Dec 1, 2015

The 10 2016 Debut Novels That I'm Looking Forward to Reading

Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme hosted by The Broke and the Bookish. This week I am writing about the top 10 2016 debut novels I am looking forward to.  Click the links to go straight to goodreads and read the books summaries and get more information.  :)

The 10 2016 Debut Novels That I Am Looking Forward to Reading

1.  Jerkbait by Mia Siegert

Woah.  This sounds really dark but intriguing.  I like to LGBT books where characters are coming out/questioning so I think that is what initially attracted me to this book.  But then there's the part about running away with an internet dude.  Online dating is another thing that intrigues me.  So this books sounds fascinating to say the least.

2.  A Study in Charlotte by Brittany Cavallaro

This book sounds like it combines a few things I love: prep school, spying, and murder investigations.  Plus there's the whole Sherlock Holmes factor. Hmmmm.

3.  The Girl Who Fell by Shannon M. Parker

I feel like maybe this book is about abusive relationships, and those are always hard to read about. But nevertheless, I'm intrigued.  I like first loves gone wrong.

4.  Enter Title Here by Rahul Kanakia

Ahh this sounds so good.  I love the idea of a girl getting a book deal, but having to make her life more interesting in order to write the book.  Can't wait for this debut.

5.  Underwater by Marisa Reichardt

What did Morgan do?  I suppose I will have to read this book to find out.

6. Firsts by Laurie Elizabeth Flynn

Aw. This sounds so awkward but like it could be good.  I generally like books with sex positive messages because I think that is something I would have appreciated as a teen reading young adult novels.

7.  The Love That Split The World by Emily Henry

What? Hmm!  Interesting cover and interesting blurb.

8. Summer of Sloane by Erin L. Schneider

Summer? Surf? Hawaii?  Sounds like the perfect beach read.

9.  Beyond the Red by Ava Jae

I'm not always into science fiction but this one sounds fascinating.  I like reading Ava's blog and watching her vlogs so I think I'll check her book out when it's published.

10.  Symptoms of Being Human by Jeff Garvin

A gender fluid teenager who is also a blogger?  Count me in!

Take care,


  1. Girl, you have dug deep and founds some amazing books. You have several here that are a first for me. Beyond the Red sounds amazing with all of the conflict and uprising. Enter Title sounds like a good one too...and Jerkbait sounds like an emotional read. Thanks for showing me something different and adding to my TBR.

    1. Thanks Old Mother Hen! Let's just say that I spend way too much of my free time on Goodreads. haha

  2. I can not wait for A Study in Charlotte ... except I totally forgot to include it in my post lol. Oh well. My TTT

    1. Thanks for commenting, Carrie. You'll have to mention it in another post. lol :)

  3. A Study in Charlotte is on my list too. It sounds absolutely incredible! I adore the cover as well. By the way, I love your blog design; it's absolutely lovely!
    Krystianna @ Downright Dystopian

    1. Thanks Krystianna! I see we share a couple of the same choices. :)

  4. Awesome list! Symptoms of Being Human, Jerkbait and The Girl Who Fell all look excellent. Happy debut reading :)

  5. A Study In Charlotte sounds awesome! Can't believe I hadn't heard of it before this week!
    My TTT: