Wednesday, February 26, 2014

Christina Makes the Bookish Rounds (36)

Christina Makes the Bookish Rounds is a feature that will let you know about recent MG/YA/NA book related news. I'll post about articles from the publishing industry, cover reveals, discussions from fellow bloggers, the latest tv/movie news, and giveaways that you're hosting. If you would like to follow along with cover reveals during the week, see my Pinterest.

Rights Report 1 & 2:

** What We Saw - Aaron Hartzler (about a girl who discovers that a classmate was raped while they attended the same party and then sets out to uncover the real story of what happened, Harper Teen, spring 2015).

** Twitch - Aaron Hartzler (about a boy whose popular older sister is suddenly struck with spasms and vocal tics, and the chaos that ensues as her malady seems to spread among her classmates, will follow a year later. Harper Teen).

** Scripted - Maya Rock (YA debut follows a girl living on an island where people disappear; the island is Truman Show–esque, and characters are cut if ratings dip too low. Putnam).

** Between Us and the Moon - Rebecca Maizel (a contemporary YA romance about a self-proclaimed science nerd who, over the course of one summer, falls for an older boy and learns that there's more to life than what can be seen through a telescope, and more to herself than equations and experiments. Harper Teen, summer 2015).

** Edgewater - Courtney Sheinmel (billed as a “YA Grey Gardens,” about a teen who lives in squalor in a crumbling mansion on Long Island and subsists on a mysterious trust fund – but who stands to lose everything when the secrets, lies, and scandals of the people around her are revealed. Abrams/Amulet, fall 2015).

** AbrakaPOW - Isaiah Campbell (MG - set during WWII and based on true events, tells the story of an 11-year-old aspiring magician and the tricks she must use to recapture Nazi POWs who escape from a West Texas prison camp. Simon & Schuster, fall 2016).

** The Struggles of Johnny Cannon - Isaiah Campbell (MG sequel to The Troubles of Johnny Cannon, finds Johnny embroiled in a Mafia blood feud as he searches for his happy ending. Simon & Schuster, fall 2015).

** Ronald Zupan & the Pirates of Borneo! - Steve Bramucci (Debut in which a 12-year-old would-be master adventurer embarks on a swashbuckling rescue mission when his parents are abducted by pirates, with the help of his greatest fencing rival, his pet cobra, and his trusty butler. Bloomsbury, 2016).

The books I mentioned last week and the one before are still not up on Goodreads; therefore I give up with them. Anyone who looks at old posts can find them later on.

In this link for Black Ice by Becca Fitzpatrick, they also announced her new novel, Sapphire Skies. The synopsis has been posted at that Goodreads link if you're interested.

Exciting news for Kelly at Stacked Books! She will be involved in Amber Keyser's THE V-WORD, a collection of personal essays by women about losing their virginity that captures the complexity of this important life changing decision and reflects diverse, real-world experiences, pubbed by Beyond Words in spring 2016. *This is not up on Goodreads yet -- I will check again next week.*

Also not on GR yet: ** The Pond - Joseph Kuefler (an ode to childhood imagination in which a boy discovers that the pond in his backyard contains a whole world, frightening, thrilling and full of adventure, ready to be explored. Balzer + Bray, fall 2015).

** Your Move, Abe Lincoln! - Leila and Tom Hirschfeld (the first of four middle-grade books in a comedic, interactive biography series, written by a father and high-school daughter writing team, Crown, spring 2016).

** Your Move, Ben Franklin! - Leila and Tom Hirschfeld (the first of four middle-grade books in a comedic, interactive biography series, written by a father and high-school daughter writing team. Crown, spring 2016).

** Untitled - Chris Grabenstein (Sequel to Escape from Mr. Lemoncello's Library, published in June 2013, which has just been optioned by Nickelodeon for TV development. The new book introduces the first-ever Library Olympics, with teams from all over the country competing to be crowned the Champions of Freedom of Expression. Random House, spring 2016).

** Next two novels from Sex & Violence author Carrie Mesrobian. The as-yet untitled books will continue in the same vein of gritty realistic fiction. Harper Teen, fall 2015).

