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John Jarrold’s Corner: US Deal for Mark C Newton!

07 May

This is awesome, AWESOME news! 🙂

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PRESS RELEASE –TWO-BOOK US RIGHTS DEAL FOR NEW BRITISH FANTASY WRITER

Margaret Halton, Rights Director at Pan Macmillan, has sold US rights in two fantasy novels by UK novelist Mark Charan Newton to Chris Schluep for a good five-figure sum in US dollars.

World rights in the novels, which open with Mark’s mainstream debut NIGHTS OF VILLJAMUR (to be published in hardback in the UK in June 2009), were acquired by Peter Lavery at Tor UK from John Jarrold in 2008.

Chris Schluep said: ‘I am so excited to be publishing NIGHTS OF VILLJAMUR, which is an absolutely wonderful book, and I’m very much looking forward to launching the U.S. career of an important and talented new writer in the field. I’m convinced that Mark has a bright future ahead of him; he’s one of those writers that you come across only on occasion . . .’

‘Chris acted quickly and with great enthusiasm. Mark and I are delighted, and looking forward to working with him and his colleagues at Del Rey, who I know well,’ said John Jarrold.

I’m busy reading Nights at the moment (and believe me, it’s getting more time between the novels I’m juggling) and this is well-deserved! Watch out, US – Mark Newton is going to take on the big guns! 🙂

This info courtesy of John Jarrold (thank you, as always!). 🙂 Check out John’s site here, and Mark’s site here!

Be Fantastic!

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Posted by on May 7, 2009 in John Jarrold's Corner

 

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One response to “John Jarrold’s Corner: US Deal for Mark C Newton!

  1. The Mad Hatter

    May 8, 2009 at 3:42 pm

    Very nice. I was wondering when we’d get Nights in the US.

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