SALES


Glossary

"nice deal" $1 - $49,000 "significant deal" $251,000 - $499,000
"very nice deal" $50,000 - $99,000 "major deal" $500,000 and up
"good deal" $100,000 - $250,000


FILM RIGHTS:

NYT and USA Today bestselling author Lisa Renee Jones's INSIDE OUT TRILOGY, an erotic suspense series, optioned to STARZ, with Suzanne Todd to produce. Later optioned to Paramount.



Children's: Young Adult:
Francesca Zappias ELIZA AND HER MONSTERS to Virginia Duncan at Greenwillow.


July 6, 2016 - INTO THE BLACK and THE RISING GOLD by Ava Jae
Children's: Young Adult
Ava Jae's INTO THE BLACK and THE RISING GOLD, the second and third book in the BEYOND THE RED trilogy, wherein an heir to the world throne is abducted by a rebel group of redbloods who won't release him until he swears to help them overthrow the very government he's inheriting, forcing an alien ex-queen and a skilled prince-turned-bounty hunter to attempt to find him before it's too late for both the future king and his kingdom, to Nicole Frail at Sky Pony Press, for publication in Fall 2017 and 2018, by Louise Fury at The Bent Agency (World).
Foreign: Biagi Literary Management
Film: The Kohner Agency

April 12, 2016 - THE GIRL WITH THE RED BALLOON by Katherine Locke
Children's: Young Adult
Katherine Locke's THE GIRL WITH THE RED BALLOON, about a teen who is yanked back in time by a red balloon and lands in 1988 East Berlin in the middle of a Cold War conspiracy of history and magic that is tied to her grandfather's miraculous escape from a death camp in 1943, to Wendy McClure at Albert Whitman, at auction, in a two-book deal, for publication in Fall 2017, by Louise Fury at The Bent Agency (World English)

December 10, 2015 - THE CLOSEST I'VE COME by Fred Aceves
Children's: Young Adult
Fred Aceves's debut THE CLOSEST I'VE COME, about an introspective Puerto Rican teen living in the Tampa projects where gangs, drugs, and gunfire are common but hope, compassion, and affection are rare, whose two new friendships change the way he sees the world, and give him hope that he can escape an abusive home life, excel at school, and avoid becoming an inner city statistic, to Annie Berger at Harper Children's, at auction, in a two-book deal, by Louise Fury at The Bent Agency (World English).

Ava Jae's debut BEYOND THE RED, in which a feud on a distant, crimson planet with established nanite technology creates a violent uprising that threatens the reign of a teenage queen and forces her to turn to her rebel half-blood bodyguard for help, before the planet's human population is destroyed at the hands of her power-hungry twin brother, to Nicole Frail at Sky Pony Press, in a nice deal, for publication in early 2016, by Louise Fury at The Bent Agency in association with Rachel Brooks of the L. Perkins Agency (World).

A.L. Davroe's NEXIS, about a teenager living among genetically engineered Aristocrats who loses her legs and discovers she can walk in a virtual-reality game called Nexis, and must accept help from her android companion before the virtual world seeps into reality and the consequences become deadly, to Liz Pelletier at Entangled Teen, in a nice deal, by Louise Fury at The Bent Agency (World). 

Lindsay Cummings's THE FEAR TRIALS, an e-novella set in the futuristic world of her debut novel, to Virginia Duncan at Greenwillow, by Louise Fury at L. Perkins Agency(world).

Francesca Zappia's debut ASK AGAIN LATER, about the ultimate unreliable narrator, a schizophrenic teenage girl unable to tell the difference between reality and delusion who discovers -- thanks to her Magic 8 ball, her little sister and a boy she thought was imaginary -- that sometimes there really is someone out to get you, to Virginia Duncan at Greenwillow, in a good deal, in a pre-empt, by Louise Fury at L. Perkins Agency (World English).

Twenty-year-old Lindsay Cummings's debut THE MURDER COMPLEX, set in a future world where the murder rate exceeds the birth rate and no one is safe, not even a 15-year-old trained by her father to fight, kill and survive against all odds, whose life changes forever when she falls in love with a boy harboring a terrible secret that could uncover the haunting truth about her family and put them both in mortal danger, to Virginia Duncan at Greenwillow (Harper), in a very nice deal, in a two-book deal, by Louise Fury at L. Perkins Agency.

