16 debut authors to be watched this october 2019

Today’s post is a bit late than my usual schedule but I’m still as excited to bring you the list of my most anticipated debut releases for this month! There are a lot of debut releases this month, let me tell you. So, you can imagine how hard it is to narrow it down into these 16 titles! Regardless, I hope you find something to be added from this list to your overflowing TBR.

I Hope You Get This Message by Farah Naz Rishi
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When the news about Earth that might end in seven days spread, the paths of three high-schoolers crossed each other. Struggling with each of their own problems, getting to know one another while trying to survive the end of the world might not what they were expected to do during their last week on Earth.

Tarnished Are the Stars by Rosiee Thor
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Three strangers must overcome their differences in the game of lies and twists and work together to put an end to a deadly epidemic in this queer #OwnVoices science-fantasy novel from debut author, Rosiee Thor.

The Light at the Bottom of the World by London Shah
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At the end of the twenty-first century, life continues one thousand feet below the ocean’s surface after an asteroid hit the Earth. When her father captured by the authority with vague reasoning, Leyla McQueen realized that she will risk everything to bring her father back, including joining a deadly sub-race or getting out of London illegally and explore the wild ocean for the very first time.

Shadow Frost by Coco Ma
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Going on a demon hunt to protect her kingdom, Asterin never imagined that she will unearth a plot to assassinate herself, The Princess, instead. Asterin and her companions begin to wonder how much of their lives have been lies, especially when they realize that the center of the web of deceit might very well be themselves.

A River of Royal Blood by Amanda Joy
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A River of Royal Blood is an enthralling debut set in a lush North African inspired fantasy world that subtly but powerfully challenges our notions of power, history, and identity. 

Crier’s War by Nina Varela
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An impossible love between two girls—one human, one Made—whose romance could be the beginning of a revolution in this epic fantasy duology from debut author, Nina Varela.

The Good Luck Girls by Charlotte Nicole Davis
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Following the escape trip of five enslaved girls in their journey of finding freedom in the vicious land of Arketta, where people divided into ones with shadow and ones without one and demonic creatures and spirits wandered around.

The Memory Thief by Lauren Mansy
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In the city of Craewick, memories are the currency, citizens are divided by ability, and Gifted individuals can take memories from others through touch as they please. Trying to save her threatened mother, Etta will do whatever it takes, even if it means rejoining the rebel group she swore off in the wake of the accident years earlier and steal a map of prison created by the bloodthirsty ruler of a neighboring Realm.

Fireborne by Rosaria Munda
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When two childhood friends grow up together and the war is just over the edge, they must choose between the families they were born into or the one that they founded in each other.

Gravemaidens by Kelly Coon
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Gravemaidens is the start of a fierce fantasy duology about three maidens who are chosen for their land’s greatest honor…and one girl determined to save her sister from the grave.

The Last True Poets of the Sea by Julia Drake
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Epic, funny, and sweepingly romantic, The Last True Poets of the Sea is an astonishing debut about a missing piece of family history, weathering the storms of life, and the strength it takes to swim up from a wreck.

The Library of the Unwritten by A. J. Hackwith
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In the first book in a brilliant new fantasy series, books that aren’t finished by their authors reside in the Library of the Unwritten in Hell, and it is up to the Librarian to track down any restless characters who emerge from those unfinished stories.

Full Disclosure by Camryn Garrett
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In a community that isn’t always understanding, an HIV-positive teen must navigate fear, disclosure, and radical self-acceptance when she falls in love–and lust–for the first time.

Michigan vs. the Boys by Carrie S. Allen
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Michigan Manning lives and breathes hockey and her future depends on it, but when the girl’s team dismissed due to the budget cut, she was determined to find a way to keep playing, even if it means joining the boy’s team. Facing a culture of toxic masculinity, Michigan must weigh the consequences of speaking up – even if it means putting her future on the line.

Scars Like Wings by Erin Stewart
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Relatable, heartbreaking, and real, this is a story of Ava Lee who has lost everything there is to lose: Her parents. Her best friend. Her home. Even her face. But when Ava meets a fellow survivor named Piper, she begins to feel like maybe she doesn’t have to face the nightmare alone.

