Suzanne Palmieri's THE WITCH OF LITTLE ITALY, in which a troubled senior at Yale returns to her estranged, magical family in the Bronx and unlocks secrets dating back to WWII, as well as her mysterious, lost memories, to Vicki Lame at St. Martin's, in a nice deal, in a two-book deal, for publication in April 2013, by Anne Bohner at Pen & Ink Literary (World English).
And yesterday, in case you weren't reading below my little poem:
Suzanne Hayes and Loretta Nyhan's I'LL BE SEEING YOU, a story of unexpected friendship told through letters shared between two American women on the home front during World War II, to Erika Imranyi at Mira, in a two-book deal, by Anne Bohner at Pen & Ink Literary and Joanna Volpe at Nancy Coffey Literary & Media Representation.
Yes, for those of you who know me well, you know I write under both names. That's FOUR BOOKS.
I can't thank enough people. YOU GUYS! For always being here for me. My blog readers. I do love you.
And Agent ANNE the wonderful. And Vicki Lame the AMAZING GLITTER GIRL EDITOR OF ALL THE THINGS. And Loretta Nyhan and Amanda Bonilla and Joanne Volpe and Erika Imranyi. All the people who read both manuscripts (At Saint Martins and Mira...)
I just couldn't be happier. Even if this post sounds a little gratuitous. I promise I'll be humble tomorrow!