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Thursday, January 25, 2007

Reading PM Again, Finally

So after weeks of forgetting to scan Publishers Marketplace to see what's selling to whom, I came across this lovely tidbit:
Rights to George R.R. Martin's fantasy series A SONG OF FIRE AND ICE, to HBO, for development as a series, written and produced by David Benioff and D.B. Weiss.


SQUEE!

I love, love, love this series. I drool when I think about the next book (come on, DRAGONS) hitting the shelves. And more often than not, I like HBO. So...fingers crossed that this will actually come about, and that it will be good. Because then the peasants shall rejoice.

And...this one is QUITE fabulous:
Founder of the web site Backspace Karen Dionne's FREEZING POINT - already endorsed by Lee Child, David Morrell, Douglas Preston, Gayle Lynds, John Case and John Lescroart - in which extremists plot to stop an energy company from melting icebergs into drinking water - neither realizing that the water is contaminated with an unknown, deadly disease, to Natalee Rosenstein of Berkley, by Jeff Kleinman at Folio Literary Management.
Go, Karen! HUZZAH, KAREN! THREE CHEERS FOR KAREN!!!

And MORE Backspace joy:

Lauren Baratz-Logsted's untitled tween novel, the story of a 12-year-old girl and how she deals with the pros and cons of being precociously well-breasted, to Lisa Abrams at Simon MIX, in a nice deal, by Pamela Harty at The Knight Agency.
WOO-HOO, LAUREN!!!

And...dare I say it? EVEN MORE Backspace joy:

Tom Schreck's ON THE ROPES: A Duffy Dombrowski Mystery, in which a not-so-social social worker who moonlights as an underdog boxer tries to save a kidnapped girl and foil a terrorist plot with just the help of his disobedient basset hound and his four drunk friends, and TKO: A Duffy Dombrowski Mystery, to Barbara Moore at Midnight Ink, in a nice deal (World).
TOM! Dude, this is SO COOL!

5 Comments:

At 6:01 PM, Blogger Richelle said...

That's totally rockin' about George R.R. Martin. Of course, rights and options don't always pan out. In this case, I hope they do!

 
At 8:10 AM, Blogger Devon Ellington said...

Awesome news!

 
At 10:12 AM, Blogger Larissa said...

Oh, I'm SO excited about the George R.R. Martin news!!!!!

 
At 11:48 AM, Blogger Ewoh Nairb said...

Great news all around. People selling books, getting agents, second printings. Nice way to bring in the new year.

 
At 7:26 AM, Blogger Jackie said...

Yeah, I'm hopeful about the Martin/HBO deal, but I'm not holding my breath.

Definitely lots of terrific news happening all around. ;)

 

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