R.R. Smythe's HEART MURMURS, wherein a transplant patient obsessed with Louisa May Alcott inherits her heart donor's memories and is then drafted by a secret society -- The Literati -- to help bring a rogue literary giant to justice, solve the mystery of her donor, and learn the real fate of Beth from Little Women, to Stephanie Taylor at Astraea Press, by Louise Fury at L. Perkins Agency (world English).




CHILDREN'S: MIDDLE GRADE:

Lynn Dickinson's BROTHER HATERS ANONYMOUS, when a frustrated young teen is humiliated in front of her entire middle school by her obnoxious eleven-year-old brother, she accepts a mysterious invitation to join a top-secret club that provides fun, friendship and sweet, sweet revenge, to Stephanie Taylor at Astraea Press, by Louise Fury at The Bent Agency (World English).

Lindsay Cummings's THE BALANCE KEEPERS, in which an 11-year-old is trained to balance five hidden earthly realms that have fallen into chaos and threaten to destroy the world, to Katie Bignell at Katherine Tegen Books, in a good deal, in a three-book deal, by Louise Fury at L. Perkins Agency for Lindsay Cummings; Peter Rubie at Fine Print Literary Management for PC Studio.



GRAPHIC NOVEL (YA):

Gabe Guarente's SATAN'S PREP, pitched as "Dante's Inferno" meets "Breakfast Club" about a teen slacker who discovers that high school really is Hell when his soul gets sent to a private academy in the underworld run by Lucifer himself, where he has to navigate the nine periods of eternal torture - dodging demon jocks and zombie cheerleaders - and try to maintain his humanity, while impressing a goth girl (Persephone) he has a crush on, to Julie Matysik at Sky Pony Press, in a nice deal, for publication in August 2013, by Louise Fury at L. Perkins Agency.



PICTURE BOOK:

Kevin Sheehan's THE DANDELION'S TALE, a tale of friendship, the power of memories and the cycle of life, to Anne Schwartz at Schwartz & Wade (Random House), by Louise Fury at L. Perkins Agency.



NEW ADULT:

Marie Meyer's debut THROUGH THE STORM, in which a promising fashion student--still grieving the loss of her parents during 9/11--leaves her small Midwestern to attend a prestigious design school, leaving behind her best friend and music's hottest new front man, but instead of losing touch, they find that distance brings them closer than they ever expected, to Megha Parekh at Grand Central, by Louise Fury at The Bent Agency (World).

NYT and USA Today bestselling author Lisa Renee Jones's self-published series THE SECRET LIFE OF AMY BENSEN, starting with ESCAPING REALITY and INFINITE POSSIBILITIES, along with the third unpublished book in the series FORSAKEN, to Micki Nuding at Gallery, in a major deal, by Louise Fury at The Bent Agency (World).
Film: Shari Smiley at Resolution.

Alessandra Thomas' WITH THE LIGHTS ON, a short story to be included in a new adult anthology titled FIFTY FIRST TIMES by Julie Cross, to Tessa Woodward at Avon Impulse, for publication in February 2014, by Louise Fury at The Bent Agency (world).

NYT and USA Today bestselling author Lisa Renee Jones's RIP, pitched as set in the world of Pretty Little Liars, to Caroline Carr at Kindle Worlds, for publication in 2013, by Louise Fury at L. Perkins Agency (World).



FICTION: WOMEN’S/ROMANCE:

NYT and USA TODAY bestselling author Jen McLaughlin writing as Diane Alberts's next two books in THE SHILLINGS AGENCY series, about former military men at a security firm and the women they love, to Liz Pelletier at Entangled Brazen, in a nice deal, by Louise Fury at The Bent Agency (World).

Sophie Jackson's A POUND OF FLESH, adapted from her fan fiction saga of the same name with over 4 million reads, featuring a strong-minded prison tutor who discovers that her aloof, though devastatingly handsome student is far more than he appears to be, to Micki Nuding at Gallery, in a significant deal, at auction, in a three-book deal, for publication in Spring 2016 and Spring 2017 by Louise Fury at The Bent Agency (NA).

