USA Today bestselling author Ella Quinn’s NEXT THREE BOOKS IN THE POPULAR WORTHINGTON series, a happy, closeknit, and slightly chaotic family as they help each other find their happily ever afters during the Regency period.
Rebecca Allensworth’s BOARD TO DEATH: WHY PROFESSIONAL LICENSING ISN’T KEEPING YOU SAFE, told through stories of professionals and their regulators, and revealing that the way we regulate almost a quarter of American workers is deeply dysfunctional and surprisingly dangerous, especially for society’s most marginalized.
Hugh Blane’s LEAD BOLDLY, the book every leader needs when they first become a leader offering imminently practical and real world advice.
Jess Lourey’s MURDER BY MONTH MYSTERY series, in which a fish-out-of-water reporter and her quirky Battle Lake, Minnesota, crew laugh their way through clumsy romance, hidden mysteries, and a dead body a month, and the Anthony-nominated Salem’s Cipher thriller series, in which an agoraphobic cryptanalyst must stop an ancient group hell-bent on keeping women from power, in a good deal.
NYT bestselling author Rachel Howzell Hall’s THE LAST ONE, in which a young woman with no memory learns that the world is dying—and that she is the only one who can save it from an evil, destructive force…herself, to Liz Pelletier at Red Tower, in a good deal, in a four-book deal. Audio to Recorded Books. Rights also to Insignis (Poland), in a pre-empt.
Melinda Leigh’s TRACK HER DOWN AND BEYOND HER REACH, the next two books in her #1 WSJ bestselling Bree Taggert series, and two additional books, to Anh Schluep at Montlake, in a major deal, for seven figures.
Michael Sheldrick’s FROM IDEA TO IMPACT, providing an entrepreneurial playbook for individuals dedicated to driving positive change and making a meaningful impact, serving as a practical guide to create lasting societal transformations and exploring real-life examples and distilling key principles to empower readers to find common ground and implement disruptive, win-win policy solutions at local, national, and global levels.
Golden Heart winner Carrie Nichols’s untitled books, about three sisters in their late 30s, daughters of an astronomer and named for stars, who unexpectedly find love and family on the Oregon coast.
Daryl Wood Gerber’s THE SON’S SECRET, in which the dean of a boutique college in New Orleans is the only one who believes her son is missing and must race against the clock to save him before he takes his final breath.
Congrats to Korina Moss who won the Agatha Award for Best First Novel for her mystery CHEDDAR OFF DEAD.