Monday, January 2, 2012

Happiness in 2012: Books Coming Our Way

I have a list.
I don't think of myself as a big list person, but I can make an effort for the Really Important Stuff.
Like these books coming out now that it is 2012.
These are not in any kind of order at all, because that would have entailed making a list and sorting.
But here it is. I won't even use numbers.

Passenger,the sequel to The Marbury Lens Andrew Smith

Never Enough by Denise Jaden, author of Losing Faith

Ask the Passengers by A.S. King, author of Everybody Sees the Ants

Fear (Gone #5) by Michael Grant
BZRK by Michael Grant
*Michael Grant is really cool.

Shadows by Ilsa Blick
Drowning Instinct by Ilsa Blick

The next Shades of London book by Maureen Johnson

Unraveling Isabel by Eileen Cook

Zero by Tom Levine

Kill Order by James Dashner

Bittersweet by Sarah Ockler

And I live in hope for more books soon from Joe Lunievicz, author of Open Wounds. I know Sara Zarr has another book coming, but I don't know when.

And now for 2013. I know I should live in the present. I try. But you need to know these books are coming.

The End Games by T. Michael Martin

Winger by Andrew Smith

Trollhunters by Daniel Kraus
Scowlers by Daniel Kraus


  1. Wow! Most - who am I kidding - all the writerly blogs I follow have lists of what they plan to read in 2012 and beyond! Wow is all I can say cos I guess I'm such a panster and most disorganised - I tend to wing things - so if I stroll into a bookshop and a book catches my eye, I buy. If I stroll into a library same goes (well I borrow!LOL). If I read a paper and their book review section has a selection, I'm all ears (and eyes!). I have absolutely no plan, no rhyme or reason and tend to capture moments as and when they happen! Actually it explains a lot of why I am where I am now (absolutely nowhere - and happy if a little crazy!)! And now I am babbling! Off I go!

    Take care

  2. You're probably the only person excited about Trollhunters because of me and not Guillermo! Most appreciated.

    1. I'm in awe of the big G. But you walk on coffin liquor.