We have a LOT of happy news for October. (It’s almost as if, I don’t know, we’re getting close to our debut year, or something.)
Heidi Schultz has sold a picture book to Bloomsbury Kids that will be out in 2015–and it sounds adorable: Giraffes Ruin Everything.
Livia Blackburne has published a novella that takes place in the world of her debut novel. It’s called Poison Dance, and believe me, it’s really, really, really fantastic! It’s on sale for .99 cents at Amazon, Nook, Kobo, and iBooks, so take a look!
Julie Murphy has sold the Australian rights to her novel, Side Effects May Vary. Woohoo!!!
14KidLit in the news/media/lists:
Tess Sharpe‘s Far From You has been selected as an Indies Introduce Pick for Spring 2014. Congrats, Tess!
(l to r) Robin Constantine, Rebecca Petruck, and Jaye Robin Brown at the SCBWI Carolinas conference
Helene Dunbar’s These Gentle Wounds was revealed on YABooksCentral.
Tara Dairman’s All Four Stars was revealed at Emu’s Debuts:
Lauren Magaziner’s The Only Thing Worse Than Witches:
AdriAnne Strickland’s Wordless was also revealed on YABooksCentral:
Rebecca Behrens’s When Audrey Met Alice was revealed on MundieKids:
|Amber Lough lives in Syracuse, NY with an astrophysicist and their two kids, Future CEO and Future Comedian. She spent half her childhood in Japan and the Middle East, but majored in Russian because she likes a challenge. She quit her job in the Air Force to write stories. Her Middle Eastern fantasy, THE FIRE WISH, is due from Random House Children’s in Fall 2014.|