- The Twelve
FYI: Under the pseudonym Brooks Stanwood, the authors also wrote The Glow and Seventh Child.
- Behind the Bestsellers
In addition, the film sale for Janet Fitch's debut novel has set its own record: this marks the first time in which the publishing division of Time Warner, the motion picture division and a Warner Bros. -- affiliated producer (in this case John Wells, executive producer of
- Hot Deals
Warner's Rob McMahon made a floor offer, and the bidding concluded with a $210,000 clincher from St.
- BEA '99: The Hollywood/Book Embrace
Brooks to their client list.
- PW: Elsewhere on the Web
It features his books on the Civil War, history and geography and the upcoming Don't Know Much About the Bible, due from Morrow's Eagle Brook imprint in October....
- PW: First Literary Congress a Hit -- But Smaller Than Planned
Few Large ExhibitorsAnd of the 85 exhibitors listed in TLC's printed program, the only "major" ones were Time Warner Trade Publishing Group, St.
- Morrow's Million-Dollar Moves
Davis published Altea's first book, the bestselling The Eagle and the Rose, at Warner, then launched her Eagle Brook imprint (the name partly inspired by Altea's spirit guide) with the May publication of Altea's Proud Spirit.
- A Look at Eagle Brook
Not only did Altea contact Davis’s dead father when the then-skeptic (and Warner editor) was acquiring Altea's first book, The Eagle and The Rose, but the medium also envisioned Eagle Brook, Davis's future Vermont home and imprint namesake.
Before her own death in 1994, biographer Sperber (Murrow) collected a "quarter ton of research" on the star, complied from 200 interviews with those who knew him (including John Huston, Katharine Hepburn and director Richard Brooks) and from her work in the Warner Bros. archi