The Library of Lost Things by Laura Taylor Namey
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Darcy Wells has spent most of her time living in the worlds of her books. But when her only home suddenly hangs in the balance and her mother’s compulsive shopping habit pressure her even more, Asher Fleet, a former teen pilot with an unexpectedly shattered future, walks into the bookstore where she works… and straight into her heart.

Which books that you’re the most excited to read this month?

September’s 2019 Debut Releases to be Added to Your TBR

Happy September, everyone! Today, I’m bringing you a selection of my most anticipated debut releases for this month, all ready to be added to your TBR! Our list for today is dominated with YA books, specifically everything fantasy and magical! From characters who confused about their superpowers to the ones who created a secret coven, or the ones who embarked a magical journey, and of course we don’t want to miss out on the one who’s willing to wake up the dragons to save her kingdom!

Dear Haiti, Love Alaine by Maika Moulite & Maritza Moulite
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This is a story of Alaine Beauparlant and her journey in Tahiti, where she got send there for a volunteering project because she accidentally messed up a school presentation. What she didn’t expect was how this journey turns into a good one, where she met a cute intern and discover about her family secrets.

Have a Little Faith in Me by Sonia Hartl
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Have a Little Faith in Me is a novel from debut author Sonia Hartl, about CeCe and her goal to get her ex-boyfriend back after she previously gets dumped right after they had sex. During this journey, she accompanied by her best friend, Paul. What she discovered along the way, might surprise her, because maybe her ex-boyfriend isn’t that nice and maybe, just maybe, she started growing feelings toward Paul.

Frankly in Love by David Yoon
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When Frank Li stucked in his parents’ strict rule to date Korean only, he met Joy Song who apparently facing the very same problem as his. Making a pact to fake dating and thinking it as a perfect plan to trick his parents, soon the relationship started to change into something else. Frankly in Love explores the culture in the Korean community, self-identity, and conflicts within families.

The Infinite Noise by Lauren Shippen
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Based on her award-winning podcast, The Bright Sessions, Lauren Shippen’s debut, The Infinite Noise, is a story of atypical Caleb Michaels that has a power of sensing someone’s feelings. His life is getting way more complicated when he met Adam with his big and all-consuming feeling. His therapist suggested him to explore his connection with Adam, and as Caleb learned his ability, he also started to realize how dangerous an atypical can be.

The Babysitters Coven by Kate Williams
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When Esme Pearl, a proud babysitter’s club owner met Cassandra Heaven, an attractive and stylish rebel, she didn’t expect that she will have so much in common with her. Together, they’re solving the mysterious note from Cassandra’s mom and what it truly means to become a babysitter.

SLAY by Brittney Morris
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Seventeen-year-old Kiera Johnson is an honor student by day and a game developer by night. But when the game she developed caused a murder case, Kiera must preserve her secret identity and harness what it means to be unapologetically Black in a world intimidated by Blackness. Can she protect her game without losing herself in the process?

The Ten Thousand Doors of January by Alix E. Harrow
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In the early 1900s, January Scaller discovered a strange book, that has scent of other worlds and tells a tale of secret doors, of love, adventure, and danger. Each page turn reveals impossible truths about the world and January discovers a story increasingly entwined with her own.

The Tenth Girl by Sara Faring
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In this gothic psychological thriller debut, Mavi escaped to an isolated school at the very southern tip of South America. Mavi tried to embrace the strangeness of the place, but when one of the students is missing and the others behaved like they’re possessed, Mavi can’t ignore it any longer. In order to survive, she must solve a cosmic mystery—and then fight for her life.

Kingdom of Souls by Rena Barron
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Arrah, a descendant from a long line of the most powerful witch doctors in the land, failed at magic and couldn’t even cast a simple spell, she can’t help but feel disappointed at herself. When children in the kingdom begin to disappear, Arrah undergoes the dangerous and scorned process of selling years of her life for magic, but this borrowed magic is far more dark and dangerous than she could ever imagine.