AWARDSAndre Norton Award for Young Adult Science Fiction and Fantasy (The Coldest Girl in Coldtown, Holly Black, When We Wake, Karen Healey, Sister Mine, Nalo Hopkinson, The Summer Prince, Alaya Dawn Johnson, Hero, Alethea Kontis, September Girls, Bennett Madison, A Corner of White, Jaclyn Moriarty). Georgia Peach Award for 2014-2015 - The Nominees & teens can vote at the link (Eleanor & Park by Rainbow Rowell, Winger by Andrew Smith, All Our Yesterdays by Cristin Terrill, Of Beast and Beauty by Stacey Jay, March: Book One by John Lewis, Out of Nowhere by Maria Padian, 5th Wave, The by Rick Yancey, Me, Him, Them & It by Caela Carter, Tragedy Paper, The by Elizabeth Laban, Torn by David Massey, Just One Day by Gayle Forman, Yaqui Delgado Wants to Kick Your Ass by Meg Medina, Openly Straight by Bill Konigsberg, In the Shadow of Blackbirds by Cat Winters, Steelheart by Brian Sanderson, Shadow Society, The by Marie Rutkoski, My Friend Dahmer by Derf Backderf, Orleans by Sherri L. Smith, Criminal by Terra Elan McVoy, Living With Jackie Chan by Jo Knowles). The LA Times Book Prize Finalists for 2013 in Young Adult Literature (Elizabeth Knox, “Mortal Fire,” Rainbow Rowell, “Fangirl,” Joyce Sidman, “What the Heart Knows: Chants, Charms and Blessings,” Jonathan Stroud, “Lockwood & Co: The Screaming Staircase,” Gene Luen Yang, “Boxers & Saints.”). Also at that link - John Green winning the Innovator's Award. The 5th Wave by Rick Yancey also won the Red House children's book award.

BOOK TRAILERS: The Finisher - David Baldacci, Pretty Sly - Elisa Ludwig

EXCERPTS/EXTRAS: Fire and Flood - Victoria Scott, The Finisher - David Baldacci, What I Thought Was True - Huntley Fitzpatrick, Dreams of Gods and Monsters - Laini Taylor

REISSUES/ADAPTATIONSArchie Comics Adapted into YA Novels & The Borribles, once infamous children's books, reissued for 21st-century readers.

So the New York Times Book Review reviewed romance a week or two ago, and now some others following in its footsteps? The Washington Post will now have a recap of science fiction and romance novels.

Fall 2014 Children's Sneak Previews -- I love articles like this because it makes it more obvious, to me at least, what titles certain imprints are going to be pushing come autumn.

So, for all of you who want more J.K. Rowling news, apparently she planned the Cormoran Strike series to have seven books, like with Harry Potter. She'll be writing for a long time, even if it's not the fantasy we've come to expect/hope.

On The Books: Gender count shows literature is still a man's world. Three years ago, I met with a former children's book editor and he was telling me the same thing. I looked at him and was like, "But Young Adult Is Full of Women!" And he laughed because... look at those results.

The State of Ebooks.

ABA Adds 44 Stores in 2013. Yay for 10 stores in California!

Audiobooks and the Return of Storytelling. And this is why I ought to listen to more audiobooks... so many to come. Audible's growing in popularity, for sure.

This Is What a Librarian Looks Like -- such a cool project!

Cover Reveals:

*Note: All three of these say cover not final. The only reason I am posting them here is because one major publisher recently did a cover reveal with cover-not-final and these have been on GR for a while. I'm assuming that's for a reason.
Speculative Fiction 2013 - Ana Grilo and Thea James
*adult novel, but was likened to Bone Season, which was pitched as NA
Memories in Ink - Helena Hunting
Nowhere but Here - Renee Carlino
Crazy Undercover Love - Nikki Moore
***I apparently forgot to put these 3 titles in the collages***

Discussion/Other Blogger Posts:

An Epic Chart of 162 YA Retellings. If I had to recommend one article in this entire post, I'd suggest this one. The ladies at Epic Reads did a fantastic job. The infographics, the fun facts in the break-down. Every last bit of this. Check it out.
9 YA Books to Hold You Over for 'The Fault in Our Stars.' Only one I've read is The Spectacular Now by Tim Tharp -- and I would recommend that one. It's an interesting look at alcoholism (an issue book that doesn't read AT ALL like an issue book, so to speak) from a larger-than-life sort of PoV.

