Daily deals

I don’t know why but this sounds really interesting to me.
Sidura Ludwig’s HOLDING MY BREATH, a coming-of-age story about a Jewish girl struggling to be true to herself (she wants to be an astronaut) in spite of the expectations of a family of strong women, to Sally Kim at Shaye Areheart Books, for publication in spring 2008, by Denise Bukowski at The Bukowski Agency.
UK rights previously sold to Tindal Street Press, for publication in January 2008, and Canadian rights to Key Porter Books, for publication in March 2007.

Let’s hope Ms. Montgomery is actually a lawyer because this has the potential to be a real wallbanger.
Selena Montgomery’s untitled about high stakes love set in the world of the law, to Erika Tsang at Avon, in a two-book deal, by Marc Gerald at The Agency Group.

Dianne Castell’s sexy Savannah-set series, to Kate Duffy for Kensington Brava, in a three-book deal, by Roberta Brown of the Brown Literary Agency (world).

Oh look, a Juno Press book. See, before I wouldn’t have even noticed this book.
Carole Nelson Douglas’s DANCING WITH WEREWOLVES, the first in a series about a TV reporter who covers the paranormal beat, and she sees herself featured on a popular forensic TV show…as a corpse, to Paula Guran at Juno, in a nice deal, by Howard Morhaim at Howard Morhaim Literary Agency (world English).

Nothing like mild pedophilia to get the book world excited. Of course, the relationship could be totally non sexual.
Catherine Ryan Hyde’s I REMEMBER WINDMILLS, about a Manhattan teenager’s relationship with an older woman, again to Phyllis Grann and Suzanne Herz for Flying Point, for six figures, for publication in early 2008, by Laura Rennert at Andrea Brown Literary Agency (world).

She writes romantic suspense, right?
Erin Grady’s IN CHILL OF THE NIGHT, to Debbie Malone at Mystique, in a nice deal.

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0 comments on “Daily deals

  1. when I was looking through this yesterday, I noticed the Carole Nelson Douglas one because it seems to be a huge departure from her normal books, the cozy type mysteries. Interesting.

  2. She writes romantic suspense, right?
    Erin Grady’s IN CHILL OF THE NIGHT, to Debbie Malone at Mystique, in a nice deal.

    Erin Grady’s books are an interesting blend of paranormal, romantic suspense and historical romance.

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