So…

It’s almost March. That would probably be a good time to officially declare my intention to participate in the story siren’s Debut Author Challenge for 2011.

I’ll be reading at least twelve debut books during this year, and I’ll review them here.

So consider this my notice of intent to review. I’ll update this post with names and titles and dates when I have a brain left.

Edit:

So here’s the list of titles I pulled off to look for.

  1. XVI, by Julia Karr
  2. Across The Universe, by Beth Revis.
  3. Girl Saves Boy, by Steph Bowe
  4. The Liar Society, by Lisa Roeker and Laura Roeker
  5. Kat, Incorrigible, by Stephanie Burgis
  6. Possession, by Elana Johnson
  7. Memento Nora, by Angie Smibert
  8. Divergent, by Veronica Roth
  9. Wither, by Lauren DeStephano
  10. Entangled, by Cat Clarke
  11. Anna Dressed In Blood, by Kendare Blake
  12. The Near Witch, by Victoria Schwab
  13. Blood Magic, by Tessa Gratton
  14. Wildfire, by Karsten Knight
  15. The Iron Thorn, by Caitlin Kittredge
  16. Possess, by Gretchen McNeil
  17. The Girl of Fire and Thorns, by Rae Carson
  18. Vanished, by Sheela Chari
  19. Enclave, by Ann Aguirre
  20. Future Imperfect, by K Ryer Breese
  21. Deathless, by Catherynne M Valente
  22. Hourglass, by Myra McEntire
  23. Don’t Expect Magic, by Kathy McCullough
  24. Forgotten, by Cat Patrick
  25. The Faerie Ring, by Kiki Hamilton
  26. Dark Mirror, by M. J. Putney
But realistically, I probably won’t get to all of those. Let’s just say those are the titles I’ll be looking out for as the year progresses. 😀
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2 thoughts on “So…

  1. You need to review stuff so I know if I should bother to read it. *BEAMS UNETHICALLY*

    I am enjoying Across the Universe more, btw, but I dislike Elder.

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