DAC January

I’ll be posting the debut author releases of each month along with mini-summaries in the spirit of the 2013 debut author challenge!


January 15th
Level 2 – Lenore Appelhans
Felicia Ward is dead and trapped in limbo before the guy who broke her heart breaks in to find her and she becomes the key to a brewing revolution.


January 9th
Nobody But Us – Kristin Halbrook
Will and Zoe are two teens on the run from their pasts.


January 29th
The Madman’s Daughter – Megan Shepherd
Juliet Moreau travels to a mysterious island to stop her father from performing the gruesome experiments that ruined her life.


January 8th
Revolution 19 – Gregg Rosenblum
After the 2071 robot revolution, three teens are living in a secret village with their families, and risk everything by infiltrating the enemy city when it is wiped out to search for survivors.


January 1st
Altered – Jennifer Rush
Anna must choose between staying in her sheltered life and following her true love, a boy genetically altered along with three others by her father.


January 2nd
Prophecy – Ellen Oh
A fantasy centered around Kira, the only female soldier in the king’s army, and the prince she’s sworn to protect


January 31st
Hooked – Liz Fichera


January 10th
The Cadet of Tildor – Alex Lidell
A fantasy thriller.


(US debut)
Slated – Teri Terry
Kyla’s memory is wiped out as punishment for a crime she can’t remember committing.


January 15th
Uses for Boys – Erica Lorraine Scheidt


January 1st
Splintered – A. G. Howard
Alyssa ventures into Wonderland to complete a series of tasks after she learns that the whispers her mother hears are based in a terrifying reality.


January 8th
Broken – A. E. Rought
A modern retelling of Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein.


January 22nd
Cinders & Sapphires – Leila Rasheed
Ada must choose between her true love and upholding her family’s honor.


January 8th
The Tragedy Paper – Elizabeth Laban
Teenage albino Tim MacBeth falls for “it” girl Vanessa Sheller.


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