News Round Up!
The title of The 5th Wave sequel by Rick Yancey has been announced this week. The second book will be called The Infinite Sea. The book is due for publication in 2014.
Jennifer L. Aremntrout's Covenant series has been optioned for a TV series. Read more about the deal on FangirlDaily and Aremntrout's blog.
Geek Girl by Holly Smale will now be published in the US after the author signed a deal with HarperCollins US. Smale announced the news on Twitter this week. You can read my review of Geek Girl at this link.
I'VE JUST SIGNED WITH HARPERCOLLINS US. GEEK GIRL IS GOING TO AMMMMMEEERRRRIIIICCCCCAAAA!!!!
— Holly Smale (@HolSmale) September 18, 2013
Another quote from Allegiant by Veronica Roth has been unveiled this week, and the latest is a thought from Four. See the collection of quotes over on Hypable.com.
It was revealed this week that Eleanor and Park by Rainbow Rowell had been banned from a library's shelves in the US and the author's invitation to speak at an event receded after parents took issue with the language used in the book. Rowell spoke to Mallory Ortberg over on The Toast to explain what had happened.
And Gennifer Albin, author of Crewel, has revealed she authored a New Adult novel under a pen name. Catching Liam has now been reissued with her name on the front, with the announcement of a second novel titled Teaching Roman releasing this autumn. Check out more about the books on the author's website.
The Dream Thieves by Maggie Stiefvater
Once We Were by Kat Zhang
3:59 by Gretchen McNeil
The Burning Sky by Sherry Thomas