Deb Marlowe’s debut SCANDALOUS LORD, REBELLIOUS MISS, to Maddie Rowe at Harlequin Mills & Boon, in a nice deal, by Pam Ahearn at The Ahearn Agency (world).
Because I’ve folded my share of cranes
Mas Arai mystery series author Naomi Hirahara’s 1001 CRANES, about a Japanese-American girl who spends a summer working in her grandparents’ business folding 1001 origami crane displays for weddings, and becomes involved in the relationships of her customers while embarking on her own relationship with a young skateboarder, to Claudia Gabel at Delacorte, in a nice deal, by Sonia Pabley at Rosenstone/Wender Associates (NA).
Interesting. I think I would pick this up.
Lauren Baratz-Logsted’s untitled tween novel, the story of a 12-year-old girl and how she deals with the pros and cons of being precociously well-breasted, to Lisa Abrams at Simon MIX, in a nice deal, by Pamela Harty at The Knight Agency.
Lynne Connolly is saying, why didn’t I think of that!
Margaret Grace’s FULL SCALE MURDER, the first in a series of cozy crafts mysteries set in the world of dollhouses and miniature furniture, in which a feisty grandmother and dollhouse aficionado is drawn into sleuthing when she uncovers secrets that shake her small California town and ultimately threaten her life, to Michelle Vega at Berkley, in a three-book deal, by Elaine Koster at the Elaine Koster Agency.
And the Anthology beat goes on. . .
USA Today bestselling authors Angela Knight, Diane Whiteside, Emma Holly, and Lora Leigh’s paranormal novellas for Beyond the Dark anthology, to Cindy Hwang for Berkley Sensation, by Elaine English of the Elaine English Literary Agency and Roberta Brown of the Brown Literary Agency (world).