Infinity's Rob Merilees and Vulcan's Michael Caldwell are producing and Allen, Jody Patton and Richard Hutton are serve as executive producers.
The five novels tell the stories of 16-18 year old girls from a provocative perspective and include National Book Award finalist Honey, Baby, Sweetheart as well as Queen Of Everything, Wild Roses, The Nature Of Jade and The Fortunes Of Indigo Sky.
'Smart, perceptive and tough: while each story and each of Deb's characters is completely unique, those qualities are what tie the novels together,' Merilees said.
'Our main goal is to keep the films as honest and vibrant as Deb's novels,' Vulcan's vice president of media development Hutton added. 'Vulcan and Infinity share that same vision in bringing the novels to life.'
Infinity's most recent feature film Stone Of Destiny, is set to premiere on the final night of the Toronto International Film Festival on September 13, 2008.
Vulcan's most recent feature film, Where God Left His Shoes, stars John Leguizamo and will be released by IFC in December 2008. Vulcan is also preparing a George Washington biopic and has signed Nicholas Meyer to write the screenplay.