New Releases: December 16


Here’s a selection of some of the new YA novels hitting the shelves this week (16th – 22nd December).

Asher’s Shot by Elizabeth Wheeler
Publisher: Bold Strokes Books
Release date: December 16th
Asher’s black-and-white view of the world has shifted to color, and his candid pictures capture the truth, but what if his success as a photographer requires exposing an enemy?

Driving Lessons by Annameekee Hesik
Publisher: Bold Strokes Books
Release date: December 16th
Abbey Brooks has a to-do list: get her driver’s license, come out to her mom, get (and keep) a girlfriend, and survive another year of basketball. As always, though, nothing goes according to plan.

lifer beck nicholasLifer by Beck Nicholas
Publisher: Month9Books
Release date: December 16th
Asher is a Lifer, a slave aboard the spaceship Pelican. A member of the lowest rung of society, she must serve the ship’s Officials and Astronauts as punishment for her grandparents’ crimes back on Earth.

Storm Fall (Rebel Wing #2) by Tracy Banghart
Publisher: Alloy Entertainment
Release date: December 16th
Aris Haan gave up everything to join the Atalantan Military. Now she has a chance to go back to the battlefield—as herself. But as hard as it was to be a soldier in disguise, it’s even more difficult now.

Across the Ages by RaShelle Workman
Publisher: self-published
Release date: December 21st
When Lucy Channing’s dead grandmother gives her a beautiful locket, as soon as her fingers brush the cold copper, Lucy is swept out of the nineteenth century and into the twenty-first.


winter falls nicole maggiWinter Falls (Twin Willows Trilogy #1) by Nicole Maggi
Publisher: Medallion Press
Release date: December 22nd
Alessia Jacobs is dying to get out of Twin Willows. Things look up when a new family comes to town, but when she falls for the hot, mysterious son, Jonah, her life turns upside down.

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Lucy Nisbet

Lucy is an English teacher-in-training and a self-confessed book nerd. She often buys more books than she can reasonably afford or possibly have time to read. Her Hogwarts letter is now several years too late, but she’s sure it’s just gotten lost in the post.

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