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When eleven-year-old Stella Rodriguez shows up at NASA to request that her recording be included in Carl Sagan’s Golden Record, something unexpected happens: A black hole follows her home.
Jay Asher’s new book, What Light, is currently heating up the film rights market. The YA novel is a follow-up to his highly successful Thirteen Reasons Why, which spent 65 weeks on the New York Times best-seller list and is now in the works as a series at Netflix.
Joe Hill, the son of Stephen King, continues to make his own way in the horror genre with his next book, The Fireman, currently on selective submission for film and television rights. The book is set for publication next spring.
The author of the upcoming film The Danish Girl and bestselling The 19th Wife is back with a new novel on the rights market centering on the dynamics of a professional tennis family.
Alex Gino’s debut novel tells a progressive story without condescending to its younger demographic. New York Times, MTV, and Paper Towns author John Green have all praised the story, the rights to which are now available.
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.
The critically acclaimed property, published in 2013, was previously under option at 20th Century Fox, with Chernin Entertainment producing and Bill Kennedy scripting, though sources confirm that the option has now run out. Now the property is back on the market, with buyers circling.
Two unhappily married friends, Lottie and Rose, decide to rent a cottage in Maine with an indie movie star, Caroline, and elderly Beverly, who is recovering from a heartbreaking loss, to spend the month away with them, learning about life and themselves in the process.
Author Brenda Bowen has hit the market with her debut novel Enchanted August. A modern re-telling of Elizabeth Von Arnim’s Enchanted April, the charming dramedy is proving to be a hot property, with film and television rights being shopped to buyers.
Tells the controversial story of how a loose-knit group of high-level scientists and scientific advisers, with deep connections in politics and industry going back to pro-tobacco lobbying in the 1960s, ran effective campaigns to mislead the public and deny hundreads of well-established scientific studies proving the existence of climate change.
The meticulously researched work makes the claim that a handful of conservative scientists with ties to big business have purposefully kept controversial debates about global warming, tobacco smoking, and more alive by deliberately muddling information.