Publisher’s Weekly posted the deal today!

Natashya Wilson at Harlequin Teen has bought debut author Abigail Johnson‘s YA novel If I Fix You, in which a girl obsessed with fixing cars has her heart crushed when she walks in on her mother wrapped around the boy she might love. It’s planned for fall 2016; Kim Lionetti at BookEnds brokered the deal for world rights.

I’m going to be in great company:

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About Abigail

Abigail Johnson was born in Pennsylvania. When she was twelve, her family traded in snowstorms for year-round summers and moved to Arizona. Abigail chronicled the entire cross-country road trip in a purple spiral-bound notebook that she still has, and has been writing ever since. She became a tetraplegic after breaking her neck in a car accident when she was seventeen but hasn’t let that stop her from bodysurfing in Mexico, writing and directing a high-school production of Cinderella, and riding roller coasters every chance she gets. She is the author of several young adult novels including If I Fix You and Every Other Weekend. She is represented by Kim Lionetti at BookEnds Literary Agency.

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  1. […] I had to email the other agents who had fulls, including the R&R agent, to let them know I had an offer and would be responding to her within ten days. I received a few very kind step asides, but the R&R agent asked that I give her the full ten days to read. I already knew I wanted to accept the offer, but I wanted to be respectful of the time and energy the R&R agent had already invested in me, so I waited. In hindsight, I’m grateful for those ten excruciatingly long days, because I got to talk more with the offering agent and her clients, and when the time was up, I knew without a doubt what I know now: signing with Kim Lionetti of BookEnds Literary Agency was the best career decision I have ever made. […]

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