Top Ten Tuesday: 2013 Debuts
Each week, The Broke and Bookish host a Top Ten Tuesday based on a certain bookish topic. Other bloggers are able to participate and post their own top ten list based on the topic.
This week’s Top Ten Tuesday topic is 2013 Debuts I’m Excited About. You guys, it’s kind of impossible for me to do this topic. SERIOUSLY. I am hosting the 2013 Debut Author Challenge. I genuinely want to read them all. I can’t pick and I won’t pick!
So I’m cheating at this week’s topic, which is no surprise because I cheat practically every week. But anyway, so this week I’m listing 2013 debuts I’m excited to read soon. Sound good? Great!
1) Pivot Point by Kasie West
Kasie West is super awesome and nice! I’ve heard fantastic things about Pivot Point and I need to read my ARC today. And I do mean that quite literally. I will be reading Pivot Point today!
2) City of a Thousand Dolls by Miriam Forester
I freaking love YA fantasy and I’m so thrilled to see it popping up all over the place this year! City of a Thousand Dolls sounds fantastic and I can’t wait to get started!
3) The Fire Horse Girl by Kay Honeyman
I’ve heard awesome things about The Fire Horse Girl from some friends (April, I think, particularly enjoyed it) and I’m very intrigued by the premise!
4) The Madman’s Daughter by Megan Shepherd
I have heard phenomenal things about The Madman’s Daughter and I’m kind of kicking myself for not having read it yet!
5) Hooked by Liz Fichera
I’ve heard really good things about Hooked and I’m excited to read a debut a little out of my comfort zone.
6) Prophecy by Ellen Oh
Uhm, YES. I can’t wait to read Prophecy. It sounds amazing! And the finished copy is gorgeous.
7) Revolution 19 by Gregg Rosenblum
The Epic Reads ladies have been talking up this book like crazy lately and I’m really excited to see what I think!
8) The Ruining by Anna Collomore
YES PLEASE. I cannot wait for The Ruining. Nannying on an island, boy next door romance, creepy psychological delusions, etc.
9) In the Shadow of Blackbirds by Cat Winters
First of all, yes. Second of all, yes. Also, In the Shadow of Blackbirds has creepy photos throughout the story. Yes.
10) Me, Him, Them, and It by Caela Carter
I love issue books and I’m really curious to see how Me, Him, Them, and It handles teen pregnancy and how it will stand apart from other novels with similar subjects. I haven’t heard too much about it, but what I have heard has been positive!
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