new books 2014

Follow-Up With Your Favorite Authors

new books 2014

As we’re inching closer to Fall, we’re also rounding the corner toward new books from a few of our favorite authors. Let’s take a peek at ten follow-up titles headed our way.

10:04 by Ben Lerner – Spetember 2nd, 2014

Ben Lerner’s Leaving the Atocha Station earned tons of praise in 2011 and he’s back this year with “a stunning, urgent, and original novel about making art, love, and children during the twilight of an empire.”

The Bone Clocks by David Mitchell – September 2nd, 2014

Cloud Atlas and Black Swan Green and The Thousand Autumns of Jacob de Zoet. Maybe you shared my epic failure in the BEA line for this magic tome or maybe you’re just waiting patiently for September 2nd, but either way I think we’re all excited.

The Children Act by Ian McEwan – September 9th, 2014

There isn’t much that needs to be said about Ian McEwan. He’s Ian McEwan. We can forget about those times when it goes wrong, because when it’s good it’s oh so good.

Broken Monsters by Lauren Beukes – September 16th, 2014

If The Shining Girls had you up at night I suggest you get some rest in now because word on the street is this one cranks up the creep factor to the max.

Stone Mattress by Margaret Atwood – September 16th, 2014

What is there to say about the incredible Margaret Atwood? Put on your dancing shoes for her first short story collection since 2006!

The Paying Guests by Sarah Waters – September 16th, 2014

A big, chunky book full of London and everything we’ve come to expect from Sarah Waters. Is September looking incredible yet or what?

Spoiled Brats by Simon Rich – October 14th, 2014

If you read and loved Rich’s Last Girlfriend on Earth it looks like Spoiled Brats is headed in the same hilarious direction.

The Book of Strange New Things by Michel Faber – October 28th, 2014

Another chunkster from the author of the much-loved The Crimson Petal and the White, hailed as “a monumental, genre-defying novel over ten years in the making.”

Glow by Ned Beauman – January 20th, 2015

Beauman’s Teleportation Accident (and its beautiful cover) shook things up last year and this time Glow sets out to “uncover the connections between foxes behaving oddly in London, Burmese people going missing, and glow, the newest recreational drug.”

A History of Loneliness by John Boyne – February 3rd, 2015

John Boyne made my list of Popular Authors I’ve Never Read (But Want To) and here he is with another incredible sounding book headed our way before I had a chance to get to one.


Do any of your favorite authors have new books in the works?