Tenners after 2010!
2010 is over. But The Tenners have big plans for 2011 and beyond! See what we're up to below. Our 2010 debuts are listed too, so if you haven't read them yet, go find a bookstore or a library and grab 'em!
And may you all have a happy, happy new year!
P.S. Don’t forget the huge Tenners giveaway for libraries only!
To celebrate the end of our debut year, The Tenners will be holding a special giveaway just for librarians. One public or school library will be selected to receive a set of 55 books by 2010 MG and YA debut authors.
How do you enter this massive giveaway? So easy. All you have to do is capture one of our books in the wild.* Take a photo of yourself, another librarian, a patron, or even an adorable library pet posing with one of our 2010 debut novels. Send it to us at firstname.lastname@example.org from your institutional email address. Tell us your name, your library's name and mailing address, and who's in the picture. Contest open until February 15, 2011.
Entire LJ entry here: http://community.livejournal.com/10_ers/5
Josh Berk – 2010 debut: The Dark Days of Hamburger Halpin
The Dark Days of Hamburger Halpin is out in paperback June 14, 2011, and in audiobook form August 9, 2011. Josh's next book, Guy Langman: Crime Scene Procrastinator, about a guy (named Guy) who joins his high school forensic team, will be out in spring, 2012.
Steve Brezenoff – 2010 debut: The Absolute Value of -1
Steve’s second book, Brooklyn, Burning, about street kids and a fire that raged for two days at the warehouse where some of them slept, will be out in the fall of 2011.
Stephanie Burgis – 2010 debut: A Most Improper Magick
Kat, Incorrigible (published in the UK as A Most Improper Magick), is being released in April 2011.
Chelsea Campbell – 2010 debut: The Rise of Renegade X
The Rise of Renegade X is coming out in paperback in May 2011. Shades of Rome, Chelsea’s YA historical fiction about Julius Caesar and Cicero having to team up to save Rome from an army of ghosts is going out on submission in the new year.
Jennifer Cervantes – 2010 debut: Tortilla Sun
Jennifer is working on Max of Thieves, a mystery about a boy, a cemetery, Mayan death masks, Dia de Los Muertos, and the power of choice.
Andrea Cremer – 2010 debut: Nightshade
Wolfsbane (Nightshade #2) will be published July 26, 2011.
Leah Cypess – 2010 debut: Mistwood
Mistwood is out in paperback at the end of April 2011, and a stand-alone companion novel, Nightspell, will be released at the end of May 2011.
Kimberly Derting – 2010 debut: The Body Finder
The Body Finder is out in paperback February 15, 2011. Its sequel, Desires of the Dead, releases February 15, 2011. Her short story, “Skin Contact”, will appear in Enthralled, an anthology edited by Melissa Marr and Kelley Armstrong, in September 2011.
Jackie Dolamore – 2010 debut: Magic Under Glass
Jackie’s short story "The Airship Gemini" will appear in Corsets and Clockwork: 13 Steampunk Romances, May 10, 2011. The Magic Under Glass paperback comes out May 24, 2011 and her next novel, Between the Sea and Sky, is out June 7, 2011.
Trish Doller – debut: The New Normal coming in 2012
Trish will be spending most of 2011 revising her 2012 debut, The New Normal, and working on a new contemporary YA project.
Sarah Dooley – 2010 debut: Livvie Owen Lived Here
Sarah’s second book, Body of Water, will be released in fall 2011.
Angie Frasier – 2010 debut: Everlasting
Angie’s middle grade novel, The Midnight Tunnel: A Suzanna Snow Mystery, releases March 1, 2011. The Eternal Sea, the sequel to Everlasting, will release June 1, 2011.
Christina Gonzalez – 2010 debut: The Red Umbrella
The Red Umbrella will be coming out in paperback in 2011. Christina’s next book, A Thunderous Whisper, will be out in 2012, and she is working on a new, contemporary middle-grade story.
Teri Hall – 2010 debut: The Line
The Line will be coming out in paperback April 14th, 2011 with a classroom/reader’s guide included. Away, the sequel to The Line, will release September 15, 2011.
Karen Healey - 2010 debut: Guardian of the Dead
Guardian of the Dead is out in paperback in August 2011. Karen's next novel, The Shattering, September 2011, is a supernatural adventure set in smalltown New Zealand, following the investigation of three teenagers into their brothers' untimely deaths.
Karen Kincy – 2010 debut: Other
Karen’s Bloodborn, the sequel to Other, which will feature lots of werewolf action, police chases, and furtive kissing, is slated for release in September 2011.
Lindsey Leavitt – 2010 debut: Princess for Hire
Lindsey's next novel, Sean Griswold's Head, a story of first love, first loss, and spandex, is out March 1, 2011. Princess for Hire is out in paperback March 29, 2011 and the sequel, The Royal Treatment, will be out May 3, 2011.
Laura Manivong – 2010 debut: Escaping The Tiger
Laura is putting final touches on a YA Paranormal set in the desert southwest, where, in order to figure out the mystery behind three generations of dead brothers. Malia, must get closer to the cowboys, motorcycle dudes and Mexican Gray wolves that hold the answer.
Jen Nadol – 2010 debut: The Mark
The Mark comes out in paperback, with a new cover, in August 2011. Its sequel, The Vision, releases September 27, 2011. Pitches for the series (TV option for The Mark purchased by Warner Bros) are in progress.
Caragh O’Brien – 2010 debut: Birthmarked
Birthmarked is out in paperback October, 2011. The sequel, Prized, will be released November, 2011.
CJ Omololu – 2010 debut: Dirty Little Secrets
Destined, a paranormal romance about the Keepers, people who remember all of their past lives, will be out in June 2012 followed by the sequel, Fated, in winter 2013.
Stephanie Perkins – 2010 debut: Anna and the French Kiss
Anna and the French Kiss will be released in paperback in 2011, and the first companion novel, Lola and the Boy Next Door, will be released September 29, 2011. Stephanie is hard at work on Isla and the Happily Ever After (fall 2012).
Mara Purhagen – 2010 debut: Tagged
Mara’s Raising the Dead (a novella), is out February 1, 2011, followed by One Hundred Candles March 1, 2011, an untitled novella in August 2011, and Beyond the Grave in September 2011.
Christy Raedeke – 2010 debut: Prophecy of Days: The Daykeeper's Grimoire
The Serpent’s Coil, book two in the Prophecy of Days series, will be out in July 2011.
Dia Reeves – 2010 debut: Bleeding Violet
Slice of Cherry, a novel set in the same world as Bleeding Violet, releases January 2011. Dia’s short story, "Chickie Hill's Badass Ride” will appear in Corsets and Clockwork: 13 Steampunk Romances, May 10, 2011, and she hopes to be finished with her third Portero novel in early 2011.
Amy Brecount White – 2010 debut: Forget-Her-Nots
Amy will be speaking the language of flowers and working on a contemporary YA called String Theories, about a girl who gets in over her head, the physics of relationships, and a stream.
Kiersten White – 2010 debut: Paranormalcy
The paperback version of Paranormalcy is coming out in August 2011, along with the second book in the trilogy, Supernaturally. Her short story, “Tick Tick Boom” will appear in Corsets and Clockwork: 13 Steampunk Romances. Kiersten is hard at work on a third book.