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I joined Talcott Notch in July of 2011, directly following a six-month-long internship with Sourcebooks, Inc., where I assisted the editors with their romance, women’s fiction, and Jane Austen-related titles. My fabulous fiction clients have written works of young adult, middle grade, romance, and women’s fiction. I also represent two incredibly delicious cookbooks. I hope to continue procuring works in all of the aforementioned areas (especially YA/MG), and I would also love to add some memoir (especially food memoir) with a unique voice, 20th century American historical fiction, mainstream fiction that incorporates fairytale/magical elements, and non-fiction pertaining to the performing arts or food/cooking. In general, I look for books with incredible writing and real, loveable characters that make me laugh and/or break my heart.
Rachael's latest deal news:
Bethany Crandell's SUMMER ON THE SHORT BUS, in which a snarky, privileged 17-year-old swaps her designer duds for lanyards and "Kumbaya" when forced to work at a summer camp for disabled teens, gaining unexpected friends and an important life lesson in return, to Marlo Scrimizzi at Running Press Children's, for publication in Spring 2014, by Rachael Dugas at Talcott Notch Literary Services.
Elle Darling's ESCAPE TO GRETNA GREEN, first of three fairytale-inspired Regency romances, in which a spirited bookstore owner delights in helping star-crossed couples reach happily ever after, but must compromise her principles when the a beastly Marquis demands she produce a replacement for the fiance she helped escape, TRAPPED IN LONDON, and RETURN TO FLEETWOOD, to Lauren Plude at Grand Central Forever, for publication in Spring 2014, by Rachael Dugas at Talcott Notch Literary Services.
A. Lynden Rolland's OF BREAKABLE THINGS, in which a seventeen-year-old, who after her death joins a seemingly benign and secret spirit community, is hunted by dark forces that believe her to be the incarnation of a notorious prophet who helped destroy them ages ago, to Georgia McBride of Month9Books, in a nice deal, for publication in 2014, by Rachael Dugas of Talcott Notch Literary Services (World English)