Serpent & Dove by Shelby Mahurin
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The witch, Louise le Blanc and the Chasseur, Reid Diggory were never meant to meet each other. But a wicked stunt forces them into an impossible union. Unable to ignore her growing feelings, yet powerless to change what she is, a choice must be made.

There Will Come a Darkness by Katy Rose Pool
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For generations, the Seven Prophets guided humanity. Using their visions of the future, they ended wars and united nations―until the day, one hundred years ago, when the Prophets disappeared. All they left behind was one final, secret prophecy, foretelling an Age of Darkness and the birth of a new Prophet who could be the world’s salvation… or the cause of its destruction. A prince, a ruthless killer, a once-faithful leader, a reckless gambler, and a dying girl are set on a collision course. Will they save the world or will they destroy it?

Stormrise by Jillian Boehme
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Disappointing at her colorless future because of her gender, Rain took a chance by disguising as a boy when an army of nomads invades her kingdom, and a draft forces every household to send one man to fight. As war looms and Rain is enlisted into an elite, she begins to realize this dragon tincture may hold the key to her kingdom’s victory.

WHICH BOOK IS YOUR MOST ANTICIPATED FOR THIS MONTH?

New Voices You Don’t Want to Miss This August

I can’t believe I’ll start another post with yet another cliché intro, but I can’t believe it’s August already and here we are! This month, I’m anticipating a lot of debut releases and in today’s post, I’m ready to bring y’all with me on this guilty voyage called ‘Let’s add more books to our TBR pile’! Are you ready?!

100 Days of Sunlight by Abbie Emmons
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A contemporary story from debut author Abbie Emmons, featuring Tessa Dickinson, a blogger/poet who just recently become blind because of a car crash and Weston Ludovico, a confident and optimistic amputee who wants to help Tessa to keep blogging by becoming her typewriter. Through many ups and downs, and after Life knocked both of them down with different challenges during different times, we got to witness how the two started as barely a stranger, and become each other’s biggest support system.

As Many Nows As I Can Get by Shana Youngdahl
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In one impulsive moment the summer before they leave for college, overachievers Scarlett and David plunge into an irresistible swirl of romance, particle physics, and questionable decisions. This is the story of a grounded girl who’s pulled into a lightning-strike romance with an electric-charged boy, and the enormity of the aftermath.

Color Me In by Natasha Diaz
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Inspired by her personal experiences, Color Me In is a coming-of-age novel about the meaning of friendship, the joyful beginnings of romance, and the racism and religious intolerance that can both strain a family to the breaking point and strengthen its bonds. Biracial 16-year-old Nevaeh Levitz had to move to her mom’s family home in Harlem and she labeled as a white who’s too privileged to relate to the injustices they face on a daily basis as African Americans. Can she face this challenge when it comes from her own family?

Ziggy, Stardust and Me by James Brandon
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When homosexuality is still considered as a mental illness in 1973, aside from alcoholic father, sympathetic neighbor, and his friend, Carla, 16-year-old Jonathan Collins is completely alone. To cope with his loneliness, he escaped to an alternate universe, his own imagination. In this place, he had his hero David Bowie’s Ziggy Stardust and dead relatives, including his mother. Until suddenly, Web, a fearless, fearsome and, most importantly, not ashamed of being gay, stumbled into his life. And maybe, Web is a kind of escape Jonathan has never known. 

Carnegie Hill by Jonathan Vatner
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A belated-coming-of-age novel about sustaining a marriage—and knowing when to walk away. It chronicles the lives of wealthy New Yorkers and the staff who serve them, as they suffer together and rebound, struggle to free themselves from family entanglements, deceive each other out of love and weakness, and fumble their way to honesty.

Hollow Kingdom by Kira Jane Buxton
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Hollow Kingdom is a humorous, big-hearted, and boundlessly beautiful romp through the apocalypse and the world that comes after, where even a cowardly crow can become a hero. When one day, S.T., a domesticated crow, saw his owner’s eyeball falls out of his head, he feels like something isn’t quite right. Forced to leave his old life, S.T. now ventures out into a wild and frightening new world with his trusty steed Dennis, and discovered that humanity is about to extinct, and he seems to be the only one who can save it.