Jamie K. Schmidt's FEVER, book 3 in the Club Inferno series, wherein the owner of a secret sex club finds her own happily ever after, to Sue Grimshaw at Loveswept, in a nice deal, by Louise Fury at The Bent Agency.

Sylvia Halliday's GLORIANA, the story of a female blacksmith in the 1700s and the duke she falls for, and seven backlist titles, to Mary Cummings at Diversion Books, by Louise Fury at The Bent Agency (World English).

Megan Frampton's WHEN GOOD EARLS GO BAD: A Victorian Valentine's Day Novella, to Lucia Macro at Avon Impulse, by Louise Fury at The Bent Agency (World).

Katherine Locke’s SERENADE, in which two dancers, reunited years after a career-ending car accident, find revisiting their complicated romance without the escape of ballet may mean risking the fragile recoveries they have made, to Kerri Buckley at Carina Press, in a two-book deal, for publication beginning in early 2015, by Louise Fury at The Bent Agency (World).

Diane Alberts's THE SHILLINGS AGENCY series, about former military men who work for the same private security agency and have a soft spot for people in trouble, and then trouble really finds them as they fall in love...one by one, to Heather Howland at Entangled Brazen, in a nice deal, in a four-book deal, for publication in Summer 2014, by Louise Fury at The Bent Agency (World).

Elizabeth Harmon's FALLING HARD, pitched as THE CUTTING EDGE on a mission to Moscow, in which a scandal-plagued American figure skater is offered one last chance to go for the gold by switching sides and partnering with one of Russia's highest-ranked male skaters…who happens to be the man she lost her virginity to, to Kerri Buckley at Carina Press, in a three-book deal, for publication starting in February 2015, by Louise Fury at The Bent Agency.

Kate Allure’s CLUB EXOTICA erotic romance series, to Deb Werksman at Sourcebooks, in a three-book deal, for publication in Spring 2015, by Louise Fury at The Bent Agency (World).

NYT and USA Today bestselling author Lisa Renee Jones's erotic e-novella, PLAY WITH ME, a contemporary holiday-themed novella in which a dedicated reporter and a powerful businessman get a chance to count their holiday blessings, to Sue Grimshaw at Loveswept, by Louise Fury at The Bent Agency (World English).

Marina Myles's A WARLOCKS DANCE and CHRISTMAS AT THORNCLIFF TOWERS, two e-novellas in the CURSED PRINCES SERIES of Gothic fairytale retellings, to Peter Senftleben at eKensington, by Louise Fury at The Bent Agency (World).

Marina Myles's SLEEPING BEAUTY AND THE DEMON and CINDERELLA AND THE GHOST, the next 2 books in the CURSED PRINCES SERIES of Gothic fairytale retellings, to Peter Senftleben at Kensington, by Louise Fury at The Bent Agency (World).

Megan Frampton's THE DUKE'S GUIDE TO CORRECT BEHAVIOR, a Victorian-set historical in which an irresponsible duke gets schooled in love by his daughter's governess--and discovers being proper can lead to some very improper behavior, to Lucia Macro at Avon, in a nice deal, in a two-book deal, by Louise Fury at The Bent Agency (World).

NYT and USA Today bestselling author Donna Grant's next three books in her bestselling Dark Kings paranormal romance series, again to Monique Patterson at St. Martin's, in a very nice deal, by Louise Fury at The Bent Agency (World).

Kate Allure's PLAYING DOCTOR, the first in a series of exotic romance anthologies, each featuring three hot stories of successful heroes, women who love to explore the boundaries of their sexuality, and the exciting fantasies that get played out behind closed doors, to Deb Werksman at Sourcebooks, in a four-book deal, by Louise Fury at The Bent Agency (World).

Cindy Nord's WITH OPEN ARMS, the second historical romance in The Cutteridge Series, which sculpts the impassioned journey of a tart-tongued vixen, wrenched from her chosen isolation by the arrival of a handsome former Union Army officer claiming half-ownership of her Southwestern territory ranch, to Tera Kleinfelter at Samhain Publishing, by Louise Fury at The Bent Agency (World English).

