The good news just keeps coming! We are beyond excited to share that Rachelle Delaney’s charming middle-grade coming-of-age novel CLARA VOYANT has also been optioned for television by Matt Code and Natalie Urquhart at Wildling Pictures!

The Toronto-based production company, whose feature film output includes Iris Apatow starrer “Young Wether” and David Bowie biopic “Stardust,” have unveiled their first scripted TV slate as part of the expansion, including CLARA VOYANT.

Wildling president Matt Code (“Accused”) executive produces alongside the company’s Natalie Urquhart (“Suits”) and Julie Strifler (“Easy Land”).

“Our team is proud to introduce Wildling’s selection of high quality IP and elevated scripted original series,” said Code. “Having built a strong reputation within the feature film production space, we are delighted to be expanding our expertise with the launch of our original TV content. We are looking forward to working with some incredible talent and introducing these projects to potential partners at Content London in a few weeks.”

To read the full feature with all the information in Variety, click here:

CLARA VOYANT is a coming-of-age story that follows a wannabe journalist and reluctant astrologer, Clara, who is devastated when she gets stuck writing the horoscopes for the school’s newspaper, until she discovers she is clairvoyant. 

Amy Tompkins at Transatlantic Agency brokered the deal.

Rachelle Delaney is the author of several middle-grade novels, including The Metro Dogs of Moscow, which was a CLA Book of the Year Honor Book, as well as a finalist for the Silver Birch Award and the Red Cedar Award, among others. Its sequel, The Circus Dogs of Prague, was shortlisted for the Pacific Northwest Library Association Young Reader’s Choice Award. The Bonaventure Adventures won BC’s Chocolate Lily Award in 2019, and Clara Voyant was a Chocolate Lily Award nominee.

Congratulations Rachelle!