Hot Off the Presses: New YA February 26-March 4

Hot Off the Presses -- brand new YA releases!

Welcome to Hot Off the Presses! Every Tuesday, I tell you about all the great new YA books releasing that week, then give you a chance to win one. If you're a reviewer, you can also link your blog or Goodreads reviews of any YA book publishing this week so we can all check them out!

Prizes? My US winner can choose one: ARC of Pulse by Patrick Carman, or a finished copy of: Fragments by Dan Wells, The Trouble With Flirting by Claire LaZebnik, The Goddess Inheritance by Aimee Carter or Things I Can't Forget by Miranda Kenneally. 
International winner can choose one:  The Madness Underneath by Maureen Johnson,  The Goddess Inheritance by Aimee Carter or The Revenge of the Girl With the Great Personality by Elizabeth Eulberg 

Here's what's releasing the week of February 26-March 4 -- click the covers to find out more and add to Goodreads!

*Asterisked titles may have a different international release date.

Pulse by Patrick Carman The Madness Underneath Also Known As

Pulse by Patrick Carman (Katherine Tegen Books)

The Madness Underneath by Maureen Johnson (Putnam Juvenile)

Also Known As by Robin Benway (Walker Children's)

Things I Can't Forget Things I Can't Forget Eleanor and Park

*Things I Can't Forget by Miranda Kenneally (Sourcebooks)
Note: Barnes and Noble lists this as releasing on March 1. Amazon says March 5. The Book Depository says April 1.

Fragments (Partials #2) by Dan Wells (Balzer + Bray)

*Eleanor and Park by Rainbow Rowell (St Martin's)


Dualed by Elsie Chapman (Random House BYR)

Killing Rachel (The Murder Notebooks #2) by Anne Cassidy (Walker)

Me, Him, Them and It by Caela Carter (Bloomsbury)

Wicked Kiss (Nightwatchers #2) by Michelle Rowan (Harlequin Teen)

The Summer Prince by Alaya Dawn Johnson (Arthur A. Levine Books)

Being Henry David by Cal Armistead (Albert Whitman Teen)

The Goddess Inheritance by Aimee Carter (Harlequin Teen)

*The Trouble With Flirting by Claire LaZebnik (HarperTeen)

Hot Off the Presses aims to highlight every YA release by a traditional publisher, large or small. If I missed something, please let me know in comments and I'll add it!
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  1. Loved Things I Can't Forget but I won't be posting my review till later for the blog tour. I am almost done with The Goddess Inheritance. I look forward to Dualed and As Known As. Wicked Kiss by Michelle Rowen is out today. I just posted my review for that today.

  2. So many good books are releasing! So far Eleanor and Park has been my favorite but Also Known As, Revenge of the Girl with the Great Personality, and The Madness Underneath are good too.

  3. I just started Eleanor and Park yesterday! I didn't get very far yet (page like 10, lol) but I'm really excited to read it! I read Dualed back in December but my review won't be up until next week for the blog tour. :)

  4. I've ordered The Madness Underneath, but now I also kind of want Also Known As.

  5. I need to read fragments and the madness underneath, but I need to read partials and the name of the star first! Getting very behind now!

  6. So many books this week!! I have a few of those books to review, but I suck and have gotten behind so I haven't gotten to them yet.

    1. I know. I'm barely keeping up with next week's releases!

  7. Such an exciting week with so many great books! Almost all of these are on my tbr. I need an extra 24 hours in my day. :)

    1. I know. Another blogger friend and I were wishing we could read in our sleep.

  8. So many amazing books this week! I'm going to go broke. Thanks for sharing! :-)

  9. YAY! So many awesome new books out :))

  10. So many great book are coming out this month! I'm excited to read Pulse, Also Known As, and Eleanor & Park!! Thanks for sharing =)

  11. Oh I want to get fragments, it looks great!

  12. Another week of great releases! I can't wait to read The Madness Underneath, Dualed, Fragments, and some of the others!


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