This post is quite a bit late since I usually do it on the 1st of each month. Because of this, I have actually already read several of the books that I was excited for.
Tumbling by Caela Carter - I have always enjoyed watching the Olympic gymnasts, so it was fun to read a book about the trials. This book really showed the dedication and sacrifices that each girl had to make.
How It Ends by Catherine Lo - This was a good book that showed a friendship and all of its difficulties. I loved Jessie and Annie and hoped for them to get past everything that came between their friendship.
True Letters from a Fictional Life by Kenneth Logan - This was a good story of a boy coming to terms with the fact that he is gay and preparing to come out to others.
Lucky Few by Kathryn Ormsbee - This looks like it will be a very fun and unique read about homeschooling and faking deaths.
The Long Game by Jennifer Lynn Barnes - This book was just as good and suspenseful as the first book in the series.
You Know Me Well by Nina Lacour and David Levithan - This was a great book that was a pretty fun and light read about first love and also unrequited love.
Look Both Ways by Alison Cherry - I have already read this one, and it was a good book about a teen questioning her sexuality. I loved reading about the various antics of the theater kids and theater camp. And the relationship between Brooklyn and her roommate Zoe was complex and well drawn.
How It Feels to Fly by Kathryn Holmes - I enjoyed this author's first book and this looks like it will be a good one dealing with some topics like eating disorders.
Autofocus by Lauren Gibaldi - I enjoyed the Night We Said Yes so I look forward to another Lauren Gibaldi book. It looks like it will be a good exploration of adoption as well as focusing on friendship.
Run by Kody Keplinger - I loved this book and the friendship between the two girls that was showcased in it.
Winning by Lara Deloza - This looks like it will be a fun, Mean Girls - esque type read.
Never Missing Never Found by Amanda Panitch - Amanda Panitch's first book was an intense thriller, so I think this will also be like that.