Tuesday, January 6, 2015

Top Ten Most Anticipated Debut Novels For 2015

Top Ten Most Anticipated Debut Novels for 2015.

 Kicking off 2015 with another top ten list.  In my case, I have a top nine list.  This is a weekly meme hosted by The Broke and the Bookish.  This blog round up gives me some of the best ideas for my TBR pile!

One thing I love about blogging is that I am getting first crack at some amazing debut authors. 

1.  The Luckiest Girl Alive by Jessica Knoll.   In a riveting debut novel that reads like Prep meets Gone Girl, a young woman is determined to create the perfect life and husband, home, and career until a violent incident from her past threatens to unravel everything and expose her most shocking secret of all.  Publish date May 12, 2015.

2.  A Small Indiscretion by Jan EllisonA Small Indiscretion fixes an unflinching eye on the power of desire and the danger of obsession as it unfolds the story of one woman’s reckoning with a youthful mistake.  Publish date January 20, 2015.

3.  It Was Me All Along by Andie Mitchell.   A young food blogger shares her inspiring story of incredible weight loss-a journey from nearly 300 pounds to losing more than half her size-and establishing a healthy and confident relationship with food.  Publish date January 6, 2015.

4.  Single, Carefree, Mellow by Katherine Heiny.   Single, Carefree, Mellow is that rare and wonderful thing: a debut that is superbly accomplished, endlessly entertaining, and laugh-out-loud funny.  Publish date February 3, 2015.

5.  I Take You by Eliza KennedyBrilliantly executed and endlessly funny, this page-turning debut showcases one of the most winning, irrepressible voices since Helen Fielding's Bridget Jones. Publish date May 5, 2015.

6.  Oh, You Pretty Things! by Shanna MahinFrom a PEN Center USA Emerging Voices Fellow comes a charming and disarming tale of Los Angeles that navigates the fringe of celebrity excess from the other side of Sunset Boulevard.  Publish date April 15, 2015.

7.  The Cake House by Latifah Salom.   Part mystery, part compelling coming-of-age tale, The Cake House is a riveting debut novel about a girl struggling to deal with her father's death in a California house filled with secrets and half-truths.  Publish date March 3, 2015.

8.  The Lost Child by Suzanne McCourt.   It's hard to keep secrets in small towns. When her older brother goes missing, Sylvie believes she is to blame.  Publish date February 23, 2015.

9.  Hyacinth Girls by Lauren FrankelA stunning debut about a young teenager on the brink and a parent desperate to find the truth before it's too late.

Someday I hope that I can easily get to ten on any of these lists!

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