Nov 052019
 

Author photo of Carissa Ann Lynch.USA Today and Wall Street Journal bestselling author of MY SISTER IS MISSING and forthcoming LIKE FOLLOW KILL, Carissa Ann Lynch’s SHE LIED SHE DIED, in which an aspiring true crime writer comes face to face with the female killer that has haunted her since her youth and receives a cryptic warning: when bad girls lie, good girls die, to Charlotte Ledger at One More Chapter, in a two-book deal, for publication in Fall 2020, by Katie Shea Boutillier.

Oct 312019
 

a pair of black ear budsAudio rights to Kathryn Craft’s THE ART OF FALLING, to Kim Budnick at Tantor Media, by Katie Shea Boutillier.

Audio rights to a new novella in Martha Wells’ Hugo and Nebula Award-winning The Murderbot Diaries series, to Brian Sweany at Recorded Books, by Michael Curry for Jennifer Jackson.

Audio rights to Premee Mohamed’s novella THE APPLE-TREE THRONE, to Stefan Rudnicki at Skyboat Media, by Michael Curry.

Oct 252019
 

‘Absolutely chilling’ Wendy Heard, author of Hunting Annabelle and Kill Club

‘One word of advice when reading this book—trust no one’ Wendy Heard

Badly scarred after the accident that killed her husband, Camilla Brown locks herself away from the world.  Her only friendships are online, where everyone lives picture-perfect lives.

In private Camilla can follow anyone she likes. And Camilla likes a lot.

Especially her old school friend Valerie Hutchens.  Camilla is obsessed with Valerie’s posts, her sickening joy for life, her horribly beautiful face.  But then Camilla spots something strange in one of Valerie’s posts – a man’s face looking through her window, watching, waiting…

And then Valerie goes missing…

Oct 022019
 

photo of author Shaun David HutchinsonLiesa Abrams at Simon Pulse has acquired We Are the Ants author Shaun David Hutchinson‘s A (Complicated) Love Story Set in Space, the story of Noa and DJ, who wake up on a spaceship with no idea how they got there, facing one life-threatening emergency after another while also dealing with their feelings for one another. The book will publish in spring 2021; Katie Shea Boutillier negotiated the deal for North American rights.

Sep 302019
 

a pair of black ear budsAudio rights to debut author Wayne Santos’s THE CHIMERA CODE, to Brian Sweany at Recorded Books, at auction, by Katie Shea Boutillier on behalf of Jennie Goloboy.

Audio rights to USA Today bestselling author Molly O’Keefe’s self-published backlist titles, to Lorna Henry at Dreamscape Media, in an eight-book deal, including rights to Julie Kriss’s THE BASTARD and S. Doyle’s THE BODYGUARD, by Katie Shea Boutillier.

Sep 262019
 

School Library Journal: A must-purchase for libraries, as this book will resonate with teen readers who live with depression or other mental illnesses, as well as teens who identify as LGBTQ.

Sep 112019
 

Cover of The Apocalypse of Elena Mendoza by Shaun David Hutchinson.The Booklist Reader: While for Good Omens protagonists, Aziraphale and Crowley, the apocalypse is set to start after teatime, for Elena Mendoza, it begins at Starbucks. She just wanted to talk to her crush, Freddie. But then the siren from the Starbucks logo starts speaking to Elena, and Elena saves Freddie from a gunshot wound, and before you know it, Elena is a certified miracle worker. In fact, the voices she hears want her to work more miracles, and they want her to ignore the fact that when she does, people disappear in a beam of golden light. It would be really nice if the troll dolls—and the bossy voices that appear in a variety of other objects—would just stop talking to her. But what if the disappearances tied to Elena’s miracles have the power to save people from a terrible future?

Sep 042019
 

Debut author and Yale Writers’ Workshop alum Tori Whitaker’s MILLICENT GLENN’S LAST WISH, a dual timeline story set in post-WWII and present-day Cincinnati suburbs, in which a woman must face her decades-long secret of tragedy in a crowded baby-boom maternity ward, and its effects on her family, to Chris Werner at Lake Union Publishing, for publication in fall 2020, by Katie Shea Boutillier.

Aug 312019
 

Bulgarian rights to Robert McCammon’s BOY’S LIFE, to Iztok-Zapad, in a renewal, by Milena Kaplarevic at Prava I Prevodi, on behalf of Katie Shea Boutillier for Cameron McClure.

Danish rights to Emily Wibberley and Austin Siegemund-Broka’s IF I’M BEING HONEST, to Palatium , by Philip Sane and Elin Rydner at Lennart Sane Agency on behalf of Katie Shea Boutillier.

French rights to Nnedi Okorafor’s KABU KABU, to ActuSF, by Robin Batet at Anna Jarota Agency on behalf of Katie Shea Boutillier for Donald Maass.

Aug 202019
 

Cover of The Apocalypse of Elena Mendoza by Shaun David Hutchinson.Booklist Readers: While for Good Omens protagonists, Aziraphale and Crowley, the apocalypse is set to start after teatime, for Elena Mendoza, it begins at Starbucks. She just wanted to talk to her crush, Freddie. But then the siren from the Starbucks logo starts speaking to Elena, and Elena saves Freddie from a gunshot wound, and before you know it, Elena is a certified miracle worker. In fact, the voices she hears want her to work more miracles, and they want her to ignore the fact that when she does, people disappear in a beam of golden light. It would be really nice if the troll dolls—and the bossy voices that appear in a variety of other objects—would just stop talking to her. But what if the disappearances tied to Elena’s miracles have the power to save people from a terrible future?