TopTenTuesday5 BorderCan you believe it’s 2015?! There are so many fantastic books coming out this year, and as always, a good number are by debut authors. Let’s take a look at a few of those this week.

These are my anticipated reads for 2015, by debut authors. My list includes Middle Grade novels as well as Young Adult titles.

As usual, this weekly meme is hosted by The Broke and Bookish. Welcome to the first Top Ten Tuesday on the new blog!

writtenWritten in the Stars by Aisha Saeed

 

red queen

Red Queen by Victoria Aveyard

 

emberAn Ember in the Ashes by Sabaa Tahir

 

conspiracyThe Conspiracy of Us by Maggie Hall

 ink and ashesInk and Ashes by Valynne E. Maetani

 

valiantValiant by Sarah McGuire

 

book scavengerBook Scavenger by Jennifer Chambliss Bertman

 

extraExtraordinary by Miriam Spitzer Franklin

 

the honest truthThe Honest Truth by Dan Gemeinhart

 

the girl at midnightThe Girl at Midnight by Melissa Grey

Are any of these titles on your Top Ten List for this week?

Tell me about other books you think I shouldn’t miss this next reading year! Leave a link to your posts, and I’ll be sure to stop by for a visit.

What Katie Read

23 Comments on Top Ten Anticipated Debuts for 2015

  1. Great list! I’m especially interested in Valiant, after hearing Sarah read the opening at a writer’s retreat. I was rivited then, and have been waiting (impatiently!) to read the rest!

    • Oh no–I want to stay away from the Love Triangles too! This must be stopped!! 😀 LOL. Red Queen is on a lot of lists–really excited about this one. And Written in the Stars sounds beautiful!

  2. Thanks, Katey 🙂 There’s got to be a setting. As far as I know, it doesn’t happen when people post on my blog. If I find out it does, I’ll go crazy trying to figure it out ’cause I know I hate having to confirm a follow, and there a good chunk of them that it happens with : / It already takes time to post and between CAPTCHAs and confirms, they wastes time and filla up the inbox I’m trying to empty lol

  3. Great list! I have 3 of those on my list too. Written in the Stars and The Girl at Midnight are a couple that I am going to need to add to my TBR. I also need to check out some of the others that you included on your list!
    I am so excited for Red Queen. I can’t wait to read it.

  4. Nice list. You have a few here I didn’t know about, and several that are also on my TTT List. I will be adding Book Scavenger to the must buy list for my kids. Thanks for including it. 2015 should be a fantastic reading year for all of us.

  5. I’m looking forward to a lot of similar ones, especially Red Queen, An Ember in the Ashes, and The Conspiracy of Us! I’m curious about The Girl at Midnight, might wait for reviews. And Valiant sounds really good! I read some middle grade and when I do, I usually prefer fantasy. The cover for Written in the Stars is beautiful. 2015 is going to be a good reading year!!

    • I so agree with you! 2015 is going to be a wonderful reading year! I’m getting ready to post my challenges for the year and I’m excited thinking about all the wonderful books I’m planning to read. 🙂 There’s a LOT of fabulous MG Fantasy, and I hope Valiant meets your expectations if you do read it!

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