Top Ten Tuesday | Ten Young Adult Debut Books I’m Excited To Read in 2015

Posted January 6, 2015 by Asheley in top ten tuesday, Uncategorized / 7 Comments

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Ten Debut Books I Want To Read

I LOVE LOVE LOVE reading debut authors. 
It’s always so thrilling to add another author to my list so I can 
watch for new titles. The anticipation over what they’ll write next 
is EXCITING to me.

Today, I chose to focus on some upcoming YA titles! 

The Cost of All Things by Maggie Lehrman
The Wrong Side of Right by Jenn Marie Thorne

Mosquitoland by David Arnold
The Way We Bared Our Souls by Willa Strayhorn

Red Queen by Victoria Aveyard
First, There Was Forever by Juliana Romano

Even When You Lie To Me by Jessica Alcott
The Sacred Lies of Minnow Bly by Stephanie Oakes


I LOVE reading debut Books and usually finding 
myself wanting to read them ALL. This was a tough
list for me! 

What debuts are you looking forward to? I’d love to add 

more to my to-read list for this year! 
(Not only YA, but ALL types of books!)


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Asheley is a Southern girl. She loves Carolina blue skies, Ben & Jerry's ice cream, and NC craft beer. She loves all things history but prefers books over everything.

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7 responses to “Top Ten Tuesday | Ten Young Adult Debut Books I’m Excited To Read in 2015

  1. The Way We Bared Our Souls has such a cool premise — sounds kinda like a super intense, more paranormal version of The Breakfast Club 😀 Also I am really interested to see how The Sacred Lies of Minnow Bly turns out… a modern retelling of a little-known fairytale involving cults? Colour me intrigued!

  2. I'm really looking forward to The Way We Bared Our Souls. And Because You'll Never Meet Me! I'd never heard of Even When You Lie to Me before, but that sounds incredible too.

    Great list!

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