Hey Throne of Glass fans, in case you missed it, Sarah J. Maas announced a BIG revelation yesterday! If you missed it here is her tweet:
So, so, SO excited to (finally) announce that the Throne of Glass series has been optioned for TV!! YAYYYY!! 😁😭😭💖💖🎉🎉🎉 http://t.co/Z7jDtmiV8N— Sarah J. Maas (@SJMaas) September 15, 2015
What an epic news!
Read more about this optioned:
Eighteen-year-old Celaena Sardothien, aka the Assassin of Adarlan, knows her way around a sword. And, judging by the stellar sales and solid fandom of the books starring Celaena – the Throne of Glass series – author Sarah J. Maas knows her way around fantasy writing. The series’s first installment, Throne of Glass (Bloomsbury, 2012), marked Maas’s debut; it had evolved from a version of the story she wrote and posted online as a 16-year-old student. Now, with series sales topping one million units worldwide, and the series just optioned for television by the Mark Gordon Company (the studio behind Grey’s Anatomy, Showtime’s Ray Donovan, and the forthcoming Steve Jobs biopic), comes the fourth volume, Queen of Shadows, released September 1, along with a 10-city U.S. tour. Early enthusiasm for the title bumped Queen of Shadows to the #1 slot on PW’s September 14 children’s fiction bestseller list, as well as #5 on USA Today’s September 10 list of bestselling books, and Throne of Glass to #2 on the September 20 New York Times children’s series bestseller list.