space Between, The Space Between Us, Two Weeks' Notice, UnWholly, What's Left of Me
Amanda Grace‘s The Truth About Us and one unrelated untitled novel to Llewellyn Flux (NA). A 16-year-old enrolled in a college-level program has an affair with one of her professors.
Mira Grant‘s Newsflesh trilogy (Feed, Deadline, and Blackout) optioned to Rachel Olschan, producer at Electric Entertainment.
Jeff Hirsch‘s thriller Dog Soldier (2013) to Scholastic. A 16 year-old soldier abandons his post and tries to make his way home across a country torn apart by a near-future civil war, while being hunted by both sides and accompanied only by a loyal stray dog.
Lisa Scottoline‘s next three books to St. Martin’s Press (NA). Will reprise characters from the Rosato & Associates series.
Megan Shepherd‘s The Madman’s Daughter optioned to Paramount Pictures for Fake Empire.
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Posted in Ally Condie, Amy Garvey, Amy Kathleen Ryan, Anya Parrish, Bethany Wiggins, Brenna Yovanoff, Carrie Jones, Carrie Ryan, Catherine Fisher, Cherie Priest, Claudia Gray, Gena Showalter, Isabel Cooper, Jackson Pearce, Jeff Hirsch, Jennifer Lynn Barnes, Jeri Smith-Ready, Jessica Verday, Joan Frances Turner, John Ajvide Lindqvist, Karen Kincy, Kelley Armstrong, Keri Arthur, Kim Harrison, Kylie Chan, Lauren Dane, M. J. Scott, Mary E. Pearson, Melissa Marr, Nancy Holzner, R. J. Anderson, Rachel Caine, Rachel Vincent, Reading Wishlist, Richelle Mead, Sarah Rees Brennan, Scott Tracey, Sophie Littlefield, Steven E. Wedel, Susan Beth Pfeffer, Teri Hall
Tagged After Obsession, Aftertime, August 2011 Releases, Away, Blood Wounds, Bloodborn, Bloodstone, Cold Kiss, Damage, Darkness Unbound, Dust, Enthralled, Glow, Hellbent, If I Die, Little Star, Never Enough, No Proper Lady, Pale Demon, Red Phoenix, Sapphique, September 2011 Releases, Shadow Kin, Shifting, Succubus Revealed, The Eleventh Plague, The Hidden, The Replacement, Twisted, Ultraviolet, White Tiger, Witch Eyes