Books being adapted into film and TV

At the Pontas Agency, we’re always very active in promoting the novels of the authors we represent within film and tv producers, and now even more, with the bloom of streaming services everywhere and with more and more films and series being adapted from literary works. Dolores Redondo‘s Baztan Trilogy is a great example, with The Invisible Guardian being

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‘Amnesia’ by Federico Axat is out now

After the international success of his previous thriller translated into 32 languages and published by 35 publishing houses worldwide, La última salida (Kill The Next One), Federico Axat is back! His new psychological thriller, Amnesia, is out now in Spain, published by Destino, and it’s coming out in Argentina in November 2018, and in Mexico in early 2019.

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Grand Central Publishing to publish the #1 Italian bestselling author Federico Moccia

At the Pontas Agency, we’re incredibly excited to announce the first ever English rights deal for Federico Moccia. With more than 10 million copies sold worldwide, Federico Moccia’s bestselling Three Meters Above Heaven trilogy will be introduced to English readers worldwide for the first time. Alex Logan at Grand Central Publishing has acquired World English

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‘Please Read This Leaflet Carefully’: Karen Havelin’s debut novel out in 2019

Norwegian writer and translator Karen Havelin’s debut novel Please Read This Leaflet Carefully has sold to two ambitious new independent publishers: Dottir Press (New York City) and Dead Ink (Liverpool). Karen Havelin’s Norwegian publisher will be Cappelen Damm. Karen Havelin’s novel is inspired by her personal experience as an MFA fiction student at Columbia University

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Sant Jordi 2018: International Book’s Day and Martí Gironell’s novel is the most sold in Catalan

For book-lovers, every April 23rd, known as Sant Jordi’s Day, is an amazing experience in Barcelona. This year, the city was, once again, completely taken over by books, authors, readers and roses. The sun shone to the relief of publishers and booksellers, and writers signed their books for all those who queued to get the signature of their favourite

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