NEWS & CELEBRATIONS
Ellen Rogers memoir in theaters September 2022 starring Marcia Gay Harden and Jim Belushi.
GRIT DAILY interview: "Celebrity Ghostwriter Joni Rodgers on the Unseen Art of Collaboration"
LISTEN to Chelsea Devantez and Sofiya Alexandra discuss Rue McClanahan's My First Five Husbands on the Celebrity Book Club podcast.
Joni's original feature POLYDACTYLY is a finalist in Diverse Voices screenplay competition. Look for the novel adaptation in 2023.
LISTEN to Joni discussing the spooky art of ghostwriting with Dan Paisner on the As Told To podcast.
READ another stellar review of Rascal on the Run: "Howard Tate Scott’s Southern crime novel Rascal on the Run moves, with charm and swagger, through generations of crime and justice in a North Georgia town."
CONGRATULATIONS to Lorena Junco Margain! On the Way to Casa Lotus wins 2021 American Book Fest's Best Book Award for Narrative Nonfiction.
In 2022 I'll be rolling out my SIXO CELEBRATION collection including new editions of my six most popular books with bonus material, reading group guides, and gorgeous new book covers by Kapo Ng.
Howard Tate Scott's Rascal on the Run finalist for 2021 International Book Award.
Lorena Junco Margain's On the Way to Casa Lotus "never loses momentum, and the prose is poetic and powerful." (BlueInk Reviews)
Vanessa O'Brien's To the Greatest Heights translated for sale in Russia and Poland.
Don Lemon's This is the Fire debuts at #1 on the NYT bestseller list.
Jan Eliasberg's Hannah's War optioned for film
PW: "Readers will devour Vanessa O'Brien's sensational, electrifying tale" To the Greatest Heights
BlueInk Reviews: "The genial style of Rick Bragg meets the pathos of Pat Conroy" in Howard Tate Scott's Rascal on the Run
Kirkus (starred review): Don Lemon's This is the Fire "puts 2020 in perspective and gives it the language to sing a quietly outraged song."
Praise for Lorena Junco Margain's " beautiful survey of tragedy and rebuilding" On the Way to Casa Lotus
Praise for Jan Eliasberg's "transcendent, redemptive" novel Hannah's War from LA Times and Jewish Book Council
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