Read the full interview here.
Could Vega Jane be the next Katniss or Tris? David Baldacci, best-selling author of legal thrillers, is taking a page from Suzanne Collins and Veronica Roth. His new book for kids ages 9-13 stars a strong teen heroine. See the cover and read an excerpt from THE FINISHER – out March 4, 2014 – here.
Best-selling authors and literacy advocates David Baldacci and James Patterson are the featured speakers at the 2013 Library of Congress Literacy Awards, a new program originated and sponsored by philanthropist David M. Rubenstein. The event will be held on Monday, November 4, at the Library of Congress in Washington, D.C., and is free and open to the public; no tickets are required. Read more here.
People taking part in reading “Wish You Well,” this year’s book selection for the Roanoke Valley Reads community reading project, got a chance to hear from the writer himself Thursday night and learn about local efforts of his literacy foundation. Read more here.
Wish You Well – the independent film adaptation of David’s eponymous novel – will premiere at the Heartland Film Festival in Indianapolis on October 19th. The film stars Academy Award-winner Ellen Burstyn, Josh Lucas and Mackenzie Foy, along with Ned Bellamy, Laura Fraser, JP Vanderloo, Alano Miller and Seamus Davey-Fitzpatrick.
Learn more and purchase tickets here.
Sony has acquired feature rights to bestselling author David Baldacci’s fantasy novel, “The Finisher,” with Matt Tolmach set to produce the project. Read more here.
Sony Pictures Entertainment has optioned film rights to David Baldacci’s upcoming fantasy novel “The Finisher.” Read more here.
UKTV, the multichannel network operator owned by BBC Worldwide and Scripps Networks Interactive, has inked a deal with CBS Studios International for U.S. crime drama King & Maxwell. Read more here.
Bestselling author David Baldacci has signed with Scholastic Press for his first standalone children’s book, a fantasy novel called THE FINISHER. Read the full article here. Read Scholastic’s press release here.
In a new episode of Google Play’s Favorite Things, David shares his thoughts on one of his favorite books: Truman Capote’s In Cold Blood.