Film rights to Rachel Hargrove’s SICK GIRL, in which a woman stricken with cancer decides to spend her remaining time with the man she loves most–but her plan to kill his wife unravels a secret darker than death.
Kirsten Weiss’s fourth and fifth books in the Pie Town series of quirky cozy mystery novels, where pie-shop owner Val Harris must navigate new family members, a flaky octogenarian pie crust specialist, and murder.
Cara Connelly’s THE WEDDING PARTY, a novella set at a destination wedding in Ogunquit, Maine, where ex-lovers Ellie and Ryan unexpectedly find a second chance at romance when they discover they’re both in the wedding party.
Professor of Sociology Abigail C. Saguy’s new book Come Out, Come Out, Whoever You Are, examining how and why people are “coming out” as fat, undocumented, polygamous, having been sexually assaulted, or in other ways to resist stigma and mobilize for social change.
Martin Limon’s GI CONFIDENTIAL, in which a band of rogue GIs thrust Criminal Investigation agents George Sueño and Ernie Bascom into a maelstrom of bank robbery and murder while a reporter for the tabloid Overseas Observer enrages 8th Army brass by accusing enlisted men of sex trafficking and treason.
Dr. Lisa Price’s Thriving through Prostate Cancer Treatment, a vital resource for patients which provides solutions aimed at preventing or decreasing short- and long-term side effects associated with conventional cancer treatment.
Dusti Bowling’s sequel to INSIGNIFICANT EVENTS IN THE LIFE OF A CACTUS, an Indie Next Pick and Reading the West Book Award winner, featuring more adventures of a spirited fourteen-year-old who was born without arms, as she navigates the ups and downs of freshman year, including a first crush, bullying, and loss—not to mention a big horseback riding show, to Christina Pulles at Sterling Children’s, for publication in 2019.
Author of DIGGING IN and ALL THE GOOD PARTS Loretta Nyhan’s THE OTHER FAMILY, in which a woman hopes a 23andMe-style DNA test will shed light on what’s causing her young daughter’s debilitating autoimmune disorder, but instead the test reveals the existence of an aunt she never knew she had, who happens to be living in the next town over, to Jodi Warshaw at Lake Union Publishing, in a two-book deal, for publication in spring 2020.
Chanel Cleeton’s NEXT YEAR IN HAVANA is a July 2018 pick for Reese Witherspoon’s book club!
KARMA KHULLAR’S MUSTACHE author Kristi Wientge’s HONEY BEES AND FRENEMIES, in which the summer after sixth-grade takes an unexpected turn for two former best friends when they are volunteered by their parents to help out a local beekeeper in advance of their town’s annual Honey Festival, to Liz Kossnar at Simon & Schuster Children’s, for publication in Summer 2019.