- Forecasts from May 5 Issue
Warner, $19.95 (242p) ISBN 0-446-53080-8HUNGERElise Blackwell.
- Forecasts from February 24 Issue
Warner, $23.95 (288p) ISBN 0-446-52796-3*BROWNSVILLEOscar Casares.
- Forecasts from December 24 Issue
- Rights Report: Week of April 13, 2020
Publication is scheduled for summer 2021; Brenda Bowen at the Book Group represented the author, and Regina Brooks at Serendipity Literary Agency represented the illustrator.
- How They Landed On Top
The second annual bestseller tier, #16 to #30, also featured many list veterans—Dick Francis, Michael Crichton, Robin Cook and Terry Brooks.
- BEA 2001: Long Live the Book
"Everyone's scratching their heads over what's next," said Simon Boughton of Roaring Brook Press, which will launch next spring.
- Working the Floor: W-Z
- Bestsellers of 2002: Playing the Numbers
Warner (340,549) Ghost Soldiers.
- Forecasts from August 18 Issue
Warner, $24.95 (448p) ISBN 0-446-53178-2 KNEE-DEEP IN WONDERApril Reynolds.
- Lad Lit Hits the Skids
Warner Bros. has optioned the book, and Amazon's Parsons mentioned it as a promising contender, although he cautioned, "I haven't seen any one lad-lit title spike."
- Looking for a New Love
Butch (Warner Forever, Feb. 1)Subgenre: Romantic suspenseFirst printing: 55,000 mass marketAuthor's Web site:www.shannonkbutcher.comAuthor's background: Industrial engineerIn a nutshell: On a dangerous mission, cryptologist Noelle Blanche falls for the stranger sent to safeguard her.Editor's take
- Hot Deals
Warner's Rob McMahon made a floor offer, and the bidding concluded with a $210,000 clincher from St.
- Hardcover: Fiction/Science Fiction & Fantasy
., $26.95) by Terry Brooks concludes the Shannara trilogy.
- Fall 2003 Hardcovers -- Politics
WARNER Politicians, Partisans and Parasites: My Adventures in Cable News (Sept., $24.95) by Tucker Carlson.
- On Sale in August
. * Magic Tree House #38: Monday with a Mad Genius by Mary Pope Osborne, illus. by Sal Murdocca (Random, $11.99). 350,000 copies.Bones to Ashes by Kathy Reichs (Scribner, $25.95). 350,000 copies.The Wheel of Darkness by Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child (