Category Archives: Books
The origin story of the world’s most famous doll and the woman who created her.
A journalist who unknowingly works for a spy agency is drawn into a tangled web.
After a heartbreak, a high school senior devises a mysterious formula to help classmates fine love.
Follows the adventures of a young Merlin, long before he becomes the great wizard who helps King Arthur.
Follows a group of desperate men who are hired to transport a shipment of highly explosive nitroglycerin across the jungle.
Based on the memoir of late The Doors’ manager Danny Sugerman.
Wesley Chu’s latest sci-fi thriller, The Recovered, is starting to heat up the rights market. His previous novel, Time Salvager, sold to Paramount, with Michael Bay and Lorenzo Di Bonaventura attached to produce.
Centers on the life and death of famed playwright Tennessee Williams, who wrote iconic works such as A Streetcar Named Desire, Cat On A Hot Tin Roof, The Glass Menagerie, and countless others.
Kept under wraps, but pitched as a live-action feature centered around Esmeralda from The Hunchback of Notre Dame.
Kept under wraps, but pitched as a time travel procedural with franchise potential.
Follows the four Willoughby children: Timothy, twin brothers Barnaby A and Barnaby B, and little sister Jane, who are abandoned by their oblivious parents and must learn how to create a new family of their own.
This article takes you inside the web’s secret platform known as Dark Net. Considered the new “Wild West,” its lawlessness is now pushing the government to reconsider its involvement and the fate of online privacy hangs in the balance.
Contributing editor of The Rolling Stone, David Kushner, published a new article in the zine entitled “The Darknet: Is the Government Destroying ‘the Wild West of the Internet?'” in October of this year, taking the reader inside the web’s secret platform known as The Darknet. It’s now on the TV and film rights market.
In order to save her kidnapped grandfather, the risk-taking Evie teams with shy Sebastian in order to reunite her grandfather’s old explorer team, the Filipendulous Five, who disbanded for reasons unknown.
Adaptation of Jack London’s classic novel about a canine’s journey from life in the wild to domestication.
Eileen Dunlop divides her days between caring for her alcoholic father and dealing with juvenile delinquents as a secretary at a boy’s prison, but things get interesting when a new co-worker, Rebecca Saint John, starts to get her out of her rut.
Writer and food blogger serves of a new, female-driven tale that is being described as The Devil Wears Prada meets Kitchen Confidential. CAA is handling the film rights with Janklow & Nesbit repping the book which is in stores now.
An aspiring cookbook author discovers the glamour — and toxic realities — of the New York restaurant scene when she’s recruited to serve as a ghost writer and surrogate eater for a famed Times’ restaurant critic desperate to hide that he’s lost his sense of taste.
Follows superhacker Lisbeth Salander and investigative journalist, Mikael Blomkvist as they find themselves at the center of a tangled web of spies, cybercriminals, and corrupt governments.
Former Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke has written a book detailing his ascension to one of the most powerful positions in the world, and how he and his team steered the US economy through one its most tumultuous periods in the wake of the 2008 financial crisis. The TV and film rights are now available.
Centers on a twelve-year-old witch who must navigate a slew of bizarre magical tasks in order to claim a dark castle as her own.
Follows two lovers separated by thousands of miles and engaged in dangerous situations, who find comfort in their memories of their intense romance.
Damien Lewis’s non-fiction book about the creation of black ops during WWII is in final negotiations to be acquired by Paramount Pictures. Jerry Bruckheimer will produce for the studio.
The story takes place in 1939, with Germany destroying mainland Europe, Winston Churchill decided to change tactics: stop fighting under accepted gentlemanly rules of engagement.
Over the course of decades, Alda Ducci and Loretta Young encounter scandal and adventure, choose love and passion, and forge an enduring bond of love and loyalty that will be put to the test when they eventually face the greatest obstacle of their lives.
With elements of the classic Ferris Bueller’s Day Off, Greg Bardsley’s second novel creates a wish-fulfilling comedy for adults, and it’s now available on the film rights market.
Tells the true story of Capt. Ernest Evans, the U.S. Naval Commander posthumously awarded the Congressional Medal of Honor for his actions during the Battle off Samar, considered the largest naval battle in history.