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1. The Man Who Walked Away by Maud Casey. March 4th 2014. (I actually requested this book on Netgalley and I'm crossing my fingers and toes that I am approved.) It is set in southern France, in the exact area where I grew up.
2. The Last Dead Girl by Harry Dolan. January 9th 2014.
I'm learning that I actually enjoy murder mysteries more and more, and so this novel instantly drew my attention. I can't wait for it to come out so I can buy a copy!
3. Heartbeat by Elizabeth Scott. January 28th 2014
Dead mothers and romance with mysterious boys seems to be a reoccuring theme at the moment, so why not take advantage of it?
4. Beyond Belief by Helen Smith. January 28th 2014
Okay so: British. Magic. Mystery. Sold.
5. Love Letters to the Dead by Ava Dellaria. April 1st 2014
I want this so bad. I had a novel idea like this once, but wasn't in love with it enough to write it. So someone else did and now I must read it.
6. Written in My Own Heart's Blood (Outlander Series #8) by Diana Gabaldon. June 10th 2014
I need not explain, my friends.
7. City of Heavenly Fire (The Mortal Instruments #6) by Cassandra Clare. May 27th 2014
I got hooked on this series back over the summer when I was supposed to be writing but instead distracted myself with these. I read the first four books in about 2 days. I don't mess around when I get addicted to a series. Anyway, so naturally, I can't wait to marathon the new one! Who wants to bet I can read it in a day?
8. The Queen of Dreams by Peter Hamilton. January 2nd 2014.
This is, actually, a children's book. But the synopsis and cover are really really awesome. Also I really freaking LOVE fairytales. I don't care if it is a children's book. This is awesome, thank you very much.
9. The Transcriptionist by Amy Rowland. May 13th 2014.
I actually found this on Netgalley, but I haven't requested it to read because not only do I have enough on my plate, but it isn't my typical genre. However I find that the idea of the story is very unique and interesting, so I'm looking forward to its release!
10. The Mirror and The Light (Thomas Cromwell #3) by Hilary Mantel. Unknown/predicted for 2015.
Teeeechnically...this isn't coming out in 2014. But I'm ignoring that and adding it to the list anyway because I can't wait for it (as well as dreading it- I don't want Cromwell to die...even though I already know he does. But still.) It is so far from being released that it doesn't even have a book cover.