Jenni L. Walsh’s middle grade historical novel, in which escalating tensions and the arrival of anti-Nazi pamphlets cause a 12-year-old girl to question all she’s ever known as a member of the Hitler Youth, including the safety of her disabled sister, who may be part of the White Rose resistance, to Olivia Valcarce at Scholastic Press, for publication in 2021.
Colorado Book Award winner Ashlee Cowles’ THE POPPY & THE ROSE, in which a teen girl must unravel clues from a strange English manor and a young heiress’s diary, discovering a web of family secrets dating back to the Titanic, for publication in fall 2020.
Head of talent development for CVS Health, a Fortune 10 company with over 300,000 employees, Ted Fleming’s DEVELOP, a how-to career development book that provides readers with simple, relevant, and easy-to-apply guidance for finding the right job or growing in an existing job.
IN 27 DAYS by Alison Gervais heads for the big screen, with Dan Angel to produce: https://variety.com/2019/film/news/in-27-days-dan-angel-1203227587/
Rachel Howzell Hall’s AND NOW SHE’S GONE, which features two complicated women in a dangerous cat and mouse game that explores the nature of secrets and how violence and fear can lead you to abandon everything in order to survive.
Charis Michaels’s A DUCHESS A DAY, the first in the new Regency romance series Awakened by a Kiss, in which secondary characters from beloved fairytales including Snow White, Cinderella, and Peter Pan get their own happily ever afters, to Elle Keck at Avon, in a three-book deal.
Diana Quincy’s HER NIGHT WITH THE DUKE, the first in a new #OwnVoices Regency historical series, Clandestine Affairs, in which London’s most straitlaced duke has a one-night stand with an adventurous widow of Arab descent, only to discover that she is closely related to the “proper” Englishwoman he plans to marry, to Carrie Feron at Avon, in an exclusive submission, in a three-book deal.
NYT-bestselling author Jennifer Armentrout’s next books in the ORIGIN series, continuing the story of a teen girl caught in the middle of a devastating war between humans and aliens, to Melissa Frain at Tor Teen, in a good deal, in a three-book deal.
Laura Griffin’s HIDDEN, in which an ambitious female investigative reporter teams up with an Austin police detective to uncover the truth of a random mugging-turned-murder that may have been a targeted hit from a dangerous killer using new advances in facial recognition as a lethal weapon, moving to Kerry Donovan at Berkley, in a significant deal, in a pre-empt, in a four-book deal.
Federal Judge M. Margaret McKeown’s Citizen Justice: The Environmental Legacy of Justice William O. Douglas, exploring the story of iconoclastic US Supreme Court Justice William O. Douglas and the dual role he played on and off the court in the world of conservation and the environment, the legal issues and ethical tensions with a Supreme Court Justice taking on the role of a public advocate while serving as a justice, and the significance of Douglas’ environmental legacy.