Google+ YA Romantics: Hot Off the Presses: New YA Releasing Jan 26-Feb 1

Tuesday, January 26, 2016

Hot Off the Presses: New YA Releasing Jan 26-Feb 1

Hot Off the Presses -- brand new YA releases!

Welcome to Hot Off the Presses!  

Tuesday is book release day, so every Tuesday I tell you about all the great new YA books you can buy 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 the current month so we can all check them out!

LAST CHANCE to enter the January giveaway! Each month's winner can pick any book up to $15 on either Amazon (for US winner) or The Book Depository (for international winner.)

I'm making a small change to the giveaway portion of Hot Off the Presses -- there will no longer be a linky, but there are still plenty of ways to enter and win!

Hot Off the Presses aims to include every traditionally published YA book. Please let me know about books that came out this week that I might have missed! Some titles may have different release dates outside the US.

Click on the photos to get to each book's Goodreads page!

Rise of the Wolf Any Other Girl Shallow Graves
Rise of the Wolf (Mark of the Thief #2) by Jennifer A. Nielsen (Scholastic)
Any Other Girl by Rebecca Phillips (Kensington)
Shallow Graves by Kali Wallace (Harper)


The Siren Love That Split the World The Memory of Light
The Siren by Kiera Cass (Harper)
The Love That Split the World by Emily Henry (Razorbill)
The Memory of Light by Francisco X. Stork (Arthur Levine)

Front Lines Dark Days Club It's All Your Fault
Front Lines by Michael Grant (Katherine Tegen)
The Dark Days Club by Alison Goodman (Viking)
It's All Your Fault by Paul Rudnick (Scholastic)

Year We Fell Apart pic I'm From Nowhere
The Year We Fell Apart by Emily Martin (Simon Pulse)
Arrows by Melissa Gorzelanczyk (Delacorte)
I'm From Nowhere by Suzanne Myers (Soho)

Mystery of Hollow Places Possibility of Now See How They Run
The Mystery of Hollow Places by Rebecca Podos (Balzer + Bray)
The Possibility of Now by Kim Culbertson (Pointe)
See How They Run (Embassy Row #2) by Ally Carter (Scholastic)


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14 comments:

  1. Wow! so many amazing books!! I'm looking forward to reading The Love That Split the World and Shallow Graves. They look so great!

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  2. I've read a lot of reviews about The Love That Split the World by Emily Henry, Shallow Graves by Kali Wallace, Front Lines by Michael Grant, and Arrows by Melissa Gorzelanczyk. All sounded amazing and I really can't wait for them! Especially Shallow Graves and Love That Slit the World.

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    1. Have not read any of those. Shallow Graves sounds up my (dark) alley though!

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  3. There are at least five of these that I need to read. I know you've already reviewed some of these. I love winter/spring with all the fun releases!

    Tressa @ Wishful Endings

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    1. It is fun - I wish they'd do as many in summer, when I have more time to read...

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  4. I have The Year We Fell Apart and The Memory of Light on my list. Thanks for the giveaway!!

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  5. As I have sat around during these snow days I look at this list and I want so many new books. And it's tempting because I'm just chilling at home, but I'm resisting because when we finally go back to work I won't have the time to read them!

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  6. Ahhh feels so great to be back blogging and visiting all the blogs! Great giveaway Jen. Definitely excited for Shallow Graves and I'm From Nowhere!

    Happy Reading
    Patrick @ The Bookshelves

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  7. Great list of upcoming books! I've read Shallow Graves and it was kind of weird one; not quite as dark as I was expecting. I am super excited for The Love That Split The World and The Dark Days Club though.

    Christal @ Badass Book Reviews

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  8. Every time I go to Barnes and Noble I check out your post about what was released :). Thanks for always going this :)

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  9. Michael Grant's Front Lines sounds like a winner. Just ordered my copy

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  10. I am definitely MOST excited about Front Lines! I recently got into Grant's writing when I read and adored Messenger of Fear! I mean that book just stayed with me and kept me thinking and I was on the edge of my seat--which, I guess, is indicative of a great thriller! haha. And this is historical fiction which sounds even more promising...!

    Thanks Jen. Hope you're doing well!! :)

    Diamond @ Diamond's Reads

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  11. I can't wait to read I'm From Nowhere by Suzanne Myers

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