Debut authors I want to read in 2014

February 16, 2014 Randomz 4

I’m trying to be organized, here. As one of my goals for 2014, I decided to participate in the cool Debut Author Challenge hosted by Kristi at The Story Siren. I started a list on Goodreads, but to be honest, I’m not great at remembering to look at that list rather than my main Want to Read, and the publish date isn’t immediately apparent in list view. So, in order to be a bit less scattered, I am linking to 12 books by debut authors that I would like to read, and the date that these books are released. Each cover links to its page on Goodreads. Here we go!

Half Bad by Sally Green
Publish date: March 4

The 57 Lives of Alex Wayfare by MG Buehrlen
Publish date: March 4

Nil by Lynne Matson
Publish date: March 4

Stolen Songbird by Danielle L Jensen
Publish date: April 1

Love Letters to the Dead Publish date: April 1

Burn Out by Kristi Helvig
Publish date: April 8

Prisoner of Night and Fog by Anne Blankman
Publish date: April 22

The Falconer by Elizabeth May
Publish date: May 6

Camelot Burning by Kathryn Rose
Publish date: May 8

Illusive by Emily Lloyd-Jones
Publish date: July 15

Tabula Rasa by Kristen Lippert-Martin
Publish date: September 23

Beware the Wild by Natalie C. Parker
Publish date: October 21

It looks like I’ll have a lot of reading to do come March through May. And if you are interested in participating, it’s not too late to sign up for the challenge over at The Story Siren. It is a great way to support new authors!


Have you heard of any of these books? Are you doing any challenges this year yourself?

4 Responses to “Debut authors I want to read in 2014”

  1. Ashley

    Excellent idea! Stolen Songbird, Love Letters to the Dead, The Falconer, Camelot Burning, and Tabula Rasa are all on my list as well…so basically your whole list, lol.

    • Anne

      I’m crossing my fingers on this one. Here’s to hoping that there isn’t too much focus on the love story, because this is about Hitler’s niece, set in Nazi Germany. That has to be played up and taken seriously.

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