The Complete Fall/Winter Buzz Books Titles

As we previewed on Tuesday, our new free ebook Buzz Books 2017: Fall/Winter features an amazing roster of  authors you love as well as excerpts from 16 exciting debut voices. Get a jump on Book Expo by sampling some of the best forthcoming books right now. For the trade editions -- with publicity and marketing info, and click-throughs for full galleys, get an EPUB file from us or go to NetGalley.

The consumer version is available on all the major ebookstore platforms (the "download" button here links to them all). And don't forget to share. Our samplers are highly anticipated by our network of passionate readers who use them to fill their pre-orders and TBR lists (and we amplify that with targeted digital marketing to keep building that roster for everyone's benefit). So join us on social media and share the excitement of the upcoming season using #BuzzBooks2017.

Here is the complete list of the terrific authors and excerpts featured in our new edition. Authors appearing at Book Expo are noted with an asterisk:

Fiction

      

*Chloe Benjamin, THE IMMORTALISTS (Putnam Books)
Karen Day, I’LL STAY (Kensington)
*Rene Denfeld, THE CHILD FINDER (Harper)
J.T. Ellison, LIE TO ME (Mira Books)
*Louise Erdrich, FUTURE HOME OF THE LIVING GOD (Harper)
Donna Everhart, THE ROAD TO BITTERSWEET (Kensington)
*Eleanor Henderson, THE TWELVE-MILE STRAIGHT (Ecco)
*Christopher Meades, HANNA WHO FELL FROM THE SKY (Park Row Books)
Deon Meyer, FEVER (Atlantic Monthly Press)
Mandy Mikulencak, THE LAST SUPPERS (John Scognamiglio Books)
Sarah Miller, CAROLINE (William Morrow)
*Bradford Morrow, THE PRAGUE SONATA (Atlantic Monthly Press)
*Celeste Ng, LITTLE FIRES EVERYWHERE (Penguin Press)
Neil Olson, THE BLACK PAINTING (Hanover Square Press)
*Robin Sloan, SOURDOUGH (Farrar, Straus and Giroux)

Debut Fiction

     

*Ayobami Adebayo, STAY WITH ME (Alfred A. Knopf)
Sarah Bailey, THE DARK LAKE (Grand Central)
*A.F. Brady, THE BLIND (Park Row Books)
Teri Emory, SECOND ACTS (Amberjack)
*A.J. Finn, THE WOMAN IN THE WINDOW (William Morrow)
Michelle Frances, THE GIRLFRIEND (Kensington)
Phil Harrison, THE FIRST DAY (Houghton Mifflin Harcourt)
*Francesca Hornak, SEVEN DAYS OF US (Berkley)
Ali Land, GOOD ME BAD ME (Flatiron)
Mira T. Lee, EVERYTHING HERE IS BEAUTIFUL (Pamela Dorman Books/Viking)
Bill McKibben, RADIO FREE VERMONT (Blue Rider Press)
*Annalee Newitz, AUTONOMOUS (Tor Books)
K Arsenault River, THE TIGER’S DAUGHTER (Tor Books)
*Adrian J. Walker, THE END OF THE WORLD RUNNING CLUB (Sourcebooks Landmark)
Cherise Wolas, THE RESURRECTION OF JOAN ASHBY (Flatiron)
*Brianna Wolfson, ROSIE COLORED GLASSES (Mira)

Nonfiction

    

Gayatri Devi, THE SPECTRUM OF HOPE: AN OPTIMISTIC AND NEW APPROACH TO ALZHEIMER’S DISEASE AND OTHER DEMENTIAS (Workman)
Heather Harpham, HAPPINESS: THE CROOKED LITTLE ROAD TO SEMI-EVER AFTER (Henry Holt)
Jaime Lowe, MENTAL: LITHIUM, LOVE, AND LOSING MY MIND (Blue Rider Press)
*Mark Manson, LOVE IS NOT ENOUGH (HarperOne)
Bryan Mealer, THE KINGS OF BIG SPRING: GOD, OIL, AND ONE FAMILY’S SEARCH FOR THE AMERICAN DREAM (Flatiron)
*Kathleen Murray Moran, LIFE DETONATED (Amberjack)
*Amy Tan, WHERE THE PAST BEGINS: A WRITER’S MEMOIR (Ecco)
*Gabrielle Union, WE’RE GOING TO NEED MORE WINE (Dey Street Books)
Peter Wohlleben, THE INNER LIFE OF ANIMALS (Greystone Books)