Tara Weikum at HarperAlley has acquired North American rights to Joseph P. Illidge’s graphic novel adaptation of Ann Petry’s award-winning biography Harriet Tubman: Conductor on the Underground Railroad.
Thush Ponweera, author of I Am Kavi, calls it “a wonderful introduction to both Buddhism and the Buddha to readers. This book belongs on any shelf that embraces and celebrates the wonderful spiritual diversity of our world.”
Tantor Audio has signed three more audiobooks by USA Today bestseller Julie Mulhern.
Clay McLeod Chapman, author of Ghost Eaters, says, “Trevor Henderson is a DJ of goosebumps, and he’s spinning nothing but blood-curdling bangers…You’re definitely going to sleep with the lights on after reading this one.”
A spirited young prince longing to learn more about the world grows into a man on a quest to find the cause of human suffering in this first-of-its-kind graphic novel retelling of the life of Siddhartha, the founder of Buddhism.
The long-awaited debut of book #1 in the Mary Shelley Mysteries series from Heather Redmond hits bookstores on 9/26, and it's called Death and the Sisters! Check out the amazing cover! Before there was Frankenstein, a young Mary Shelley, her stepsister Jane “Claire”...
Ashley Hearn at Peachtree Teen has acquired If I Survive, a post-apocalyptic YA by Cassandra Newbould, author of Things I’ll Never Say. In dystopic Seattle, healthcare is currency, the privileged live inside weather-proof domed cities—and Aegis Corp controls it all....
David Thomas Moore at Solaris has acquired, in a two-book deal, Under Fortunate Stars author Ren Hutchings's AN UNBREAKABLE WORLD, a space opera set in the same universe thirty years before the voyage of the Jonah – in which a petty thief and a bounty hunter are...
“A breathtaking space opera debut… Delving into serious sociopolitical matters without ever losing the shine of hope, this tense adventure packs a punch.” —Publishers Weekly, Starred Review
Explore the post-colonization worlds of THE SPLINTER IN THE SKY by debut author Kemi Ashing-Giwa. Packed with political intrigue, murder, and revenge, the novel is published by Saga Press.