I thought I'd take a look at some new (or new-to-me) authors for some other books that I'm putting on my "to be read" list for next year.
by Elizabeth Woods
Simon & Schuster
Not totally sure what this debut novel is about, just that it's supposed to be a thriller, and cover is gorgeous. So eye-catching.
by Julia Karr
Gritty, dystopian with mature themes. Nina fears the day that she turns 16 and will be tattooed, as a sign that she is now available to any man who wants her.
The Demon Trapper's Daughter
by Jana Oliver
St. Martin's Griffin
I'm excited about this paranormal story that takes place in Atlanta. Too bad it's not being released in hardcover.
Jenna & Jonah's Fauxmance
Walker Books for Young Readers
by Brendan Halpin and Emily Franklin
Charlie Tracker and Fielding Withers appear to have a sizzling romance, on-screen and off in their alter egos of Jenna and Jonah. However, it's not a real relationship, but a "fauxmance" carefully orchestrated by their PR managers. Or is it?
The Iron Witch
by Karen Mahoney
Donna Underwood feels cursed by the magical iron tattoos she carries - a legacy from her alchemist parents in this tale of alchemists vs. faeries.