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The topic for December 8 is Top Ten New-To-Me Favorite Authors I Read For The First Time In 2015.
Here is my list. All the links go to my reviews:
Book Scavenger by Jennifer C. Bertman - I loved the mystery and the fact that this one was bookish.
Mechanica by Betsy Cornwell - This was another take on the Cinderella story but our main character wasn't going to wait around to be rescued by any prince. I loved all the steampunk.
Boys Don't Knit by T. S. Easton - In this funny contemporary story Ben has to keep a diary which tells about his life with his embarrassing parents, the school bully, and his need to keep knitting class secret from everyone - but especially his father. Turns out the Ben is a talented knitter. The story is funny and touching and Ben gains better self-esteem and he gets the girl.
Paperweight by Meg Haston - This was another heartbreaking story about a young girl trying to kill herself by starvation and the therapist who was trying to give her a reason to live.
The Paper Magician by Charlie N. Holmberg - This was a wonderful and unique fantasy with engaging characters and a fast-moving plot.
Dear Hank Williams by Kimberly Willis Holt - This historical fiction story told completely in letters tore out my heart. I loved getting to know Tate P. Ellerbee.
The Improbable Theory of Ana and Zak by Brian Katcher - This one takes place at a science fiction convention. Two complete opposites learn from each other and grow in this one.
Blackbird Fly by Erin Entrada Kelly - This was a great middle grade story about a young girl who is a cultural outsider who has a dream that she will pursue despite the obstacles she faces.
Talker 25 by Joshua McCune - Dragons! Need I say more. This tale is harsh and gritty but engaging.