Saturday, October 1, 2011

Published in October (2011)

Here are some of the teenage/YA titles that are being published in the UK in October 2011. I will put a link to this post and previous and subsequent "monthly" lists in my sidebar. January's list can be found here, February's here, March's here, April's here, May's here, June's here, July's here, August's here and September's here . Title links go to Please let me know of others to add to the list. In general I have not included re-issues and have stuck to UK publishers.

Monthly lists for 2010 can be found here.

I have tried to identify all the British authors which I hope will be useful to those doing the Bookette's excellent British Books Challenge.

David Almond - My Name is Mina (6th, Hodder Children's Books, HB) British Author
Cathy Brett - Verity Fibbs (13th, Headline, pb) British Author
Kevin Brooks - Naked (6th, Puffin, pb) British Author
Garrett Carr - Deep Deep Down (27th, Simon & Schuster Childrens Books, pb) moved to 24 Nov 2011
PC & Kristin Cast - Awakened (25h, ATOM, pb)
PC & Kristin Cast - Destined (25th, ATOM, HB)
H M Castor - VII (1st, Templar, HB) British Author
Cinda Williams Chima - The Wizard Heir (6th, Indigo, pb)
Deborah Cooke - Flying Blind (31st, Allison & Busby, pb)
Kate Costelloe - Natalie's Bridesmaid Blues (6th, Hodder Children's Books, pb) British Author
Melissa de la Cruz - Lost in Time (6th, ATOM, pb)
John Dickinson - Muddle and Win (6th, David Fickling Books, HB) British Author
Jennifer Donnelly - Revolution (3rd, Bloomsbury Publishing PLC, pb)
Leigh Fallon - Carrier of the Mark (27th, HarperCollinsChildren'sBooks, pb)
Kami Garcia & Margaret Stohl - Beautiful Chaos (18th, Puffin, pb)
Gemma Halliday - Deadly Cool (11th, HarperCollins, pb)
Alyxandra Harvey - Bleeding Hearts (3rd, Bloomsbury Publishing PLC, pb)
Nancy Holder & Debbie Viguie - Crusade: the Damned (27th, Simon & Schuster Childrens Books, pb)
Robin Jarvis - Tales from the Wyrd Museum (2) - The Raven's Knot (27th, HarperCollinsChildren'sBooks, pb) British Author
Julie Kagawa - The Iron Queen (21st, MIRA Ink, pb)
Andrew Lane - Fire Storm (7th, Macmillan Children's Books, HB) British Author
Rebecca Lim - Mercy: Muse (27th, HarperCollinsChildren'sBooks, pb)
Mark Lowery - Socks are Not Enough (6th, Scholastic, pb) British Author
Jessica Martinez - Virtuosity (27th, Simon & Schuster Childrens Book, pb)
Stephenie Meyer & Young Kim - Twilight: Graphic Novel Volume 2 (11th, ATOM, HB)
Kenneth Oppel - This Dark Endeavour (6th, David Fickling Books, HB)
Panama Oxridge - Thyme Running Out (1st, Inside Pocket Publishing Ltd, HB) British Author
James Patterson - Witch & Wizard: Fire (13th, Arrow, HB)
Jackson Pearce - Sweetly (6th, Hodder Children's Books, HB)
James Phelan - Quarantine: Alone (27th, ATOM, pb)
Chris Priestly - The Dead of Winter (3rd, Bloomsbury Publishing PLC, pb) British Author
Philip Reeve - Scrivener's Moon (6th, Marion Lloyd Books, pb)
Kathy Reichs - Virals (27th, Arrow, pb)
Ilkka Remes - Hot Porperty on the North Sea (6th, Andersen, pb)
Samantha Rendle - House of Vampires (31st, SilverWood Books, pb) British Author
James Riordan - Blood Runner (6th, Frances Lincoln Children's Books, pb) British Author
Amy Kathleen Ryan - Glow (7th, Macmillan Children's Books, pb)
Lili St Crow - Reckoning (27th, Quercus Publishing Pl, pb)
Simon Scarrow - Gladiator (6th, Puffin, pb) British Author
Marcus Sedgwick - Diamonds & Doom (6th, Orion Childrens, HB) British Author
Marcus Sedgwick - Vampires & Volts (6th, Orion Childrens, pb) British Author
Marcus Sedgwick - Midwinterblood (6th, Indigo, HB) British Author
Jessica Shirvington - Embrace (6th, Orchard, pb)
Maggie Stiefvater - The Scorpio Races (19th, Scholastic, pb)
Helen Stringer - The Midnight Gate (7th, Macmillan Children's Books, pb) British Author
Rachel Vincent - My Soul to Steal (21st, MIRA Ink, pb)
L A Weatherly - Angel Fire (1st, Usborne Publishing Ltd, pb)
Isla Whitcroft - The Cate Carlisle Files: Deep Water (1st, Piccadilly, pb) British Author

1 comment:

  1. For once this is a month when I'm not desperate to read any of the titles released. I've already read Midwinterblood and that is the one book I'd have been wishing for. I guess this means I can catch up on some of the other books I've got.