Tag Archives: TBA Clients

Congratulations to the following TBA clients on their subsidiary rights deals! Jean Pendziwol’s THE LIGHTKEEPER’S DAUGHTERS sold in Portugal to 20/20 Editora, in Canada to Groupe Sogides, and in France to Editions Leducs. Lori Nelson Spielman’s THE LIFE LIST sold … Continue reading

Deal Announcements

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I’m thrilled to announce deals for Hilary McKay’s new novel, to be called THE SKYLARKS’ WAR when Macmillan publishes it in the UK and LOVE TO EVERYONE in the US, where it will be published by Margaret K. McElderry Books/Simon … Continue reading

Deal Announcements, Molly's posts

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Today on the blog, I’ve interviewed my clients Mo O’Hara, Sam Watkins, Ruth Fitzgerald and Sam Hay about school visits. If you are a debut author thinking about planning school visits, we hope you find this helpful. If you have … Continue reading

Gemma's posts, Guest Posts

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We are talking marketing on the blog for the next few months, and TBA clients Rachael Allen and Felicia Chernesky have kindly shared some advice for new authors.  First up, Rachael:    1. You can’t do everything. If you’re a … Continue reading

Gemma's posts, Guest Posts

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Going to the ALA Annual Conference in San Francisco this week? Be sure to meet the TBA authors who’ll be there too: Saturday, June 27, 9:00 a.m.–10:00 a.m.   Exhibit Hall, booth 1022 Sheila Grau, author of the popular middlegrade … Continue reading

Molly's posts

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This month on the blog, we are still talking about editing, so we asked a few agency clients to share their favorite editorial notes: Katy Cannon Twitter: @KatyJoCannonMy agent, Gemma, always writes the best comments on my manuscripts. Some are insightful, … Continue reading

Gemma's posts, Guest Posts

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A guest post from TBA client Martin Stewart. Back to the Future was nearly called Spaceman from Pluto. Toy Story’s initial storyboards cast Sheriff Woody as a sarcastic bully who picked mercilessly on Buzz. In Melville’s first draft, the opening line … Continue reading

Guest Posts, Molly's posts

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