Diane Alberts's FALLING FOR THE GROOMSMAN, an installment of the Wedding Dare continuity, wherein a bridesmaid uses the wedding to get revenge on her former lover, but discovers vengeance isn't nearly as sweet as desire, to Heather Howland at Entangled Brazen, in a nice deal, for publication in Summer 2014, by Louise Fury at The Bent Agency (World).

Katana Collins's WICKED EXPOSURE, the first book in an erotic romantic suspense series about a NYC forensic photographer who travels to Portland, Maine to investigate her sister's murder and becomes romantically entangled with a local detective as well as a man from her sister's past, to Martin Biro at Kensington, in a nice deal, in a two-book deal, by Louise Fury at The Bent Agency (World).

NYT and USA Today bestselling author Lisa Renee Jones's NO IN BETWEEN and I BELONG TO YOU, the next two books in the INSIDE OUT SERIES, as well as 3 novellas, again to Micki Nuding at Gallery, in a major deal, by Louise Fury at The Bent Agency (World).
Film rights optioned to Starz, with Suzanne Todd (Alice In Wonderland, Austin Powers) producing, by Shari Smiley at Resolution.

Former porn star and NYT bestselling author Jenna Jameson's HONEY, written with author Hope Tarr (book 2 in the FATE series), pitched in the vein of Pretty Women in which a former escort must learn how to save herself from an abusive relationship with the help of a sexy ER doctor and find her own happily ever after, and its sequel SPICE, again to Jennifer McCartney at Skyhorse, by Louise Fury on behalf of the L. Perkins Agency, in association with Jackie Markham at Resource Media (NA English).

Jamie K. Schmidt's INNER GODDESS and PLEASURE EXPERIMENT, the first two books in The Couture Series, in which a doctor on the run from her abusive boyfriend finds salvation in the arms of a hunky self-defense instructor while hiding out in a secret sex club run by her sister, to Sue Grimshaw at Loveswept, in a nice deal, in a two-book deal, by Louise Fury at L. Perkins Agency.

Former porn star Jenna Jameson's fiction debut SUGAR, written with Harlequin author Hope Tarr, about a sexy starlet who thinks she's seen and done it all -- until she meets a man who teaches her otherwise, to Jennifer McCartney at Skyhorse, in a pre-empt, for publication in October 2013, by Louise Fury at L. Perkins Agency, in association with Jackie Markham at Resource Media (world English).

NYT and USA Today bestselling author Lisa Renee Jones's REBECCA'S LOST JOURNALS, a five-part serial connected to THE INSIDE OUT trilogy, starting with THE SEDUCTION, wherein one woman chronicles her descent into the world of BDSM and ending with a novella THE MASTER UNDONE, written in the voice of her master, to Micki Nuding at Gallery, by Louise Fury at L. Perkins Agency (World).

Indie books phenom Lisa Renee Jones's INSIDE OUT trilogy, pitched as 50 Shades of Grey meets Basic Instinct, to Micki Nuding at Gallery, in a major deal, in a three-book deal, with Gallery re-issuing the first book in the series as an ebook on September 13, 2012, by Louise Fury at L. Perkins Agency
Dutch rights to Prometheus in a pre-empt.
Film rights: Shari Smiley
Rights to Mondadori in Italy, in a pre-empt,  to Hayakawa in Japan, to Gummerus in Finland, to Vgs in Germany, to Psichogios in Greece, and to Urano in Spain, by Lisa Keim at Gallery.

Sarah Title's APPLE OF MY PIE, a novella about a female food truck owner whose amazing baking skills only come to fruition during the full moon, and the straight-laced accountant who falls in love with her but must deal with the fact the woman of his dreams believes she's cursed, to be published in an anthology headlined by NYT bestselling author Lori Foster, to Alicia Condon at Kensington, by Louise Fury at the L. Perkins Agency.

NYT and USA Today bestselling author Donna Grant's next two books in her bestselling Dark Kings paranormal romance series about dragons who walk the Earth disguised as humans and battle unknown forces who could expose their true form, again to Monique Patterson at St. Martin's, by Louise Fury at L. Perkins Agency (World).

Hope Tarr's CLAIMED BY THE ROGUE, to Amy Sherwood at Samhain Publishing, by Louise Fury at L. Perkins Agency (World English).

