So! My genius plan: A Teaser Tuesday in which I tease myself with lines from the books I'm not allowed to read right now. (I'll leave out the beta reads since I don't have permission from their authors.) Votes for what I should read first are welcome!
LIVING DEAD GIRL by Elizabeth Scott
"This is how things look: Shady Pines Apartments, four shabby buildings tucked off the road near the highway."
AN ABUNDANCE OF KATHERINES by John Green
"The morning after noted child prodigy Colin Singleton graduated from high school and got dumped for the nineteenth time by a girl named Katherine, he took a bath."
PAPER TOWNS by John Green
"The way I figure it, everyone gets a miracle."
WAR DANCES by Sherman Alexie
I saw a man swerve his car
And try to hit a stray dog
But the quick mutt dodged
Between two stray cars
And made his escape."
(I love this cover, btw.)
MOCASSIN THUNDER: AMERICAN INDIAN STORIES FOR TODAY by Lori Marie Carlson, ed.
"I used to fly to the moon."
MARCELO IN THE REAL WORLD by Francisco X. Stork
"Marcelo, are you ready?"
(I love this cover too.)
THE LOST CONSPIRACY by Frances Hardinge
"It was a burnished, cloudless day with a tug-of-war wind, a fine day for flying."
WELL WITCHED by Frances Hardinge
"For a wonderful moment Ryan thought Josh was going to make it."
ETA: Enter to win a stack of book literally taller than me by donating to Helping Haiti Heal via the HP Alliance! Lots of other cool stuff available too, like a signed John Green collection and a crit from an editor who worked on HP.