New Releases January: TBR

***I am constantly reading, so chances are there are more books that I will read this month. These are just a few featured new releases that I am excited for. If you would like to request a review, please email me at delaneywritesthings@outlook.com. Thanks!***

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Spooky.

‘Lost Girls’ by Merrie Destefano

Goodreads Link: ‘Lost Girls’

Genres: YA Contemporary, YA Mystery

Why I’m Interested: This sounds super mysterious and amazing. Not to mention, I’m all about the badass fighter girl thing she’s got going on.

                           

 

 

  ‘I See London, I See France’ by Sarah Mlynowski

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This cover reminds me of the old ‘Angus, Thongs, and Full Frontal Snogging’ books.

  Goodreads Link: ‘I See London, I See France’   

Genres:       YA/NA Romance, YA/NA Contemporary

    Why I’m Interested: Adventures in London? Cute boys, friendship drama, and intense family crisis…this sounds like a fluffy quick read. However, I’m hoping that she learns some life lessons and the end is satisfying.

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I love this cover.

 

‘Life in a Fishbowl’ by Len Vlahos

Goodreads Link: ‘Life in a Fishbowl’

Genres: YA Contemporary

Why I’m Interested: This book looks depressing as hell. Maybe I just like to torture myself by reading really, really sad things sometimes. Either way, I expect to be stressed out and cry a little.

 

 

‘What I Lost’ by Alexandra Ballard

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I like simple covers like this one.

Goodreads Link: ‘What I Lost’

Genres: YA Contemporary

Why I’m Interested: Real life situations, and someone going through an emotional journey of healing. I also want to know who the mysterious stranger is that keeps sending Elizabeth boxes.

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