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BEA In A Book, Featuring The Best of YA!



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This inaugural edition of Buzz Books: Young Adult provides substantial pre-publication excerpts from more than 20 forthcoming young adult and middle grade books. You now have access to the newest YA voices the publishing industry is broadcasting for the fall/winter season—for free to read on Kindle, Nook, iBooks, Google Play, Kobo and more.



Excerpts you can read right now include new work from established giants of the field (Ellen Hopkins; Garth Nix; Scott Westerfeld), authors best-known for their adult books (Carl Hiaasen; Michael Perry; Ben Tripp; Meg Wolitzer), and genuine newsmakers—including the first of James Frey’s attention-getting Endgame trilogy, which will include interactive elements developed in association with Google’s Niantic Labs.



You will find a full range of YA titles previewed here—dystopian, romance, fantasy, sci-fi, humor, literary and more — and you will even find some works for tweens and middle-grade readers (Vivian Apple and the End of the World, The Zoo at the Edge of the World, and Rogue Knight. As always, many are sure to make bestseller and “best of” lists.



In addition to the excerpts, there’s a great round-up from Publishers Lunch of dozens of noteworthy fall/winter YA books to add to your must-have list.



Start reading some of the best future books right now, and then share the fun by telling your friends and family to download this free edition of Buzz Books for themselves.



And for even more great reads, be sure to check out Buzz Books 2014: Fall/Winter for the best in adult fiction and nonfiction.



2014 Young Adult

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Buzz Books 2020 presents passionate readers with an insider’s look at 30 of the buzziest books due out this fall season. Our “digital convention” features such major bestselling authors as Ken Follett, Matt Haig, Jonathan Lethem, and Sue Miller. Other sure-to-be popular titles are by Rumaan Alam, J’nell Ciesielski, Vendela Vida, and Bryan Washington. 
Buzz Books has had a particularly stellar track record with highlighting the most talented, exciting debut authors. Simon Stephenson’s novel about a humanlike bot has already been optioned for film, while Finnish sensation Max Seeck’s thriller is due out as a television series. Robert Jones Jr.’s The Prophets and Richard Osman’s The Thursday Murder Club were both sold at auction.
Our nonfiction selections include an inspirational World War II story, Three Ordinary Girls: The Remarkable Story Of Hannie Schaft And The Oversteegen Sisters, Teenaged Saboteurs And Nazi Assassins by Tim Brady); a true crime read, We Keep the Dead Close by Becky Cooper; and the incisive Can’t Even: How Millennials Became The Burnout Generation by BuzzFeed columnist Anne Helen Petersen.
Finally, we present early looks at new work from up-and-coming young adult authors: Alexandra Bracken, Caroline George, and Cole Nagamatsu.



Buzz Books 2020: Fall/Winter

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Welcome to our fifth Buzz Books Romance, with substantial prepublication excerpts of some of the best forthcoming romance titles. This year’s edition features more contemporary romance than ever before, as well as more diverse voices, from imprints such as Carina, Dafina, and Zebra.
From grande dame of African-American romance, Brenda Jackson, New York Times and USA Today bestselling author, to debuts by Rosie Danan and Devon Daniels, you’re sure to find irresistible titles to help you through these challenging times. The Ballad of Hattie Taylor, for example, is Susan Andersen’s first historical novel. She is a New York Times bestselling author best known for her contemporary romantic suspense. A second historical title is A Duke, The Lady, and A Baby by Vanessa Riley. It’s the first installment of her Regency romance series starring an Afro-Caribbean heiress.
Other authors of color with romantic comedy entries include Mona Shroff, Denise Williams, Synithia Williams, and Elle Wright.
More national bestselling and award-winning authors round out this Buzz Books, including Marina Adair, Jenn McKinlay, and Melissa Ferguson, all with contemporary romance titles.
Finally, Dana Becker’s newest romantic suspense is set in the intriguing world of the Amish, while Roan Parrish’s Better Than People is about two men who meet via their love for animals.
Start enjoying books right now that are sure show up on your personal “must read” lists. Then invite your friends and book groups to download their own free digital copy of Buzz Books 2020: Romance from any major ebookstore.
For the best in other fiction, plus nonfiction and young adult literature, be sure to download Buzz Books 2020: Fall/Winter, also available now. Then be on the lookout for Buzz Books 2021, available in January.



Buzz Books 2020: Romance

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Buzz Books 2020 presents passionate readers with some of the same insider’s look at 44 books on the way. (Our previously standalone young adult edition is now folded in to this edition.)



Our “digital convention” features such major authors as bestsellers Brit Bennett, Sue Monk Kidd, and David Nicholls, along with Veronica Roth, of Divergent fame, with her first adult novel. Other sure-to-be popular titles are by Amy Engel, Debra Jo Immergut, Anna Solomon, and Ellen Marie Wiseman.



Buzz Books has had a particularly stellar track record with highlighting the most talented, exciting debut authors. A legal thriller by Erica Katz has already been optioned by Netflix, and novels by Naoise Dolan and Kate Reed Petty were sold at auction. Kawai Strong Washburn has literary bona fides, as does Raven Leilani, Benjamin Nugent, and Ilana Masad.



Our nonfiction selections range from comedian Mike Birbiglia’s account of becoming a father to transgender activist and author Jennifer Finney Boylan’s Good Boy: My Life In Seven Dogs. Benjamin Taylor shares his friendship with Philip Roth in Here We Are.



Finally, we present early looks at new work from four up-and-coming young adult authors: Laura Bates, Brandy Colbert, Kim Johnson, and Court Stevens.



And be sure to look for the next Buzz Books 2020: Fall/Winter, available in May in time for BookExpo.



Buzz Books 2020: Spring/Summer

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