Category Archives: Books
In Kalamazoo City, two platypi detectives are tasked with fighting crime and corruption.
Centers on a young woman with a “once-in-a-generation” palate who becomes the head chef and shepherd of the country’s most premier and exclusive underground dinner spot.
A major league umpire communicates with a gorgeous female alien through his remarkably vivid dreams, who warns him of an impending invasion by an enemy race called The Zhek.
An autistic 10-year-old is locked away from most of the world due to his Asperger’s and agoraphobia. He does, however, have the gift of bringing anything he draws to life; unfortunately he only seems to draw monsters.
The life of commodities trader and backroom oil dealer, Marc Rich, from his personal life to his indictment for illegally trading oil with Iran during the hostage crisis embargo.
Psychological thriller The Hand That Feeds You by A.J. Rich hits the rights market. The novel is being hailed as a smart, thrilling, sexy, and emotionally riveting story of psychological suspense about an accomplished woman involved with a man who proves to be an imposter.
Rights to the international phenomenon The Rabbit Who Wants To Fall Asleep have hit the market, with agents hoping the best-selling illustrated children’s book will become an animated juggernaut.
Roger The Rabbit, a sleep-deprived rabbit, seeks the help of his Mommy Rabbit, Uncle Yawn and Sleepy Snail to fall asleep. An international bestseller, originally self-published on Amazon.com in 2010.
A crime writer wakes up in a hospital forty-eight hours after spending a weekend in an eerie glass house for her distant friend’s bachelor party, stricken with amnesia but armed with the bitter knowledge that someone is dead.
Based on William Giraldi’s 2014 novel, a village hires an expert hunter to bring back a child that has been stolen by wolves, but as he travels across the tundra, he begins to wonder who is hunting who.
The rights to philanthropy expert David Callahan’s latest book, The Givers: Big Philanthropy and the New Power Elite Shaping Our Future, have hit the market.
Famed food journalist Layne Mosler’s first memoir Driving Hungry, based on her popular blog Taxi Gourmet, has hit the rights market after a delicious reception from both critics and fans.
Two men form an unlikely friendship in the mid-70s as they try to find love and happiness in the gay dance club scene in New York City.
A world-famous financier, an extreme skier, and an aging rocker all happen to share something in common: they have the same name, and they’re all seeking a different life.
Imperative Entertainment is moving forward with a feature adaptation of Paula McLain’s Circling the Sun. The Tracking Board first reported that Imperative had optioned the bestselling novel back in August.
Logline: In roaring 20s New York City, a 31-year-old society matron and and her stalwart Swedish cook must solve the mystery of a missing film reel before a killer closes in on them.
Rights to the first literary project from Sonia Faruqi, Project Animal Farm, have hit the market. The investment banker-turned-food-farm-investigator’s critcally acclaimed debut is part memoir, part expose of the global food industry, being pitched as Wild meets The Omnivore’s Dilemma.
Logline: Based on the true-story of Sonia Faruqi, an Ivy League graduate and Wall Street investment banker who had no idea that the night she arrived at the doorstep of a dairy farm would mark the beginning of a journey that would ultimately wind all the way around the world.
Based on the Jules Verne novel, Captain Nemo and crew go on an epic adventure aboard his submarine, the Nautilus.
A wealthy real estate mogul is shown a path to redemption by the ghosts of Christmas Past, Present and Future in a contemporary re-imagining of A Christmas Carol.
Based on the Kent Haruf novel, a widow and widower try to spark a romantic relationship with each other for their remaining years.
The big screen adaptation of When We Were Animals is moving forward at Sony Pictures Entertainment, with Scott Rudin Productions coming on board to bring one of the year’s hottest literary properties to life.
Follows a group of teens who use their newfound ability to shapeshift into animals to battle a secret alien invasion.
The epic adventure takes place in a land called the Stillness – ironic, given the this is a world that experiences periodic apocalyptic events as a part of its regular weather patterns.
Twins Alex and Connor are magically teleported to a land where fairy tales are real.
After slipping out from its option with JJ Abrams & Warner Bros, Barry Lancet’s first novel of his successful Jim Brodie series hits the market again, with CAA making moves.