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Sold! Ken Armstrong’s WHEN THE HILL FELL AWAY, a narrative of landslides that have killed tourists in Hawaii, campers in Montana, and homeowners from Washington to California to North Carolina which will explore the perils of our country’s indifference to environmental science, introducing readers to geologists who use lasers to illuminate the past and slope models to map the future, only to have their warnings ignored.

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Sold! Golden Heart Winner Miranda Liasson’s untitled contemporary romance, about a workaholic NYC self-help editor who returns to her home town to take guardianship of her deceased sister’s baby, only to find she must figure out how to manage the baby, her career, and the baby’s adversarial but very sexy restaurateur uncle, the high school sweetheart she never stopped loving, in a two-book deal.

Great Kirkus review!

Congratulations to Terry Mutchler on this great review of UNDER THIS BEAUTIFUL DOME:  A Senator, A Journalist, and the Politics of Gay Love in America-“[Under This Beautiful Dome] makes a moving case for why the fight for marriage equality must continue… Courageous and important…” –Kirkus Reviews

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Sold! Kirkus Prize nominee Valerie Bowman’s next Regency romance, the fourth in her Playful Brides series, pitched as loosely based on The Philadelphia Story, in which a spitfire debutante’s potential engagement party gets complicated when her handsome army captain husband shows up refusing to grant her the annulment she was certain he wanted, again to St. Martin’s, in a three-book deal.

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Audio rights to USA Today bestselling author Gigi Pandian’s THE ACCIDENTAL ALCHEMIST, the first in a new mystery series about a centuries-old vegan alchemist and her impish gargoyle sidekick.

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Colette Ballard’s TEMPORARY HIGH, in which a seventeen-year-old girl feels in control of everything in her life until the man who almost destroyed it years earlier reappears to collect a debt, and paying up means she must not only break the law, but also the heart of the only guy she’s ever fallen for, to Spencer Hill Press.

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Lois Sepahban’s middle-grade novel, Lantern Wishes. The novel follows Manami and her family as they are sent to a Japanese internment camp, where it is up to Manami to find the strength to keep her family together.