I’m Not Dying with You Tonight by Gilly Segal and Kimberly Jones
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When the opposite Lena and Campbell went into the Friday-night football game, they didn’t expect to descend into sudden mass chaos. Chaos born from violence and hate. Chaos that unexpectedly throws them together. They aren’t friends. They hardly understand the other’s point of view. But none of that matters when the city is up in flames, and they only have each other to rely on if they’re going to survive the night.

They Could Have Named Her Anything by Stephanie Jimenez
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Racism, class, and betrayal collide in this poignant debut novel about restoring the broken bonds of family and friendship. They Could Have Named Her Anything explores the heartfelt expectation of what it means to live up to the name you’ve been given and the more rewarding discovery of what really matters.

A Dress for the Wicked by Autumn Krause
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When 18-year-old Emmaline Watkins heard about the design competition held by the most admired fashion house in the city, she knew this is her opportunity to get closer to her dream. As the first “country girl” to compete, Emmy knows she’ll encounter extra hurdles on her way to the top. But as she navigates the twisted world of high fashion she starts to wonder: will she be able to tailor herself to fit into this dark, corrupted race? And at what cost?

Beasts of the Frozen Sun by Jill Criswell
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As a descendant of Aillira and god-gifted in her own right, Lira has the power to read people’s souls, to see someone’s true essence with only a touch of her hand. Until one day, a golden-haired warrior washes up on the shores of her homeland — Reyker — and after reading his soul, she realizes Reyker is different than his brethren who attack the coasts of Glasnith. As Lira and Reyker form a bond forbidden by both their clans, the wrath of the Dragon falls upon them and all over their city, and Lira finds herself facing the same tragic fate as her ancestor. The battle for Lira’s life, for Reyker’s soul, and for their peoples’ freedom has only just begun.

Crown of Coral and Pearl by Mara Rutherford
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Every girl in Ilara is dreaming to become the next princess of a kingdom that’s ruled their village for as long as anyone can remember. When a childhood accident left Nor with a permanent scar, it became clear that her identical twin sister, Zadie, would likely be chosen to marry the Crown Prince—while Nor remained behind, unable to ever set foot on land. But when Zadie is gravely injured, Nor is sent to Ilara in her place. To Nor’s dismay, her future husband, Prince Ceren, is as forbidding and cold as his home—a castle carved into a mountain and devoid of sunlight. And as she grows closer to Ceren’s brother, the charming Prince Talin, Nor uncovers startling truths about a failing royal bloodline, a murdered queen… and a plot to destroy the home she was once so eager to leave.

House of Salt and Sorrows by Erin A. Craig
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Twelve sisters lived in a manor by the sea, but when accidents came to them one by one until only four of them left, Annaleigh, one of the girls that survived, Annaleigh became increasingly suspicious that the deaths were no accidents. Her sisters have been sneaking out every night to attend glittering balls, dancing until dawn in silk gowns and shimmering slippers, and Annaleigh isn’t sure whether  to join or stop them. When Annaleigh’s involvement with a mysterious stranger who has secrets of his own intensifies, it’s a race to unravel the darkness that has fallen over her family—before it claims her next.

WHICH BOOK IS YOUR MOST ANTICIPATED FOR THIS MONTH?

10 Most Anticipated Releases for the Rest of 2019

TOP TEN TUESDAY was created by The Broke and the Bookish in June of 2010 and was moved to That Artsy Reader Girl in January of 2018. It was born of a love of lists, a love of books, and a desire to bring bookish friends together.

So, since today is a free prompt, I decided to go with a list that has been revolving around the community for a while and to be honest, because I just have no self-control and keep adding books to my TBR! However, I’m particularly anticipating these ten titles and hopefully, I can get to read them all this year!

When 16-year-old poetry blogger Tessa Dickinson is involved in a car accident and loses her eyesight for 100 days, she feels like her whole world has been turned upside-down. 