20 Signs You’ve Been Reading Too Much YA. Lol at #10. I call dibs on Aerith. (Not really).

15 YA Books That Need Be Made Into Movies. Some of the ones listed already have been optioned and Fallen, in particular, is being made into a movie... Also: "Dystopian future? Check. / Strong-willed female protagonist? Check. / What more do you need for a YA movie?" Well, if that were all, I imagine we'd have a lot more films...

Young Adult publishing and the John Green effect --- This is the article that was causing a lot of upset in your twitter streams last week. In case you haven't already read it / wanted to see what the fuss was.

10 Classic Children’s and YA Books That Will Never Be Dated. So funny (to me at least) that Bridge to Terabithia was described as a book not "being A Book With A Message" because I studied it in my Children's Literature class for its message. Haha. Also Whut. I need to read A Wrinkle in Time. It's on like every list I've ever seen.

To Harriet, on her 50th birthday: contemporary writers reflect on the influence of HARRIET THE SPY. That Children's Literature class I mentioned? We also studied Harriet the Spy... except that happened to be one of the books I didn't end up reading (oops). I'm now regretting that.

11 YA Books That Will Make You Cry. Seeing articles like this just makes me feel hardhearted since I rarely cry while reading :/. Do you agree with the choices?

The 16 Most Anticipated YA Books Publishing In March. I was seriously surprised that The Winner's Curse was only #3 on the list... why aren't more people anticipating that novel? IT'S BEAUTIFUL. My review comes next week! So does the novel (in the US, at least)!

Smart Reads For Teens (recommendations from Kirkus Reviews!).

14 Compelling Female Characters Who Need Their Own Spin-Off Novels. This is actually a really good list. Who cares about this Newt guy? Give me a novel or movie focused on Luna!

Beyond the Bestsellers: So You’ve Read “The Lunar Chronicles” by Marissa Meyer. It's interesting because the others are definite retellings, but the writing style is so different from Meyer's; I'm not sure I'd follow that rec, and yet her reasoning is sound with those bullet points :O. If you try 'em out, let me know how that goes.

An Apology to Bella Swan. "At Bella’s age, I was a lot like her. A whole lot." Truth. I once wrote about the same thing.

The Book Riot 2013 Reading Habits Survey: The Results. One statistic: Mean – Average # of Books Read in 2013: 75. So funny, because I think, if I'm not mistaken, that's at least the number that Stephen King "recommended" writers read per year in order to be "qualified" to write. Or something like that - don't quote me. I'd have to revisit On Writing.

A Diagrammatical Dissertation on Opening Lines of Notable Novels. Love. I want that poster.

Why traditional trade book publishers drive me up the wall. A discussion on the 2+ year wait for non-fiction books and how that long time lapse might make them feel less relevant when they are finally released.

Top 10 Forgotten Pulitzer Prize-Winning Novels. And I know 0 of these novels... o.o

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Movies/TV Shows:

‘Catching Fire’ becomes tenth highest-grossing film ever in US. ("The box office for this series has reached heights that were reached neither by Harry Potter, nor by Twilight. ...The Hunger Games does appear to be a mostly American phenomenon. Almost half of its worldwide gross came from the domestic box office, whereas the norm is for about two-thirds of a film’s worldwide gross to come from overseas.").

New "intimate" still from Divergent (title: Shailene Woodley: Theo James Is a Great Kisser)... So I mentioned last week how there was Divergent related merchandise available now, right? Like Mattel and the Tris and Four Barbie Dolls. Well, Sephora has launched a Divergent make-up brand and 30 Pieces Of Jewelry Inspired By The "Divergent" Trilogy.

‘Divergent’ director Neil Burger announces that the film is complete and ready for theater audiences. -- Are you ready for it? I am. I've been seeing those tv clips everywhere. Youtube ads, when I'm watching tv (didn't they feature it during the Olympics too?). Lots of coverage for Divergent. AND HERE'S WHY: This is a new trailer / clip that was showing during the Olympics. And here's yet another trailer / clip that's been showing. Besides that, there's also the Divergent soundtrack, with a lot of big names like Ellie Goulding, Snow Patrol, and Zedd... and I believe, if I'm not mistaken, that Hans Zimmer is scoring the film. And meanwhile, if you'd like to meet the cast, here's the multi-city tour schedule.