Rita-nominated author Louisa Rawlings writing as Sylvia Halliday's FOREVER WILD, PROMISE OF SUMMER, and STOLEN SPRINGS, to Lindsey Faber at Samhain Publishing, by Louise Fury at L. Perkins Agency (World English).

Marina Myles's BEAUTY AND THE WOLF, the first in a series of dark fairy tales, wherein a head-strong beauty brings her own curse to fruition by marrying a blood-lusting nobleman who happens to be a werewolf, followed by SNOW WHITE AND THE VAMPIRE, to Peter Senftleben at eKensington for publication in Summer 2013, by Louise Fury at L. Perkins Agency.

Susan Maguire writing as Sarah Title's KENTUCKY HOME, wherein a broken woman finds unexpected warmth and love with the help of a crumbling horse farm, a three-legged dog, and her fake fiancĂ©'s handsome older brother, to Alicia Condon at eKensington, in a three-book deal, for publication in spring 2013, by Louise Fury at the L. Perkins Agency. 

Jamie Schmidt's debut THE QUEEN'S WINGS, in which the fate of the dragon race revolves around a human woman who dreams of shifting into a dragon, to Liz Pelletier at Entangled, in a nice deal, in a three-book deal, by Louise Fury 

**Alex Beecrofts's BLESSED ISLE, for re-issue, a m/m romance in which a stern captain of the 18th century British Royal Navy falls for his wicked lieutenant with a love that could get both of them hanged, to Sarah Frantz at Riptide Publishing, by Louise Fury at the L. Perkins Agency.
Audio rights to Fred Godsmart at Audio Realms.
** this was filed under "Fiction:General" on Publishers Marketplace but it IS a ROMANCE, so I am filing it here!

Hope Tarr's novella A CINDERELLA CHRISTMAS CAROL, in which a tough-as-nails managing editor of a popular New York magazine is visited on Christmas Eve by a very sexy spirit, who happens to be the embodiment of the art director whose advances she dodges by day but dreams about by night, to Stacy Cantor Abrams at Entangled for publication in late 2012, by Louise Fury at the L. Perkins Agency.
Audio rights to Dark Desires Audio.

Former Senior Editor and contributing writer for O Magazine Suzan Colon's BEACH GLASS, wherein a sensible, stability-craving woman makes a birthday wish to marry her sweet boyfriend and start a family, but days later finds herself single, on a beach in Costa Rica, falling for her hot, mysterious surf instructor, and taking her ultimate risk -- falling in love, to Deb Smith at Bell Bridge Books by Louise Fury at L. Perkins Agency.

Hope Tarr's SUDDENLY CINDERELLA series, in which three unlikely Cinderellas are helped along by uber-cool fairy god friends and princess-worthy red stilettos as they meet their matches in contemporary retellings of the classic fairytale, beginning with OPERATION CINDERELLA, wherein a goth-girl editor is paired with a sexy conservative radio talk-showhost, to Stacy Cantor Abrams at Entangled, in a nice deal, in a three-book deal, by Louise Fury at the L. Perkins Agency
Audio rights to Dark Desires Audio, in a pre-empt.

Megan Frampton's HERO OF MY HEART, the first in a back-to-back Soldier Series wherein an opium-addicted marquess suffering from PTSD and a vicar's daughter enter into a twisted marriage of convenience to save each other, to Sue Grimshaw at Loveswept (Random House), in a two-book deal, by Louise Fury at L. Perkins Agency.

Golden Heart finalist Cindy Nord's NO GREATER GLORY, about a Union cavalry colonel who commandeers a Virginia plantation for his regiment's winter encampment, never suspecting the defiant widow determined to defend her once-grand home will instead conscript his cynical heart, to Tera Kleinfelter at Samhain Publishing, by Louise Fury at L. Perkins Agency.

Megan Frampton writing as Megan Caldwell's VANITY FARE, about a 40-year-old Brooklyn mother, recently divorced with a son, who starts writing copy for a bakery, discovers a knack for food-related literary puns, and becomes entangled in a love triangle, to Wendy Lee at William Morrow (Harper), in a nice deal, by Louise Fury at L. Perkins Agency.

