July 22, 2009

The cover for Rapture of the Deep is out and it's (finally) up here on the site. Check it out!

April 4, 2009

The Cover of 'Rapture of the Deep' is now up on Amazon and lookin'good. Will post a picture when we get a good copy.

ASR Productions (AnnaSophia Robb's crew) have re-upped for another option on the film rights to our girl. Best of luck...

Check out the new entry on the Out Take Section - 'Did Jacky and Jaimy Meet as Kids?'


CURSE OF THE BLUE TATTOO, the audio version read by Katherine Kellgren and produced/ published by Listen&Live,  was a big winner at the 14th Annual Audie Awards held at the New York Historical Society on May 29th.

CURSE OF THE BLUE TATTOO won in three categories: best solo female narrator,  distinguished achievement in production, and best book for teens.

Previous awards for CURSE OF THE BLUE TATTOO include an Odyssey Honor Award, ALA's notable Children's Recordings List, Booklist's editor's Choice, Earphone Award from audiophile magazine, YALSA's Amazing Audiobooks for Young Adults List, as well as Starred Reviews in both School library Journal and Booklist.

Heartfelt congratulations go out to Katherine Kellgren, narrator; Alisa Weberman and Al Martino of LISTEN & LIVE, and Charles de Montebello, in charge of production.

April 6, 2006

Jacky's got a new email address. It's This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it
The old address will only work for a few more weeks.

May 1, 2006

A contract was signed in May granting an option on the movie rights to Bloody Jack for one year, renewable, to two production companies, Atypical Productions and ASR Productions. They're the people who put together Because of Winn Dixie and Bridge to Terabithia. (ASR stands for AnnaSophia Robb, who has expressed interest in playing Jacky.) This does not mean that a movie is going to be made, it only means that these companies have exclusive rights to the book while they try to raise the money to actually do the film, and they're not having much luck - shooting historical novels at sea costs a lot of money, and Hollywood doesn't like to do movies with female leads, hard as that is to believe.


Page 3 of 6