Friday, October 20, 2017

Subsidiary Rights Deal Announcements

Congratulations to the following TBA clients on their subsidiary rights deals! 

Gary John Bishop’s UNF*CK YOURSELF sold in Poland to Insignis, in Korea to Woongjin Think Big at auction, in Italy to Rizzoli Ragazzi, in the Netherlands to Scriptum, and in Germany to Scorpio at auction.

Stephanie Burgis’ THE DRAGON WITH A CHOCOLATE HEART sold in China to Guomai in a pre-empt, in a two-book deal, and in Portugal to 20/20 Editora.

Kristen Ciccarelli's THE LAST NAMSARA sold in Hungary to Maxim.

Scarlett Cole’s JORDAN RECLAIMED sold in France to Lattès in a two-book deal.

Scarlett Cole’s ELLIOTT REDEEMED sold in France to Lattès in a two-book deal.

Hope Cook’s HOUSE OF ASH sold in France to Bayard.

L.H. Cosway’s HEART series sold in Germany to Lyx Digital in a three-book deal.

Ruby Elliot’s IT’S ALL ABSOLUTELY FINE sold in China to ThinKingDom in a pre-empt.

Stephanie Garber’s CARAVAL sold in Greece to Psichogios.

A.G. Howard’s ENSNARED sold in Croatia to Lumen.

A.G. Howard’s UNHINGED sold in Serbia to Publik Praktikum.

Geneva Lee’s CATCHING LIAM sold in Germany to Blanvalet in a two-book deal.

Geneva Lee’s UNWRAPPING LIAM sold in Germany to Blanvalet in a two-book deal.

Geneva Lee’s ROYAL series sold in the Netherlands to Boekerij in a three-book deal, in Russia to Ripol Classic in a three-book deal, in Turkey to Pay Dijital in a three-book deal, and in Croatia to 24 SATA in a three-book deal.

Goldy Moldavsky’s KILL THE BOY BAND sold in France to Le Seuil at auction.

Dominic Nolan’s A WOMAN WITH NO MORE PAST sold in Germany to Luebbe.

j.a. reynolds’ OPPOSITE OF ALWAYS sold in Serbia to Publik Praktikum, in the Czech Republic to Albatros Media, and in Brazil to Novo Conceito in a two-book deal.

Lygia Day Peñaflor’s ALL OF THIS IS TRUE sold in the Netherlands to Leopold in a pre-empt, in Italy to Piemme in a pre-empt, in Sweden to Opal, in France to Albin-Michel at auction, in Denmark to Carlsen, and in Germany to Arena Verlag.
Jacqueline Sheehan’s LOST AND FOUND sold in Brazil to Novo Conceito.

Jo Spain's SLEEPING BEAUTIES sold in Germany to Leubbe. 

Jo Spain’s THE CONFESSION sold in the Netherlands to De Fontein, in Sweden to Modernista, and in Poland to Wydawnictwo.

Lori Nelson Spielman’s THE LIFE LIST sold in Poland to Rebis in a two-book deal.

Lori Nelson Spielman’s SWEET FORGIVENESS sold in Finland to Otava in a two-book deal.

Lori Nelson Spielman’s QUOTE ME sold in Finland to Otava in a two-book deal, in Denmark to Art People, in China to Booky in a pre-empt, in Norway to Cappelen Damm, in Poland to Rebis in a two-book deal, and in France to Le Cherche Midi.

Jo Spain’s SLEEPING BEAUTIES sold in Germany to Luebbe.

Anstey Spraggan’s GOODBYE, PARIS sold in Germany to Ullstein in a six-figure pre-empt, in Italy to Sperling at auction, and in Poland to Czarna Owca at auction.

Robin Stevens’ FIRST CLASS MURDER sold in France to Editions Flammarion in a two-book deal.

Robin Stevens’ JOLLY FOUL PLAY sold in France to Editions Flammarion in a two-book deal, and in Poland to Grupa MAC S.A.

Robin Stevens’ MURDER MOST UNLADYLIKE sold in the Ukraine to Nebo Booklab, and in Norway to Aschehoug.

Robin Stevens’ ARSENIC FOR TEA sold in the Ukraine to Nebo Booklab in a two-book deal, and in Norway to Aschehoug in a two-book deal.

Jessica Townsend’s NEVERMOOR sold in Lithuania to Alma Littera.

Lynn Weingarten’s SUICIDE NOTES FROM BEAUTIFUL GIRLS sold in Poland to JK Jacek Kaszyk.  

Lori Wilde's THE WELCOME HOME GARDEN CLUB sold in Germany to Weltbild.

Francesca Zappia’s ELIZA AND HER MONSTERS sold in Russia to Eksmo, and in Romania to Storia Books. 

Tuesday, October 3, 2017

Happy Release Day to 

THE LAST NAMSARA by Kristen Ciccarelli!!!

A Forbidden Love. 
A Kingdom At War. 
A Secret That Will Change Everything. 

- From HarperTeen!


Monday, October 2, 2017

Heather is looking for YA/MG interns!

I have openings for YA/MG interns! 

I represent YA/MG fiction across the board, but make sure you have a look at my bio to see if our tastes align!

You do not need to have any kind of publishing experience, but you should love to read and be familiar with all sorts of fiction in these categories, particularly with books on the New York Times bestseller lists. The internship is a great way to learn more about an agent’s work and decision-making process. Past interns have been writers, librarians, teachers and educators, MFA students, and passionate readers. You do not need to live in New York—this is a remote internship. We ask for a ten-hours-a-week commitment. 

While this internship is unpaid, TBA values our interns' contributions, and holds monthly educational chats for all of our interns, led by a different agent/on a different topic each time. And in between those events, I answer as many questions about the publishing process that I can. I ask for a six-month commitment, but most of my interns stick around for a lot longer!

Interested? 

To apply for the YA/MG Intern position, send the information below to: HeathersInterns@gmail.comwith subject line YA/MG Intern.

-       Tell me why you want the internship, and a little about yourself, including relevant experience. Feel free to attach a resume if you feel it would help – though it’s not necessary.
-       List your top 10 favorite books of all time
-       List the last 10 YA/MG books you've read


If you've applied in the past, you're absolutely welcome to apply again. I usually receive quite a few applicants, so the application period could close fairly quickly; watch this space and @HeddaFlaherty on Twitter for details!


TBA Monthly Wishlist - October 2017

It's time again for the Monthly Wishlist! Here's the project that each TBA agent would love to see in their submission inbox. If you have something that fits with the below, please check out our submission guidelines and send it over. We can't wait to read!

Middle grade fantasy with a strong voice and smart humour like THE VOYAGE TO MAGICAL NORTH by Claire Fayers, and chapter books with a big hook written by marginalized authors – Gemma Cooper

’Tis the season, I’m in in the mood for dark dark fantasy or horror - fiction or graphic novel! – Heather Flaherty

Would love to find a really authentic quirky voice such as in The Rosie Project, as well as looking for a high concept crime novel – Sarah Manning

Nonfiction sports books, whether narratives like Friday Night Lights, histories of great teams or moments or biographies of legendary athletes, coaches or teams. Interested in books on major sports like baseball, football and basketball but also other sports if there is a compelling story – Louise Fury**

**Louise is currently closed to queries, but if you have something that matches her wishlist, please send and add #TBAwishlist to your subject header