AK Alexander Signs Film and Television Rights Deal with ZOVA Books
Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) February 08, 2012
Author A.K. Alexander has followed in the footsteps of several well-known self-published authors by breaking into the top tier of the Amazon Kindle bestseller list in the United States. Alexander previously topped the bestseller list in the United Kingdom, becoming one of the first self-published American authors to achieve that status.
A.K. Alexander has parlayed her success in the self-publishing industry on both continents by entering into an agreement with Los Angeles based publishing firm ZOVA Books for the film/television and foreign rights to her catalog of novels. ZOVA Books’ film/television and foreign rights are managed by Hollywood management and production company Circle of Confusion, executive producers of the acclaimed series “Mad Men” and “The Walking Dead.” Foreign rights are represented by Whitney Lee of The Fielding Agency in Beverly Hills, California.
Thriller “Daddy’s Home” is #4 on the bestseller list on Amazon behind the eBook for Suzanne Collins’ Hunger Games trilogy (which is enjoying an extended run at the top of the charts in support of the release of the Hunger Games movie).
“Daddy’s Home” follows Crime Scene Investigator Holly Jennings as she tracks down a serial killer known as the “Family Man,” who preys upon single mothers and their innocent children.
“Like several successful self-published authors before her, A.K. Alexander has worked tirelessly writing, publishing, and marketing her books. It is an honor to be able to utilize our resources to extend her audience around the world and into different mediums,” said Matthew Pizzo, CEO of ZOVA Books.
For interviews with A.K. Alexander and media inquiries, please contact Matthew Pizzo atZOVA Books.
About ZOVA Books:
ZOVA Books is a publishing firm located in Los Angeles, California that publishes genre fiction titles, including works by New York Times #1 bestselling authors Michael Blake (“Dances With Wolves,” “The Holy Road,” “Into The Stars”) and Anna Lee Waldo (“Sacajawea,” “Watch the Face of the Sky”), as well as debut YA author Jessica Therrien (“Oppression”), Kirkus Star recipient Clive London (“Prince Albert and the Doomsday Device”) and upcoming works by Hollywood screenwriters Adam Kline and Brad Keene. ZOVA Books’ film, television and foreign rights are managed by Hollywood production and management company Circle of Confusion.