Silver Lining Playbooks author sells YA to Little, Brown
Publisher’s Weekly reported the sale of Matthew Quick’s Every Exquisite Thing to Little, Brown. Nanette O’Hare is given a mysterious out-of-print cult classic by a beloved teacher that sparks rebellion in her. Every Exquisite Thing is scheduled for publication in spring 2016 with film rights already sold. For more, visit Matthew Quick’s website or follow him on Twitter Twitter or Facebook.
Sophie Kinsella sells first YA novel
Publisher’s Weekly reported that Delacorte Press acquired Finding Audrey, the first YA novel by Sophie Kinsella. The novel is scheduled for June 2015 and follows a 14-year-old girl with anxiety disorder. For more, visit Sophie Kinsella’s website or follow her on Twitter or Facebook.
Clarion Books buys new Benjamin Alire Sáenz novel
Publisher’s Weekly reported Benjamin Alire Sáenz’s The Inexplicable Logic of My Heart sold to Clarion Books. It is scheduled for release in spring 2016. For more, follow Benjamin Alire Sáenz on Twitter.
When We Collided sells to Bloomsbury U.S. / U.K.
Publisher’s Weekly reported that both Bloomsbury U.S. and Bloomsbury U.K. acquired When We Collided by Emery Lord. Jonah struggles to move on after his father’s death and meets Vivi – and summer love explodes. When We Collided is scheduled for release in spring 2016. For more, visit Emery Lord’s website or follow her on Twitter or Tumblr.