Terrified that her vision might never return, Tessa feels like she has nothing left to be happy about. But when her grandparents place an ad in the local newspaper looking for a typist to help Tessa continue writing and blogging, an unlikely answer knocks at their door: Weston Ludovico, a boy her age with bright eyes, an optimistic smile…and no legs.

Knowing how angry and afraid Tessa is feeling, Weston thinks he can help her. But he has one condition — no one can tell Tessa about his disability. And because she can’t see him, she treats him with contempt: screaming at him to get out of her house and never come back. But for Weston, it’s the most amazing feeling: to be treated like a normal person, not just a sob story. So he comes back. Again and again and again.

Tessa spurns Weston’s “obnoxious optimism”, convinced that he has no idea what she’s going through. But Weston knows exactly how she feels and reaches into her darkness to show her that there is more than one way to experience the world. As Tessa grows closer to Weston, she finds it harder and harder to imagine life without him — and Weston can’t imagine life without her. But he still hasn’t told her the truth, and when Tessa’s sight returns he’ll have to make the hardest decision of his life: vanish from Tessa’s world…or overcome his fear of being seen.

100 Days of Sunlight is a poignant and heartfelt novel by author Abbie Emmons. If you like sweet contemporary romance and strong family themes then you’ll love this touching story of hope, healing, and getting back up when life knocks you down.

 
How do I even started with this one? I’ve been hyped about this book for months now and it’s only a matter of days until its publication date (August 7, so mark your calendar!). I’m also incredibly grateful that I got the opportunity to read the ARC of this book and has been chosen to participate in Abbie’s blog tour. On August 5, I’ll post my full review about the book along with a guest post from Abbie herself about how she designed those gorgeous cover! Abbie also agreed to make an appearance on Debut District and she’ll be answering a series of fun questions, especially all about her debut release! Are you as excited as I am?! ARE YOU?! I hope you do, because 100 Days fo Sunlight is exactly how the title sounds and how the cover looks. Everything about it is delicate, soft, warm and I’m just completely swooned by the characters and their stories.
 

All-American Muslim Girl by Nadine Jolie Courtney
I’m so intrigued when I read the synopsis of this book. I believe we need more books with Muslim rep and this book brings a sensitive issue regarding Islamophobia and I just hope it will be discussed in a graceful manner.

Novice Dragoneer (Dragoneer Academy #1) by E.E. Knight
Can you tell I’m slowly falling for fantasy here? This book sounds very appealing because, uh, dragonriders?! Sign me up.

The Infinite Noise (The Bright Sessions #1) by Lauren Shippen
I’m sooooo ready for this one! A debut involving teenager with superpower but instead of being a superhero, they end up going to a therapy and having a (maybe) chill life? Never think of that possibility before, but I’m here for it!

The Light at the Bottom of the World (The Light at the Bottom of the World #1) by London Shah
Honestly, just the universe setting alone is enough to lure me to pick up this book. But, wait… Joining a competition in order to save a family? Fighting against evil government? A sci-fi debut from a Muslim author? GIVE ME. 

The mesmerizing adult debut from #1 New York Timesbestselling author Leigh Bardugo

Galaxy “Alex” Stern is the most unlikely member of Yale’s freshman class. Raised in the Los Angeles hinterlands by a hippie mom, Alex dropped out of school early and into a world of shady drug dealer boyfriends, dead-end jobs, and much, much worse. By age twenty, in fact, she is the sole survivor of a horrific, unsolved multiple homicide. Some might say she’s thrown her life away. But at her hospital bed, Alex is offered a second chance: to attend one of the world’s most elite universities on a full ride. What’s the catch, and why her?

Still searching for answers to this herself, Alex arrives in New Haven tasked by her mysterious benefactors with monitoring the activities of Yale’s secret societies. These eight windowless “tombs” are well-known to be haunts of the future rich and powerful, from high-ranking politicos to Wall Street and Hollywood’s biggest players. But their occult activities are revealed to be more sinister and more extraordinary than any paranoid imagination might conceive. 

