This is a monthly meme of mine that I made up! :) It's similar to my "Waiting on Wednesday" posts, but highlights many books, not just one. And doesn't include summaries. If you'd like to do it too, you can. But could you link the idea credit to me? Thanks!
Here's a list of young adult books that are still in-the-making or will be published in the future. This can range from being released tomorrow, to two years from now! These covers and release dates might not be permanent, it's just what I saw on Amazon, Goodreads, or the author's website. Hope this will be efficient to expand your reading pile!
Sisters Red by Jackson Pearce (June 7, 2010): "Fairy tales take a modern twist with this action-packed story of strong sisters, deadly wolves, and risky love." -Melissa Marr
Things I Know About Love by Kate le Vann (June 22, 2010): Swept up in the promise of romance and the magical New York City that Adam shows her, Livia is smitten, but with all she knows about love, is Livia really ready to risk her heart again?
Majix: Notes From a Serious Teen Witch by Douglas Rees (July 1, 2010): Kestrel is a witch-in-training forced to move to California.
Dark Flame by Alyson Noel (June 22, 2010): In Alyson Noel’s most darkly seductive Immortals novel yet, Ever fights for control of her body, her soul—and the timeless true love she’s been chasing for centuries.
7 Souls by Barnabus Miller (July 13, 2010): With its blend of suspense, horror, fantasy, and realism, 7 Souls is an adrenaline rush of a thriller.
Plus by Veronica Chambers (August 5, 2010): The perfect romantic makeover story about an every-girl whose dream comes true.
Rush by Jonathan Friesen (June 10, 2010): Jake King is a full-fledged adrenaline junkie. Firefighting is like breathing pure adrenaline. And if he doesn’t stop soon, they could all get burned...
Watch Me by Lauren Barnholdt (July 6, 2010): "I could not put this book down - it was hilarious! Barnholdt is a fresh new voice in teen fiction." - Sarah Mlynowski
Freak Magnet by Andrew Auseon (June 15, 2010): A love story as only Andrew Auseon can write it: with unflagging soul and plenty of crazy.” - Sara Zarr