Bookouture sign deal for two WW2 time-split novels from bestselling Kindle author Daniela Sacerdoti
We are SO EXCITED today to share the news that Bookouture have signed a deal for two WW2 time-split novels from bestselling Kindle author Daniela Sacerdoti. Associate Publisher Jessie Botterill has struck a deal with Ariella Feiner at United Agents for two new novels from women’s fiction superstar Daniela Sacerdoti. Author of the bestselling Glen Avich and Seal Island series which have sold over one million copies in ebook to date, Sacerdoti’s debut novel Watch Over Me was named the eighth bestselling Kindle book of all time in 2015, when she was also ranked as the eleventh top-selling Kindle author. Daniela is currently working on Where the Mountains Kiss the Sky, the first of two dual narrative historical novels set in Italy and inspired by incredible true stories, some from her own family history. Bookouture have WAL, audio and film and TV rights for both books.
Daniela’s energy and passion for writing is totally infectious and she always adds that extra something special for her readers. Working with her is a dream come true and I’m just so excited for what’s to come.
At some point in the last couple of years, I realised that so many of the books I downloaded and loved had one thing in common: they’d been published by Bookouture! I am now honoured, and quite amazed at the serendipity, to be one of their writers.Where the Mountains Kiss the Sky will be published in October 2019, with the second book coming in the spring of 2020.