Congratulations to Marisa Reichardt!

December 7th, 2018
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I’m so thrilled to share the announcement for Marisa Reichardt’s new YA novel, AFTERSHOCKS, which Maggie Lehrman at Amulet will be publishing in Fall 2020! When the Big One hits Southern California, Ruby never expected to be trapped in a laundromat only moments after her first conversation with Charlie. But as the hours and days […]

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Congratulations to Sarah Watson!

September 26th, 2018
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I’m thrilled to share the announcement that we’ve sold North American rights to The Bold Type creator Sarah Watson’s YA novel MOST LIKELY to Pam Gruber at Poppy/Little Brown, with British Commonwealth rights going to Linas Alsenas at Scholastic UK. The details: As Sarah said on Twitter yesterday, “It’s so perfect that my book is […]

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Maureen Johnson’s New Series Revealed!

March 22nd, 2016

In case you missed it this morning, I’m delighted to share the exclusive Entertainment Weekly announcement of Maureen Johnson’s new series! The first book is called TRULY DEVIOUS, and will be published by HarperCollins in Fall 2017. What’s it about? Read on! Something is wrong at Ellingham Academy: Its murderous past won’t stay in the […]

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It’s Official! Get ready to meet JULES

September 16th, 2014
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Woohoo! I’m delighted to share the news of a new deal for Amy Spalding with Little, Brown. If you can’t easily read the above, here’s the announcement from Publishers Weekly: Pam Gruber at Little, Brown’s Poppy imprint has acquired a new YA novel by Amy Spalding, author of Kissing Ted Callahan (and Other Guys). In […]

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Sitting on News

February 22nd, 2012

It happens all the time. An agent gets good news for an author, shares said good news with her client, there is much private celebrating and then… what? From an outside perspective, it may not seem like much more happens. Oh sure, you might see a Publishers Marketplace announcement a few weeks or months later, […]

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