Joy Daniels's REVVING HER UP, about a sexually frustrated lawyer who gets stuck in a small town where a hot stockcar mechanic introduces her to the temptation of speed with breakneck thrill-rides in, on and outside of the racecar, to Christa Desir at Samhain Publishing, by Louise Fury at L. Perkins Agency.



URBAN FANTASY:
Jennifer Safrey's TOOTH AND NAIL, in which a tough-girl boxer and girlfriend of an aspiring politician discovers she is an unlikely faerie - a tooth faerie whose destiny is to defend her heritage from harm, but she finds that being a protector of the fae might mean sacrificing everything she loves about being human, to Jeremy Lassen at Night Shade Books, in a nice deal, by Louise Fury at L. Perkins Agency.



GENERAL FICTION:

BLACK RANSOM, in which a band of outlaws escape from a prison in Arizona and take lawmen and innocents as hostages in the desert with plans to execute the former and hold the rest for ransom, but plans change when they are forced to work with their captives for survival as the threat of an Apache uprising approaches, to Faith Black at Berkley (Penguin), by Louise Fury at L. Perkins Agency.
Audio rights to Fred Godsmart at Audio Realms.



NON-FICTION:

Lori Perkins's 50 WRITERS ON 50 SHADES OF GREY, an anthology by a panel of insiders - from the editor who first "discovered" Fifty Shades of Grey, to BDSM experts, erotica authors, feminists, romance writers, and a whole lot more - extending the conversation about the pop culture phenomenon that has captured the imaginations of so many, from the sexual politics and its fanfiction origins to what sets it apart from other erotic fiction and romance (and what doesn't), to Leah Wilson at BenBella Books, by Louise Fury at L. Perkins Agency.

Shawn Fury's RISE & FIRE: A Biography of the Jump Shot, exploring the play that revolutionized basketball and provided the greatest moments in the sport's history-- from Michael Jordan's legacy-defining jumpers to Ray Allen's mastery-- and is a technical, personal, historical and even spiritual examination of the shot, to Bob Miller at Flatiron Books, in a nice deal, by Louise Fury at The Bent Agency (World).



HORROR:

Hunter Shea's MONTAUK MONSTER, wherein a small town is gripped by terror as horrifying beasts, a flesh-eating disease without a cure, and a secret government lab in meltdown all threaten to devour the small town of Montauk and, perhaps, the world, unless a lone police officer can discover the truth, to Gary Goldstein at Kensington, in a nice deal, in a two-book deal, by Louise Fury at The Bent Agency on behalf of the L. Perkins Agency (World).

Hunter Shea's GRAVEYARD SPEAKS, about a dark spirit that rises from the grave and steadily grows in strength in a nightly ritual that may be too powerful for even a young ghost hunter to stop, and HELL HOLE, in which a former cowboy, Apache war scout, Rough Rider, and New York City cop is sent by his friend President Roosevelt to an abandoned Wyoming mining town haunted by tales of gold, ghosts and the devil himself, to Don D'Auria at Samhain Publishing, by Louise Fury at L. Perkins Agency (World English).

Jonathan Janz's DUST DEVILS, about a young rancher in 1885 New Mexico who battles a quintet of vampires pretending to be a traveling troupe of actors, to Don D'Auria at Samhain Publishing, by Louise Fury at L. Perkins Agency (World English).

Jonathan Janz's BLOODSHOT: KINGDOM OF SHADOWS, in which the hero from Valiant Comics takes on the mob and an even more dangerous adversary in order to save an old friend's life, to Caroline Carr at Kindle Worlds, for publication in 2013, by Louise Fury at L. Perkins Agency (World).

Gabe Guarente's BURNING BRIGHT, pitched as written in the world of Valiant-Harbinger, to Caroline Carr at Kindle Worlds, for publication in 2013, by Louise Fury at L. Perkins Agency (World).

W. D. Gagliani and David Benton's VORACIOUS IN VEGAS, pitched as written in the world of VAMPIRE DIARIES, to Caroline Carr at Kindle Worlds, for publication in 2013, by Louise Fury at L. Perkins Agency (World).

