January 2018 Book Releases

January

One thing I like doing is browsing the ‘upcoming releases’ for books and films. It gets me really excited to see the names of authors I love publishing books and see names I’ve never heard of coming out with something really interesting.

Here are some new book releases, from both favourite authors and new, that are coming out this month:


You’ll Miss Me When I’m Gone, Rachel Lynn Solomon

Twins who couldn’t be more different, Adina and Tovah are eighteen years old and on their own paths in life. One is going into music, the other into medicine; one turns to religion in tough times, the other delibertably goes against it.

The only theing they have in common is a test: to see if either of them have Huntingtons, a degenerative genetic disorder that has turned that mother into a shell. The twins are torn even farther apart when one tests positive and the other negative. Will they be able to salvage a relationship and have a future?

Release Date: January 2nd

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As You Wish, Chelsea Sedoti

In the small town of Madison, wishes come true. Every person gets a wish, but these wishes don’t always have the best results. Eldon has seen the results of these wishes and knows that everything doesn’t always work out. Despite the wishes coming true, Eldon realizes they might not be the solution or the way to find happiness.

Release Date: January 2nd

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Meet Cute, Various Authors

A series of short stories by today’s favourite young adult authors, each story tells of a first meeting. From meeting through the internet to meeting on the subway, each story has a different emotion to it, but is no less real.

Release Date: January 2nd

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Love, Hate, & Other Filters, Samira Ahmed

Maya Aziz is living in three worlds: the first is her parent’s world; the second is her own; the third is the real world. In one she is the perfect Indian daughter; in the second she is living her dreams and doing what she loves. In the third the world is a scary place where a crime that takes place far, far away from where she is still results in people she’s known all her life being taken over by fear and hatred.

Release Date: January 16th

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Let’s Talk About Love, Claire Kann

Alice’s summer is looking to be perfect. She’s got friends, food, TV, and is going to be working just enough to pay her rent. But she’s also newly single and, despite having no plans of dating, things take an unexpected turn when she meets Takumi. Will she take the chance or not risk it?

Release Date: January 23rd

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Still Me, Jojo Moyes

Louisa Clark finds herself in some very different cercumstances in, Still Me. Socializing with New York’s high society, working a new job for a rich family, and torn between two completely different worlds – her own and the one she’s in now.

Release Date: January 30th

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The Hazel Wood, Melissa Albert

After the death of her grandmother, the author of a book of dark fairy tales, Alice’s bad luck goes from bad to worse. Her mother is kidnapped and the only way to save her is to team up with one of her classmates who just so happens to be a superfan of Alice’s grandmother. Together they will travel to her grandmother’s estate – The Hazel Wood – and to a supernatural world that is a lot more real than Alice knew.

Release Date: January 30th

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Keeper, Kim Chance

Lainey is a sixteen-year-old girl intent on focusing on her studies. All that changes however when she learns she is a witch, more specifically – A Keeper. Like her mother before her, Lainey can use the power of a powerful spell book, The Grimoire. But before she can use this power, she must first get the book back as it has been stolen by a warlock intent on getting it’s power. Lainey’s simple life is turned upside as she embarks on an adventure to get back the book.

Release Date: January 30th

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These are just a few of the books coming out in January. For more information on each book, click on the title to be taken to the Goodreads page where you can read a longer summary.

Are any of these on your reading list? Which ones are you going to check out?

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October 2015 Book Releases

October

Lots of different books coming out this month from debut novels to new novels from best selling authors! Here’s a list of just a few!

Carry On

Carry On, Rainbow Rowell

From New York Times best selling author, Rainbow Rowell, comes a story of love, magic, and monsters. Simon Snow is in his last year at Watford School of Magicks and things are insane! From break-ups to no-show nemesis, it’s definitely going to be an interesting year.

Release Date: October 6, 2015

Preorder Carry On on Amazon


The House, Christina Lauren

Gavin and Delilah are in love and can’t stay away from each other, but at what cost does that love come? From New York Times bestselling authors Christina Lauren (Christina Hobbs and Lauren Billings) comes a spooky new novel that shows the test of being together.

