Google+ YA Romantics: Hot Off the Presses: New YA Releasing Oct 18-24

Tuesday, October 18, 2016

Hot Off the Presses: New YA Releasing Oct 18-24

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.

WHAT - two holiday books? I'm not ready for that -- yet....

Enter the October 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.)

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!

Gemina What Light Twelve days of Dash and Lily
Gemina (Illuminae #2) by Amie Kaufman and Jay Kristoff (Knopf)
What Light by Jay Asher (Razorbill)
The Twelve Days of Dash and Lily by Rachel Cohn and David Levithan (Knopf)


I'm Not Your Manic Pixie Dream Girl Kiss Cam No Holding Back
I'm Not Your Manic Pixie Dream Girl by Gretchen McNeil (Balzer + Bray)
Kiss Cam by Kiara London (Swoon)
No Holding Back by Kate Evangelista (Swoon)

Rose and Thorn Royal Tour Shutter
Rose & Thorn (Ash and Bramble #2) by Sarah Prineas (Harper)
Royal Tour (The Potion Diaries #2) by Amy Alward (Simon & Schuster)
Shutter by Laurie Faria Stolarz (Disney)


Messenger Life Uploaded Cloudwish
The Messenger by Carol Lynch Williams (Simon & Schuster)
Life Uploaded by Sierra Furtado (Gallery)
Cloudwish by Fiona Wood (Poppy)

Saving Red Tattoo Atlas The Rains

Saving Red by Sonya Sones (Harper)
Tattoo Atlas by Tim Floreen (Simon Pulse)
The Rains by Gregg Hurwitz (Tor)


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20 comments:

  1. I can't wait to read Gemina! But first I have to read Illuminae, haha.

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  2. Now that it is October The Rains seems like a good read for me to get into the spooky spirit.

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    1. Yes, exactly. I am ready for Halloween books, not Christmas books!

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  3. Omg yes, isn't it a bit early for Christmas books?!? November would make a bit more sense haha. But I guess they want us to have time to put them on our massive TBRs. AH. Kind publishers.😂 I'm really excited for Gemina!!

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    1. I object to Christmas decorations (or books) before Halloween!

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    1. *Sobs* Reviewing it tomorrow and I felt a bit more conflicted about it...

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  5. So curious about that Rains book. It sounds like my type of apocalyptic novel.

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    1. Yeah, I hadn't heard of that one until I put the post together!

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  6. Rose & Thorn and Rains are a tossup. I love fairy tale retellings and apocalyptic books

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    1. Hope you read and review them so I can see what you think!

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  7. I'm pumped for new Jay Asher!!! And I think the whole YA world is excited about Gemina :) Cloudwish is also on my TBR.

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    1. The Jay Asher one sounds like a Hallmark Christmas movie. Which is not an insult - I love those movies!

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  8. There are so many great books, but I'm dying to read Gemina and What Light!

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  9. I'm really interested to read Kiss Cam and What Light.

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  10. I need something creepy or scary. Looking at Gutter and The Rains.

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    1. Shutter! Was thinking of The Rains so much that I accidentally typed in 'gutter'. :D

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