Bram Stoker Award-nominated author W. D. Gagliani's WOLF'S CUT, the 5th book in the Nick Lupo series of noir horror thrillers, in which a cop who is also an increasingly desperate werewolf discovers that an evil organization has infiltrated the Pentagon and organized crime is seeking to take over the tribal casino, so with time running out, he must figure out how to play the two against each other and survive the crossfire, to Don D'Auria at Samhain Publishing, by Louise Fury at L. Perkins Agency.

Hunter Shea's SINISTER ENTITY, about a young, brash ghost hunter, who teams up with the ancestor of the world's greatest psychic-medium to confront a doppelganger that is terrorizing a New Hampshire teen, to Don D'Auria at Samhain Publishing, by Louise Fury at L. Perkins Agency.

Hunter Shea's EVIL ETERNAL, a lone priest imbued with supernatural powers ascends from the Vatican's secret catacombs to exterminate hell's mightiest demon that has been set loose in New York to open the gates of hell, to Don D'Auria at Samhain Publishing, by Louise Fury at L. Perkins Agency.

Bram Stoker Award-nominated W. D. Gagliani's WOLF'S TRAP, for re-issue, in which a cop who is also a werewolf must track down a serial killer who knows his secret, to Don D'Auria at Samhain Publishing, by Louise Fury at the L. Perkins Agency.

Hunter Shea's FOREST OF SHADOWS, a tale that answers the question: How far will man go to learn the secrets of the dead? While recovering from the death of his wife, an amateur ghost hunter awakens dark phantasms never meant to be resurrected from their cold Alaskan grave, to Don D'Auria at Samhain Publishing, by Louise Fury at L. Perkins Agency.

Hunter Shea's SWAMP MONSTER MASSACRE, a mix of crime noir and monster tale, wherein Rooster Murphy and his band of captors must make a deadly trek through a forgotten land inhabited by lethal creatures bent on revenge, leaving a trail of carnage in their wake, to Don D'Auria at Samhain Publishing, for publication in October 2012 by Louise Fury at the L. Perkins Agency.



THRILLER:

Hunter Shea's HELLS HOLE, in which a former cowboy, Apache war scout, Rough Rider, and New York City cop is sent by his friend President Roosevelt to an abandoned Wyoming mining town haunted by tales of gold, ghosts and the devil himself, to Don D'Auria at Samhain Publishing, by Louise Fury at The Bent Agency on behalf of the L. Perkins Agency (World English).

Hunter Shea’s THE WAITING, pitched as inspired by actual events, wherein a newlywed struggles between life and death, her body fed and preserved by machines while her husband is tormented by the terror and mystery of the boy (not of this world) who stalks her bedside, walks without sound, whispers words that can’t be deciphered and runs up and down darkened hallways waiting for her fading soul, to Don D’Auria at Samhain Publishing, by Louise Fury at The Bent Agency (World English).



AUDIO:


  • NYT and USA Today bestselling author Jen McLaughlin's OUT OF LINE and OUT OF TIME, the first two books in a New Adult Romance series about a Senator's daughter and her romance with her bodyguard who is a Marine by day, but surfer by night, to Vanessa Willoughby and Ron Formica at Tantor Media, by Louise Fury at The Bent Agency (World English).


  • NYT and USA Today bestselling author Donna Grant's A DARK GUARDIAN, A KIND OF MAGIC, A DARK SEDUCTION, A FORBIDDEN TEMPTATION, and A WARRIOR'S HEART, to Ron Formica at Tantor, by Louise Fury at L. Perkins Agency.


  • Hope Tarr's TEMPTING, to Audio Realms, by Louise Fury at L. Perkins Agency.


  • All three books in Hope Tarr’s SUDDENLY CINDERELLA Series to Dark Desires Audio in a pre-empt.  


  • Hope Tarr's novella A CINDERELLA CHRISTMAS CAROL to Dark Desires Audio.


  • Golden Heart finalist Cindy Nord's NO GREATER GLORY, a Civil War romance, to Fred Godsmart at Audio Realms, by Louise Fury at L. Perkins Agency.


  • Hunter Shea's EVIL ETERNAL, to Fred Godsmart at Audio Realms, by Louise Fury at L. Perkins Agency.


  •  Bram Stoker Award-nominated W. D. Gagliani's WOLF'S TRAP, to Audio Realms, by Louise Fury at L. Perkins Agency.
  •