AGENCY NEWS OCTOBER 2015
We’ve added an audio partner for JOHN SCALZI’s 13 property deal with Tor and that is Audible, who has licensed the entire list of new works. We’re very excited about continuing to work with Audible on John’s audiobooks.
We’re also happy to report that the sixth volume of John’s OLD MAN’S WAR series, THE END OF ALL THINGS, has made both the PUBLISHER’S WEEKLY and USA TODAY Bestseller lists.
In other news,
We’ve sold Japanese translation rights in Vaughn Heppner’s THE LAST STARSHIP to Hayakawa in Japan.
We’ve sold the next two books in CAROLINE FARDIG’s ‘Java Jive’ series to Bantam Alibi and the first book launches in November, DEATH BEFORE DECAF.
AMANDA ASHLEY will continue with Kensington and we’ve sold them an additional two paranormal romances.
MARTHE JOCELYN has sold 2 new board books to ORCA, ONE RED BUTTON and ONE PIECE OF STRING and she is a FINALIST for THE CANADIAN CHILDREN’S BOOK CENTRE for WHAT WE HIDE (ages 14 and up category)
MARKO KLOOS will continue his FRONTLINES series with AMAZON PUBLISHING and we have licensed a new original work of fiction to them as well, by agent EVAN GREGORY.
We’ve sold a new work of military non-fiction by Tom Yarborough to Cascade, A SHAU VALOR.
SHELLY LAURENSTON fans can now read CALL OF CROWS in German, as we’ve licensed THE UNLEASHING in Germany.
Kay Kenyon’s MAXIMUM ICE, which was featured in Slate’s “Science Fiction That Can Change The Future”, is part of the upcoming Philip K. Dick Award Bundle on StoryBundle.
Following the successful ebook release of IAN DOUGLAS’s WARSTRIDER series, he is releasing a new novella continuing the series, THE TEN BILLION GODS IN HEAVEN.
The agency has also begun re-releasing 24 frontier and Western novels from JASON MANNING as ebooks.
Looking forward to a busy Fall.