Christina Dalcher’s debut VOX, to Muza in Poland, by Graal; to Host in the Czech Republic, in a pre-empt, and to IKAR in Slovakia, by Kristin Olson Literary Agency; to Nord in Italy, by The Italian Agency; and VOX plus a second book to NIL in France, at auction, by La Nouvelle Agence; to Roca Editorial in Spain, in a pre-empt and Sextante in Brazil, by Sandra Bruna Literary Agency, to Fischer in Germany, at auction, by Agence Hoffman, to Muvelt Nep in Hungary, by Lex Copyright Office; to RAO in Romania, by Jill Hughes Foreign Rights, all on behalf of Taryn Fagerness Agency and Laura Bradford at Bradford Literary Agency.
French rights to Tessa Bailey’s DISORDERLY CONDUCT, INDECENT EXPOSURE, AND DISTURBING HIS PEACE, to Editions ADA, by La Nouvelle Agence on behalf of Taryn Fagerness Agency, and by Laura Bradford at Bradford Literary Agency.
Author of WIVES OF WAR Soraya Lane’s THE SPITFIRE GIRLS, in which three female pilots ferry bomber planes for the army on both sides of the Atlantic in a story of friendship, love and feminism during WWII, to Victoria Pepe at Lake Union Publishing, in a two-book deal, by Laura Bradford of the Bradford Literary Agency.
Adriana Anders’s WHITEOUT, in which a scientist and a chef work together to survive alone in the Antarctic, while their biggest enemy closes in, beginning a new series, again to Mary Altman at Sourcebooks, in a four-book deal, for publication beginning in 2019, by Laura Bradford of the Bradford Literary Agency (world English).
Mike Allegra writing as Roy L. Hinuss’s books 5 & 6 in the PRINCE NOT SO CHARMING chapter book series, illustrated by Matt Hunt, to Rhoda Belleza and John Morgan at Imprint, by Natalie Lakosil at Bradford Literary Agency for the author (world).
Mother of famous free solo climber Alex Honnold, Dierdre Wolownick’s memoir, where she reveals the challenges of becoming a late-stage athlete, climbing for the first time at the age of 57 on the most iconic mountains—including Yosemite’s Royal Arches, Half Dome, and El Capitan—and running grueling marathons, after spending the better part of her life enduring a failed marriage while raising her two eco-conscious children, confronting questions regarding the nature of fear vs. courage, the responsibility of parents to protect yet give their children the freedom they need to become their best selves, and reminding readers that it’s never too late to reach new heights, to Kate Rogers at Mountaineers Books, by Jennifer Chen Tran at Bradford Literary Agency (World English).
Ted Anderson’s FAMILY TREASON, featuring a seemingly normal teenage girl who discovers that her mother is a secret agent who has programmed her with command phrases that activate her super-spy skills, including infiltration, martial arts, and speaking eight languages, all of which she will need to stop her mother’s nefarious schemes, to Greg Hunter at Graphic Universe, by Jennifer Chen Tran at Bradford Literary Agency.
Christina Dalcher’s VOX, set in a dystopian near future where women live in forced silence, limited to 100 words a day and forbidden from holding jobs, to Cindy Hwang at Berkley, in a pre-empt, in a two-book deal, for publication in September 2018, by Laura Bradford at The Bradford Literary Agency (World English).
Claire Ashgrove’s seventh title in her historical romance Knights Templar series, to Rena Ayer at Audible, by Natalie Lakosil at Bradford Literary Agency.
Tara Brown’s FLING CLUB and THE TEST DUMMY, the first two books in a new series about couples who meet and flirt through a company post-it wall, to Jason Kirk at Skyscape, by Natalie Lakosil at Bradford Literary Agency.
Ted Anderson’s novel, featuring a STEM-obsessed fourth-grader who builds and take things apart with the power of her mind and who fights crime alongside The Starlights, a motley crew of teen superheroes, in modern-day San Francisco, pitched as inspired by the viral tumblr blog Little Girls Are Better At Designing Superheroes Than You, to Andrea Colvin at Lion Forge, in a three-book deal, for their young reader CubHouse imprint, for publication in early 2019, by Jennifer Chen Tran at Bradford Literary, while at Fuse Literary.