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Powerhouse Content Studio Cake Literary Rebrands as Cake Creative

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NEW YORK - eTradeWire -- Cake Creative, helmed by Dhonielle Clayton, a New York Times bestselling author in her own right, and formerly known as Cake Literary, has relaunched with a striking new aesthetic story, major new deal announcements, and an expanded menu of offerings for creators and IP buyers alike.

Writers seeking to work with Cake Creative can submit (https://cakecreativekitchen.com/contact-us/) their work, with or without representation, to be considered for projects spanning middle grade, young adult, and other children's writing projects. Also ramping up is Cake Creative's pipeline of projects for adult fiction and nonfiction across all genres, as well as continuing their production work via their Cake Pop division.

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Cake Creative is the engine behind massive successes such as the Tristan Strong (https://cakecreativekitchen.com/our-library/) middle grade book series, a long-running New York Times bestseller list fixture, Tiny Pretty Things (https://cakecreativekitchen.com/our-library/) and the Netflix sensation (https://www.netflix.com/title/81017308) of the same name, the explosive first-in-a-new-series, Futureland (https://www.publishersweekly.com/pw/by-topic/ch...), the just-announced Love Radio (https://us1.campaign-archive.com/?u=d684790bedf...), which sold in a massive 11-house auction, and many more. Their team has a combined 50 years experience launching not only projects but careers.

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Says Clayton "I'm thrilled to relaunch under this new banner and continue to diversify bookshelves with an exciting class of new writers and new stories filled with romance, joy, surprise, and adventure for all ages. Cake Creative and is ready to help create the next generation of storytellers and voracious readers."

Cake Creative is represented by New Leaf Literary & Media's president and founder Joanna Volpe and its Vice President Suzie Townsend for domestic and international literary rights, and Mary Pender at UTA for film and TV rights.

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Meredith Barnes
mbarnes@newleafliterary.com


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