Release Date: October 6, 2015

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A Thousand Nights, E.K. Johnston

A Thousand Nights tells the story of a monstrous king who, it turns out, wasn’t always such a monster. Lo-Melkiin has killed hundreds of girls and when he arrives in the girl’s village and takes her (in her sister’s place) there is no doubt in her mind that she will soon be another of his victims. But over time she discovers that there may actually be a way to save the king from himself by using her own magic that grows more powerful each day.

Release Date: October 6, 2015

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Signs Point to yes

Signs Point to Yes, Sandy Hall

Jane’s babysitting her crush’s siblings, Teo (Jane’s crush) is searching for his birth father, Ravi (Teo’s best friend) hates Jane, and Margo (Jane’s sister) is waiting to come as bisexual. Everyone has secrets, but this summer might just end up being one of answers.

Release Date: October 20, 2015

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My Secret to Tell, Natalie D. Richards

“You can’t always trust the boy next door.”

Deacon is Emmie’s best friend’s brother and right now he’s being accused of assaulting his father. But Emmie knows the truth and you know what they say about the truth, it can mean trusting a killer.

Release Date: October 6, 2015

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First and Then

First & Then, Emma Mills

In this novel about unexpected love and family, Davon Tennyson must learn to deal after her life is turned upside down by the sudden appearance of Foster, her cousin, and Ezra, a jock from school, in her life. Everything had been perfect before, but suddenly these two are everywhere and Devon must figure out what to do now that her life is a bit more unexpected.

Release Date: October 13, 2015

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We’ll Never Be Apart, Emiko Jean

The debut novel from Emiko Jean, We’ll Never Be Apart is the about Alice Monroe, a seventeen-year-old girl who has been committed to a mental ward after her boyfriend was killed in a fire. A fire set by Cellie, Alice’s twin sister. Written as a journal, We’ll Never Be Apart is about confronting the truth and learning how to trust oneself.

Release Date: October 6, 2015

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The Ordinary Life, Jennifer Walkup

All Jasmine wants is an ordinary life. One where her mother isn’t an alcoholic and her brother her isn’t sick, but that’s not her life. Instead, she’s left to pick up the pieces of all the things falling apart around her. But maybe, just maybe, Wes, the new boy Jasmine meets, can help. That is, if she can realize she can’t control everything and learn to live her life as best as she can.

Release Date: October 1, 2015

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Dreamstrider, Lindsay Smith

When the Barstadt Empire is threatening by something that could destroy both the dreaming and waking worlds, it is up to Livia to use her talents as a dreamstrider to stop it. With her partner, Brandt, pulling away and the arrival of fellow spy, Marez, the stakes are high in the fantasy novel about espionage and politics.

Release Date: October 6, 2015

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An Inheritance of Ashes

An Inheritance of Ashes, Leah Bobet

Sixteen-year-old Hallie’s heard many rumors about the war and the monsters that fight in it, but little does she know that the war is about to come home to her very own doorstep. Secrets are unveiled and risks taken while Hallie realizes she may actually be the biggest threat of them all.

Release Date: October 6, 2015

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Spinning Starlight, R.C. Lewis

When a group of men show up at her house and start firing shots, sixteen-year-old heiress, Liddi, must do what she can to escape. While she manages to get out, all of her brothers are captured and it is up to Liddi to rescue them. R.C. Lewis’ novel is an interplanetary retelling of Hans Christian Andersen’s classic tale, The Wild Swans.

Release Date: October 6, 2015

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The Masked Truth, Kelley Armstrong

Kelley Armstrong’s new novel brings together two teens suffering in their own way. One is haunted by an old memory while the other is tormented by a recent diagnosis. Both of them are about to have their lives altered in a way they never could have imagined when a group of men arrive at their therapy camp and take them, and five other teens, hostage.

Release Date: October 13, 2015

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Lots of interesting books coming out this month! A lot of them actually sound pretty similar, but that isn’t going to stop me from reading a bunch of them one day.

Starting these lists was such a bad idea because all it’s really doing is adding more books to my ‘To Read’ list.

Are you going to read any of these?

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