Monday, November 1, 2010

Published in November (UK)

Here are some of the teenage/YA titles that are published in the UK in November. I will put a link to this post and previous and subsequent "monthly" lists in my sidebar. Title links go to Please let me know of others to add to the list.

Releases by month so far:
January, February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September and October.

Virginia Andrews _ Daughter of Darkness (1st, Simon & Schuster Ltd, HB?)
Karen Brooks - Tallow (1st, Woolshed Press, pb)
Jennifer Brown - Hate List (4th, Little, Brown Young Readers, pb)
Garrett Carr - Lost Dogs (1st, Simon & Schuster Childrens Books, pb)
Eishes Chayil - Hush (1st, Walker & Co, HB)
Kimberly Derting - The Body Finder (11th, Headline, pb)
Patricia Elliott - The Traitor's Smile (4th, Hodder Children's Books, pb)
Beate Teresa Hanika - Learning to Scream (4th, Andersen, pb)
Sonya Hartnett - The Midnight Zoo (1st, Walker, HB)
Alyxandra Harvey - Out for Blood (1st, Bloomsbury Publishing PLC, pb)
Mark Leyland - One Night Under Castle Moor (1st, Hirst Publishing, pb)
April Lindner - Jane (4th, Poppy, HB)
Gabrielle Lord - November (4th, Hodder Children's Books, pb)
Lisa McMann - Gone (1st, Simon & Schuster Childrens Books, pb)
James Patterson - Witch & Wizard: The Gift (4th, Arrow (Young), HB)
Kathy Reichs - Virals (2nd, Arrow (Young), pb)
Dyan Sheldon - Crazy Things Girls Do For Love (1st, Walker, pb)
Sara Shepard - Pretty Little Liars (tv-tie-in) (4th, ATOM, pb)
Sara Shepard - Pretty Little Liars: Flawless (tv-tie-in) (4th, ATOM, pb)
Sara Shepard - Pretty Little Liars: Unbelievable (tv-tie-in) (4th, ATOM, pb)
Sara Shepard - Pretty Little Liars: Perfect (tv-tie-in) (4th, ATOM, pb)
L J Smith - Stefan's Diaries (4th, Hodder Children's Book, pb)


  1. Oh no, another James Patterson novel I will have to read.

    Surprisingly few this month? I would have thought there would be lots of books released for the Christmas shop. Hmmm...

  2. December's list (currently) is even shorter but January's is already enormous!

    Do you keep up with JP's crime books as well?