New & Updated Release Dates

The 2014-2017 Release Dates page has been updated with quite a few changes. Lots of link & date updates, as well as a few additions; so be sure to check out if there’s been a change with your favorite author. As always, if there’s something I’m missing, please don’t hesitate to add it at the end. For those interested, a printable version of the current New Releases page is still available.

Here’s just a few of the changes that were made:

7/29/2014: CWeitz-Young WorldThe Young World by Chris Weitz

8/1/2014: The Frankenstein Journals by Scott Sonneborn
8/12/2014: Soda Pop Solider by Nick Cole
8/14/2014: The Only Thing Worse Than Witches by Lauren Magaziner
8/26/2014: Frank Einsten and the Antimatter Motor by Jon Scieszka

9/2/2014: Flypaper by Chris Angus
9/9/2014: City of Stairs by Robert Jackson Bennett
9/9/2014: Hell Hound Curse by Eleanor Hawken
9/9/2014: Space Taxi: Water Planet Rescue by Wendy Mass and Michael Brawer
9/16/2014: Hook’s Revenge by Heidi Schulz
9/16/2014: The Whispering Skull by Jonathan Stroud
9/18/2014: The Knight by Pierre Pevel
9/30/2014: As Long As You Love Me by Ann Aguirre (2B Trilogy #2)
9/30/2014: Sparkers by Eleanor Glewwe
9/30/2014: Burning Desire by Donna Grant

10/1/2014: Fat & Bones and Other Stories by Larissa Theule
10/7/2014: Night Sky (Dangerous Destiny) by Melanie Brockmann and Suzanne Brockmann
10/7/2014: Scarlet Tides by David Hair
10/14/2014: Stitching Snow by RC Lewis
10/14/2014: My True Love Gave To Me: Twelve Holiday Stories by Stephanie Perkins, Rainbow Rowell, David Levithan and Holly Black
10/15/2014: Charming by Kris Wade
10/27/2014: The Demon Barker of Wheat Street by Kevin Hearne
10/27/2014: The Sweeter the Juice by Mark Henry
10/27/2014: A Duet with Darkness by Allison Pang
10/27/2014: The Cold Girl by Rachel Caine
10/28/2014: The Darkest Powers: Complete Trilogy Collection by Kelley Armstrong
10/28/2014: The Darkness Rising: Complete Trilogy Collection by Kelley Armstrong
10/28/2014: Martyr (The Hunted) by A.R. Kahler
10/28/2014: Archangel’s Shadows by Nalini Singh (Guild Hunter)

11/4/2014: Metrophage by Richard Kadrey
11/4/2014: The Map to Everywhere by Carrie Ryan and John Parke Davis
11/4/2014: Her Lone Wolf by Paige Tyler (X-Ops #2)
11/11/2014: The Halcyon Bird by Kat Beyer
11/14/2014: The Name of the Blade by Zoe Marriott
11/17/2014: Blade on the Hunt by Lauren Dane
11/25/2014: The Shape of My Heart by Ann Aguirre (2B Trilogy #3)
11/25/2014: Broken Open by Lauren Dane
11/25/2014: The Last Oprichnik by Jasper Kent

12/2/2014: On Her Majesty’s Behalf by Joseph Nassise
12/2/2014: Universal Alien by Gini Koch
12/2/2014: The Immortals of Meluha by Amish Tripathi
12/9/2014: Sunglasses After Dark: Full Blooded Collection by Nancy Collins and Stanley Shaw
12/15/2014: Daughter of the Midway, the Mermaid, and the Open, Lonely Sea by Seanan McGuire
12/15/2014: The Three Lives of Lydia by Delilah S. Dawson
12/15/2014: A Chance in Hell by Jackie Kessler
12/15/2014: Hell’s Menagerie by Kelly Gay
12/15/2014: Recession of the Divine by Hillary Jacques
12/23/2014: JSorenson-UnbeautifulUnbeautiful by Jessica Sorensen
12/30/2014: Hot Blooded by Donna Grant

1/12/2015: Freak House by Kelly Meding
1/12/2015: Painted Love by Rob Thurman
1/12/2015: The Inside Man by Nicole Peeler
1/12/2015: The Werewife by Jaye Wells

2/3/2015: Jaguar Pride by Terry Spear
2/10/2015: Smek for President by Adam Rex

3/3/15: Razorhurst by Justine Larbalestier
3/31/2015: Firestorm by Nancy Holzner (Deadtown)
3/31/2014: Night’s Blaze by Donna Grant
3/31/2015: Instinct by Sherrilyn Kenyon (Chronicles of Nick)

4/7/2015: The Queen of Bright and Shiny Things by Ann Aguirre
4/7/2015: SEAL Wolf for Sale by Terry Spear
4/7/15: The Grace of Kings by Ken Liu (Dandelion Dynasty #1)
4/21/2015: The Remedy by Suzanne Young

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