 

 
Do I even need to explain why I included this book in the list? Aside from the massive hype about it, I just completely sucked by its synopsis. An adult fantasy? Check. Unsolved homicide? Check. University setting? Check. Secret societies of the rich? Check. Possible occult practice? Check. Leigh Bardugo, the queen itself? Check, check, check. And have you seen that cover? I know the snake has been a quirky trend this year, but I just can’t control myself to not adore this one. It’s elegant and minimalistic yet still showcasing that dark, mysterious, sinister vibes. And although I still haven’t read my SOC copies by now, I believe that Leigh Bardugo will amaze me (and everyone else!) with her adult fantasy debut!
 

Beyond the Black Door by A.M. Strickland
As I said before, I’m always a fan of character with powers. I’m not entirely sure about how Kamai’s power works here (like the difference of a dream and a soul), but the mysterious black door that keeps following her is definitely an interesting case to solve!

Children of Virtue and Vengeance (Legacy of Orïsha #2) by Tomi Adeyemi
Well, I just started the first book but only with a few pages in, it has been amazing! So, no need to deny that I’ll highly anticipate the sequel!

Kingdom of Souls by Rena Barron
More diversity, more fantasy, more #ownvoices author and I’m so ready! I got the opportunity to read the early copy of this book and participate in a blog tour which hosted by The FFBC on September, so look out for that!

The Starless Sea by Erin Morgenstern
I’m always here when it involves magical books and this one stole my heart immediately. Again, the universe setting sounds very interesting and it seems like it will involves multiple tropes but I’m excited for them all!

what’s your most anticipated book for the rest of 2019?

Debut Releases Coming Out This July 2019

Happy summer, everyone! This July, there are a lot of exciting debut releases and in today’s post, I’m going to share some of my most anticipated to read! From cute contemporary, enchanting fantasy to thrilling mystery and horror, it’s all here! Do you see any of these books in your TBR already?!

The Beckoning Shadow by Katharyn Blair
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A heart-stopping fantasy novel about a teenage runaway who enters a dangerous tournament with an impossible prize.

The Marriage Clock by Zara Raheem
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A debut release from Muslim author, Zara Reheem, featuring a young, Muslim-American woman who is given three months to find the right husband or else her traditional Indian parents will find one for her.

The Million Pieces of Neena Gill by Emma Smith-Barton
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A story of good girl gone bad. When her brother left her and everything in her life seems to be falling apart, Neena is about to find out that only love can piece you back together.

The Spaces Between Us by Stacia Tolman
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Two outcast best friends are desperate to survive the senior year and break away from their rural factory town.

The Merciful Crow by Margaret Owen
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A gritty YA fantasy about a young chieftain from a persecuted caste of mercy-killers who must rely on her wits and bone magic to smuggle the crown prince to safety.

Shatter the Sky by Rebecca Kim Wells
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A determined young woman sets out to rescue her kidnapped girlfriend by stealing a dragon from the corrupt emperor in this stunning fantasy from debut author Rebecca Kim Wells.

The Phantom Forest by Liz Kerin
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After being chosen for her village’s human sacrifice ritual, Seycia is transported to the Underworld and must join forces with Haben, the demon to whom she was sacrificed, to protect the family she left behind from beyond the grave. A story about love, survival, and what it means to be human.

The Storm Crow by Kalyn Josephson
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Two sisters are planning for revenge and igniting rebellion to take back the magical elemental crows that were taken from their people.

The Best Lies by Sarah Lyu
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Told in alternating timelines, Thelma and Louise meets Gone Girl in this twisted psychological thriller about the dark side of obsessive friendship.

The Blue Period by Luke Jerod Kummer
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A riveting novel about the tragic romance that nearly destroyed a young Pablo Picasso—while granting him his first flight of creative genius.

Temper by Layne Fargo
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A razor-sharp page-turner thriller story about female ambition and what happens when fake violence draws real blood…

Wilder Girls by Rory Power
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In this thrilling YA horror from debut author Rory Power, comes a story about survival and the power of female friendships.

WHICH BOOK IS YOUR MOST ANTICIPATED FOR THIS MONTH?