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New Releases: December 2013

          Minotaur Books         To Be Published Dec. 10, 2013                304 Pages
Minotaur Books
To Be Published Dec. 10, 2013
304 Pages

Options by Abbi Glines 12.05.2013

I Even Funnier: A Middle School Story by James Patterson and Chris Grabenstein 12.9.2013

Hunted by Karen Robards 12.10.2013

Snakeroot (Nightshade Legacy #1) by Andrea Cremer 12.10.2013

Once Upon a Lie by Maggie Barbieri 12.10.2013

These Broken Stars (Starbound 1) by Amie Kaufman 12.10.2013

 

Bloody Cross Vol 1 by Shiwo Komeyama 12.17.2013

What We Lost in the Dark (What we saw in the Night #2) by Jacquelyn Mitchard 12.17.2013

The Invisible Code: A Peculiar Crimes Unit Mystery by Christopher Fowler 12.17.2013

The Incorrigible Children of Ashton Place, Book 4: The Interrupted Tales by Maryrose Wood and Eliza Wheeler(artist) 12.17.2013

 

  Katherine Tegen Books  To be Published Dec. 23, 2013              356 Pages
Katherine Tegen Books
To be Published Dec. 23, 2013
356 Pages

Ashes to Ashes by Melissa Walker 12.23.2013

Roomies by Sara Zarr & Tara Altebrando 12.24.2013

Control (Control #1) by Lydia Kang 12.26.2013

The Offering (Pledge Trilogy #3) by Kimnberly Derting 12.30.2013

The Promise of Amazing by Robin Constantine 12.31.2013

Taste of Darkeness (Healer) by Maria V. Snyder 12.31.2013

 Warrior by Ellen Oh 12.31.2013

New Releases September 2013

Smoke by Ellen Hopkins 9.10.2013

Scribner Publishing Published Sept 24.2013 544 Pages
Scribner Publishing Published Sept 24.2013
544 Pages

The Bones of Paris by Laurie R. King 9.10.2013

Fangirl by Rainbow Rowell 9.10.2013

Burial Rites by Hannah Kent 9.10.2013

 

The Longest Ride by Nicholas Spark 9.17.2013

Wild Tales: A Rock & Roll Life by Graham Nash 9.17.2013

Who Asked You? By Terry McMillian 9.17.2013

Frozen by Melissa de la Cruz and Michael Johnston 9.17.2013

 

Doctor Sleep by Stephen King 9.24.2013

Deadline by Sandra Brown 9.24.2013

Find Me by Romily Bernard 9.24.2013

Looking for a new book?

bookseer.com
bookseer.com

The cool thing about this age and tme is there is always a website for something. While doing random google searchs i came across bookseer.com.This website pretty much picks your next book . . . well it give you a list of books you should read next based on the name of the book and author you just read.

Granted this is nothing new because goodreads.com has suggestions as well but I feel this is a bit more convient. This also may not be new to you but it is new to me and i decided to share :)

Enjoy!