Next Book News!

As we enter the fourth month of 2014, many of the OneFour Kidlitters are looking beyond our debuts to what’s next on the horizon. With that in mind, we now have a new monthly feature to spotlight all that “Next Book” news. Much like our 14th posts, we’ll share covers, reviews, sales, titles, and the like! So check back every month to see what’s next!

Christina Farley shares:

Christina Farley’s SILVERN, the sequel to GILDED, in which a 16-year-old Korean-American girl with a black belt and a deadly proclivity with steel-tipped arrows battles a god of darkness seeking control of both Koreas again to Miriam Juskowicz at Skyscape, an imprint of Amazon Children’s, for publication in Fall 2014, by Jeff Ourvan at Jennifer Lyons Literary Agency (world).
and:
SILVERN (The Gilded Series, Book Two) is now available for pre-order: http://www.amazon.com/Silvern-Gilded-Book-Christina-Farley/dp/1477820353/ref=tmm_hrd_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&sr=1-1&qid=1393072168

And Lisa Maxwell has exciting news!

http://www.publishersweekly.com/pw/by-topic/childrens/childrens-book-news/article/61472-rights-report-week-of-march-17-2014.html
Sara Sargent has also acquired, in a pre-empt, Heartless Things and an untitled YA novel by Lisa Maxwell. In the story, Gwen and her best friend are abducted to a dark world akin to Pan’s Labyrinth called Neverland, but it’s nothing like the fairy tale. To rescue her friend, Gwen must decide whether to trust a roguish young pirate or the boy who calls himself Pan. Publication is scheduled for spring 2016; Kathleen Rushall at Marsal Lyon Literary Agency did the two-book deal for world rights.

As does Jessica Love!

Kat Brzozowski at Thomas Dunne Books has bought Push Girl co-author Jessica Love’s In Real Life, set over one wild weekend in Las Vegas in which 17-year-old Hannah surprises her online BFF and soul mate Nick with their first real-life meeting – and discovers just how many secrets he has left unshared. The projected pub date is 2015; Jill Corcoran at Jill Corcoran Literary Agency negotiated for North American rights.

Jaye Robin Brown, or JRo to most everyone but her mama, lives and writes in the Appalachian mountains north of Asheville, NC. She’s fond of dogs, horses, laughter, the absurd and the ironic. When not crafting stories she hangs out with teenagers in the high school art room where she teaches. Her debut novel, NO PLACE TO FALL (Harper Teen, Fall ’14), is a love song to small town girls and mountain music.
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