Tyler Anne Snell’s KELBY CREEK series, in which a newly staffed Alabama sheriff’s department tries to redeem the image of their small town while putting everything, including their hearts, on the line, in a 6-book deal.
Dusti Bowling’s THE CANYON’S EDGE, a middle grade novel in verse about a girl’s struggle to survive alone in a treacherous canyon after disaster strikes on a hiking trip with her father, as she faces the trauma of the mass shooting that changed her family forever, to Lisa Yoskowitz at Little, Brown Books for Young Readers, at auction, in a two-book deal, for publication in fall 2020.
David Neiwert’s RED PILL, BLUE PILL, a guide for how and why conspiracy theories function- they practically run our world now, but they are also killing us- and exploring how to draw friends and loved ones out of the insane intellectual rabbit holes they create.
USA Today bestselling author Gigi Pandian’s NEXT FOUR JAYA JONES TREASURE HUNT MYSTERIES (TWO NOVELS AND TWO SHORTER WORKS), continuing the adventures of the globe-trotting Indian-American historian.
Makenna Lee’s ACCEPTING HANNAH, in which a hard-working single mother of a special needs child takes a job in the Texas Hill Country and must spend time with her chief of police neighbor—who is exactly the danger-seeking type she avoids—but her daughter teaches them scars can heal and love is worth the risk, in a three-book deal.
Debra Sennefelder’s WHAT NOT TO WEAR TO A GRAVEYARD, with Halloween only a few days away, fashionista-turned-consignment shop owner, Kelly Quinn stumbles into a dog-napping scheme turned deadly when she finds a missing Shih-Tzu in a graveyard.
Nichole Severn’s MIDNIGHT ABDUCTION, in which a single dad of twins is forced to trust his former lover who walked away and must work with her to find and rescue his missing son.
Giovanni Rocco with Douglas Schofield’s GIOVANNI’S RING, the riveting account of a former FBI undercover operative who spent years penetrating New Jersey’s DeCavalcante crime family—the criminal organization known to law enforcement as “the real Sopranos.”
Louis Del Monte’s WAR AT THE SPEED OF LIGHT, describes the ever-increasing and revolutionary role of directed energy weapons in warfare, including laser, microwave, electromagnetic pulse (EMP), and cyberspace weapons.
Gabby Allan’s MUCH ADO ABOUT NAUTICALING, the first in the Whit ‘n Whiskers series, in which a woman’s plan to start over on Catalina Island with no worries is seriously disrupted when she finds a dead body under her glass bottom boat and her brother in the hot seat as the suspected murderer, in a 2-book deal.