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Tuesday, July 9, 2013

Hot Off the Presses: New YA Releasing July 9-15

Hot Off the Presses -- brand new YA releases!

Welcome to Hot Off the Presses!

Every Tuesday, I tell you about all the great new YA books you can grab in the week to come. If you're a reviewer, you can also link your blog or Goodreads reviews of any YA book publishing in July so we can all check them out!

Hot Off the Presses aims to include every traditionally published YA -- if I missed something, please let me know in comments. You are also welcome to link your reviews of YA books that were self-pubbed in July!


It's a new month and a new giveaway! The winner of my July giveaway can pick any book up to $15 on either Amazon (for US winner) or The Book Depository (for international winner.) Enter by linking reviews, commenting on linked reviews, or tweeting :) June's winner was Brandi, and her prize is on the way...

Asterisked titles have a different international release date. Okay, let's get to it…

Right of Way by Lauren Barnholdt Still Star Crossed by Melinda Taub 45 Pounds by K.A. Barson
Right of Way by Lauren Barnholdt (Simon Pulse)
Still Star-Crossed by Melinda Taub (Delacorte)
45 Pounds (More or Less) by K.A. Barton


Half Lives by Sara Grant Who Needs Magic by Kathy McCullough Only Ever Always by Penni Russon
*Half Lives by Sara Grant (Little, Brown BFYR)
*Who Needs Magic? (Magic #2) by Kathy McCullough (Delacorte)
*Only Ever Always by Penni Russon (Delacorte)


In Too Deep by Coert Voorhees Zom-B Angels by Darren Shan Raven Flight by Juliet Marillier
In Too Deep by Coert Voorhees (Disney-Hyperion)
Zom-B Angels (Zom-B #4) by Darren Shan  (Little, Brown BFYR)
*Raven Flight (Shadowfell #2) by Juliet Marillier (Knopf)


Quarantine: The Saints by Lex Thomas Theory of Everything by Kari Luna Smokescreen by Nancy Hartry
Quarantine: The Saints (Quarantine #2) by Lex Thomas (Egmont)
The Theory of Everything by Kari Luna (Philomel)
Smokescreen by Nancy Hartry (Tundra)


Poison Tree by Amelia Atwater Rhodes Anomaly by Krista McGee Anomaly by Krista McGee
*Poison Tree (Den of Shadows #8) by Amelia Atwater Rhodes (Delacorte)
Anomaly by Krista McGee (Thomas Nelson)
Breaking Glass by Lisa Amowitz (Spencer Hill Press)

Also Releasing:

Shadow of the Mark (Carrier #2) by Leigh Fallon (HarperTeen)


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21 comments:

  1. I think the only one I'm really interested in this week is 45 Pounds (More or Less). That one sounds really cute and I can definitely relate to starting a diet for a special occasion. My last diet was for my cruise like five years ago and I really need to go on another cruise since I am in need of another diet. LOL

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    1. The problem with going on a diet for a cruise is that I bet I'd gain it right back! I went on one cruise and there was food everywhere, all the time….

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    2. That did slowly happen...lol The food is amazing! 24/7 buffet, gourmet food and the pizza by the pool was so good!

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  2. I haven't even heard of most of these! I have read Quarantine: The Saints, which is the only one I've read. July isn't that busy of a release month, thank goodness! August is even better! lol

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  3. Again I've read none of these; the ones I'm most interested in are from the first section being Right of Way, Still Star-Crossed, and 45 Pounds (More or Less).

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    1. I have to check out Still Star Crossed. It looks interesting!

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  4. I need another job. I swear, I want to buy every single book. LOL

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  5. Also Shadow of the Mark by Leigh Fallon and Breaking Glass by Lisa Amowitz came out today too!

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  6. I am super excited to read Raven Flight. I got approved from NetGalley and had it sent to my Kindle, but it never came and I was so busy the past couple of months that I didn't realize that until last week when I wanted to read it. It's too late to resend it, which is such a bummer. I'll just have to get it another way. :)

    July doesn't seem to be a super busy release month, but that's okay. Time to play catch-up.

    Tressa @ Tressa's Wishful Endings

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    1. Oh, that's too bad. I have heard great things about that author, but have never tried any of her books.

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  7. I'm really excited to read 45 Pounds. I've been seeing great reviews for that book EVERYWHERE in the blogosphere. These others I haven't seen anywhere, which makes me feel either sad for the author or sad that I am so behind on new releases.

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  8. Whoa....I must be falling out of the blogging loop. I have only heard of one of those books! (Zom-B)

    Maybe that's good because then I'll have laser like focus to finish the books I already have. lol


    Karen @ For What It's Worth

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  9. Still Star Crossed sounds really good. What a unique spin off of R&J!

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  10. So excited for The Theory of Everything and Raven Flight! Too many books I want this week, as usual. :-)

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  11. Yay for a slow week...even though I technically have a couple of these and need to get on them. :)

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  12. If Breaking Glass doesn't win my TBR Intervention, it will be the first book I read when school finishes in two weeks. Can. Not. Wait.

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  13. Oh, The Theory of Everything! I love that book:)

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  14. I tried filling the rafflecopter and it kept tellling me bout linking books released in June instead of July (stated at the top of the Linky)..So which one is the correct month? :)

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