Adrienne Rosado focuses on adult and children’s fiction, as well as select non-fiction in the areas of pop-science, business, and the occasional quirky history. Some of Adrienne’s recent titles include Labyrinth Lost by Zoraida Cordova, Girls Like Me by Lola St. Vil, The Border by Steve Schafer, H.H. Holmes: The True History of the White City Devil by Adam Selzer, Between Here and Gone by Barbara Ferrer, Dream with Little Angels by Michael Hiebert, The Idol of Mombasa by Annamaria Alfieri, among others.
In both adult and children’s fiction, she is looking for contemporary, mystery, historical, thriller, fantasy, and anything with a wickedly dark sense of humor. She’s especially drawn to multicultural fiction as well as lgbtq+ works. She is keen to work on projects that focus on marginalized people and people from atypical walks of life. She loves a story that makes her think differently.
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