Markus Zusak: The Book Thief film's biggest hurdle was Death. Woah, did the movie just release in the UK? I thought it'd been released worldwide in the autumn!

There is a sequel to the Flowers in the Attic tv series and look at the first and second actors who they've cast. Have any of you been watching the show?

Ron Howard has reportedly been meeting with Warner Bros. to discuss directing and producing a live-action adaptation of Rudyard Kipling’s The Jungle Book.

AHHHH, not young adult, BUT STILL AHHH. Look they're making 13 new episodes of Heroes -- aka Heroes: Reborn. o.O.


Create a cover for BEFORE I FALL before March 5 for a $100 Amazon Giftcard.

Adventures in Children's Publishing, weekly giveaways: 02/28, 02/28, 02/28, 03/06.

Scholastic's February books giveaway.

Contemporary YA 2014. Ends 03/01.

Giveaways listed at Saturday Situation by Lori of Pure Imagination and Candace of Candace's Book Blog.

Don't forget to enter YABC's giveaways for the month.

Wish Giselle and Jenni Happy Birthday this month and take part in their cover madness giveaway hop. INT, ends 03/01.

Entangled Publishing's February Brazen Blast with Giveaway (Kindle Paperwhite and Amazon GC's). Ends 02/27.

The BookNerd International February Giveaway (Feb YA releases). Ends 02/28.

Win one of the YA Series Insiders books. Ends 02/27.

10 sets of novels from Simon Teen. Ends 02/28.

Make a book trailer for Of Neptune and there are three huge prize packs. INT, ends 03/31.

Winner's choice of romantic reads. INT, ends 02/27.

ARC of Mortal Heart by Robin LaFevers. US only, ends 03/04.

Selected audiobook from favorites list. Ends 03/18.

3 paperbacks of Pretty Crooked & 3 ARCS of Pretty Sly by Elisa Ludwig. US only, ends 03/06.

Finished copy of Moth and Spark. US only, ends 03/02.

Paperback copy of Unforgotten and hardback of Unremembered. US/CA only, ends 03/02.

Copy of Something Real by Heather Demetrios. US only, ends 03/07.

ARC of The Art of Lainey by Paula Stokes. INT, ends 03/02.

I've actually marked a lot more giveaways than I've listed here, but I'm so tired right now and so behind on other things like replying to your comments that I'l have to come back and add those for y'all later.


Recent Recommended Reads: You can read my review of Tin Star by Cecil Castellucci (Full of imaginative, careful details that establish an epic setting, Tin Star will appeal to science fiction fans who are looking with books with more solid world-building, fans of sharp, descriptive writing without angst, and fans of something different in young adult.). I read Split Second by Kasie West -- 100% adorable. If you liked Pivot Point, you're sure to like Split Second aka a sequel that does not disappoint. A blend of contemporary atmosphere, a dash of science fantasy/paranormal powers, and a heap of heart and humor are wonderfully combined in the romantic thriller plots comprising Kasie West's duology. Also read The Lives of Christopher Chant by Diana Wynne Jones, which was less entertaining than Charmed Life (the first published in that series) but still patented Diana Wynne Jones fun. Her books are so consistent -- I'm amazed. Still haven't finished reading The Crane Wife by Patrick Ness despite its beautiful writing, but hopefully will post that mini review, along with the one for Fire and Flood by Victoria Scott, this week lol. And last but not least, as a part of my read-along (that post when I called for buddy reads) with Kaede from Wake Up at Seven, I am still reading The Near Witch by Victoria Schwab. Hope to finish that soon!

Which articles did you like best? Did I miss any news? Did you host a cover reveal or discussion that I should have posted about? A giveaway? Leave the links, and I'll either edit this post or post about 'em next week.


