NOVEMBER 2013

Posted by Ethan Ellenberg on October 22, 2013

HUGO HUGO HUGO

SCALZI SCALZI SCALZI

Yes, we are very proud to announce that our client John Scalzi has won the Hugo Award for best science fiction novel 2012 for his book REDSHIRTS.

So I guess we are shouting it out on rooftops.

In other news, we recently sold a new 3 book series for Shelly Laurenston to Kensington called THE CROWS.  Her new e-novella, as G.A. Aiken, A TALE OF TWO DRAGONS is just out.

We’re very excited about the forthcoming publication of James Cambias’ first SF novel, A DARKLING SEA, coming in hardcover from Tor.

Gail Martin has sold a new book to Solaris, a paranormal detective novel called BUTTONS coming in summer 2014.  We’re very excited about the release of REIGN OF ASH from Orbit in April 2014.

Karen Miller’s new 5 book epic series TARNISHED CROWN is on track to launch next year.

Sharon Shinn has penned her first original graphic novel, PAINTED WARRIOR, which we recently sold to First Second.

CHRISTINE WARREN’s new series Gargoyles debuts in December with HEART OF STONE.

We recently made a number of sales to Harlequin Historicals, 3 books for Terri Brisbin and 2 for Georgie Lee.

We proud to announce that we will be representing the estate of Jennifer Wilde and we’re anxious to get her entire backlist published as ebooks.

In non-fiction we recently sold John Domagalski’s INTO THE DARK WATER to Casemate, the story of the 3 skippers of PT-109.

Dr. Alexander Unzicker and Sheila Jones’ BANKRUPTING PHYSICS came out just this past July to excellent reviews.  Highly recommended to anyone who wants a different take on the current stage of cosmology and theoretical physics.

In children’s we sold BULLDOZER’S birthday by Candace Fleming, illustrated by Eric Rohmann to Atheneum.

I’m just back from the International Book Fair in Frankfurt and the business continues to evolve, ebooks still looking for traction in Europe, lots of technological change, challenging markets but lots of optimism and hope.

 

 

 

 

 

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