  1. These posts are so amazing! Thanks for catching me up :)
    Loving the idea of buddy reads! Love is Not a Triangle Lauren and I did a read along post today and it was a lot of fun.
    Jen @ YA Romantics

    1. Thanks, Jen! They take a long time so I hope they're good for others. And yeah, buddy reads are just terrific. I saw your Half Bad post - I like how you two split it up to discuss. Looks like a lot of fun to be sure :)

  2. Oooh! Putting Edgewater on my TBR. Sounds like a good one.
    That's a fabulous article about audiobooks. I know that if I didn't listen to as many as I do, laundry would never get done in my house. :)
    I'm surprised Winner's Curse is #3 too. Fantastic novel. I'm pretty excited for The Nightmare Dilemma too. The Nightmare Affair was a fun read.
    hahaha Don't feel bad. I don't know any of those Pulitzer Prize Winning Novels either.
    I am so freaking excited for the new Heroes show!!!!! That show never should have been cancelled.

    1. I'm really surprised because I keep expecting TWC to be out on top and be really hyped - as hyped as Half Bad - but that doesn't seem to be the case? I have no idea. I hope Nightmare Dilemma works out for you! And ha, I never seem to know the classics or the awards winners. ME TOO ME TOO ME TOO. Can't wait for the new Heroes show!!!

  3. Wow there are so many links up here Christina! I just pre-ordered my copy of What I Thought was True, so can't wait to get started with this excerpt! I still have to read The Fault in Our Stars, but love that list of books you would enjoy too, even more so for the fact that I own a copy of The Spectacular Now! Thank you for keeping me in the loop once again. I can't wait to add all these new books to my tbr! :)

    1. Ahhh, I want to read What I Thought Was True too. I'll have to look & see what you think of it later! (I'm trying to stay on a book buying ban). Yaaaay I hope you enjoy The Spectacular Now, and TFiOS if you get to it :). Thanks for stopping by, Jasprit!

  4. What We Saw sounds heavy. Scripted sounds good! AbrakaPOW has something intriguing.

    The epic chart is awesome <3 Most of the fairy tales retellings are either on my TBR list or already read, of course, haha.
    "5. You’re seriously considering setting up a SnapChat account." Haha, I have one and I hate it :')
    Graceling as movie, YES PLEASE. I think Delirium might work on the screen, although I wasn't a huge fan of the series.
    Tiger Lily made me cry ugly tears and that hardly happens. I'm not much of a cry-girl, but thinking about this book already makes me want to sob, haha. Code name verity is high on my list.
    I didn't like Panic, I can't wait for The winner's curse, Into the dark was good, THE ASSASSIN'S BLADE, need it now. Gilded looks interesting.
    Luna her own spin-off, that would be great. She's such a fun character. Eowyn might be a good idea too. If Rue gets her own book, it will destroy people. You already know the sad ending.

    1. Hahah yes I bet that chart was made specifically for you Mel :). I hope you enjoy the ones to come on the TBR list. And hmmm, I want Graceling as a movie, but also wonder whether they'd be able to translate it in an acceptable way. Delirium would probably work on the big screen, yeah. AHHH you too? I read Tiger Lily a while back and liked it but not as much as everyone else it seems o.o. Enjoy the Sarah J. Maas' collection! A Rue spin-off would actually go really well with the underlying themes of the book, bring up good discussion on poverty and hunger, I'd imagine...

  5. I'm definitely with you on the no crying while reading, I just can't seem to shed more than two or three droplets but when it comes to movies or shows, it's like a waterfall haha.

    The Book Thief just came out earlier this month where I live, I think it was limited release back in November which is why :(

    I have never read The Flowers in the Attic but I was so curious I looked up all the books and just WOAH, it has some really crazy stuff.

    1. YES. That exactly. Like I can picture the character but the words don't make it enough for me to *feel* for that person a majority of time in the way that their faces do. Ahhh, maybe it was limited release -- I had no idea. Did you get a chance to watch the movie? And hahaha, yeah, I saw a bunch of articles about how controversial the books were. I haven't read them myself but... yeaaaah o.O

  6. So now we're discussing why THG seems to be an American thing. I wonder if we're so cut off from the rest of the world via our media. THG is happening all around the world, to this day. Civilians slaughtered for entertainment, government placing the blame of corruption and misery on the common people, threats, death, execution - these things are happening in everyone's own backyard.

    Just a thought.

    1. Hmm, well I don't think that article was implying that the actual message of the Hunger Games is American only. I think it was just saying that in terms of the box office, we're watching it more than the international crowd is... Potentially because we have that privilege whereas all the things you listed are happening elsewhere.


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