Another post in my publishing series and today, I am talking about Egmont/Electric Monkey. They have published so many amazing books over the years and I they have some really exciting books lined up to come out and I cannot wait to get to them.
So, Electric Monkey have published the Shatter Me Series by Tahereh Mafi and, the new book in the series has just been released.
I, sadly have never read this series (I know) But, I am so happy they've published it over here and I am ready to pick them all up and have a weekend off to just read them. I have so many good things about these books and I cannot wait to read them. Plus, the covers are just so gorgeous!
Some of my favourite books they have published include some wonderful cute stories by Huntley Fitzpatrick. My Life Next Door, The Boy Most Likely To and What I Thought Was True are just some of my favourites. They are adorable and these books are always filled with fun story lines that have a hint of drama and just those books that keep you entertained and wanting more. They also publish so many wonderful books from David Levithan. His books are wonderful and I could just re-read them all the time. I Have No Secrets by Penny Joelson is just brilliant! A book that made me cry and just was oh so wonderful. Laura Jarrett has written some fantastic books and one of my favourites is In Another Life which, I just devoured when it came out and I can't recommend it enough if you haven't read anything by Laura! AND a new release from them which, was fantastic is The Exact Opposite Of Okay by Laura Steven!
So! Let's talk about some exciting releases they are releasing this year I cannot wait for;
- The Poet x by Elizabeth Acevedo 3/5/18
- Storm by Sarah Driver 31/5/18
- Drama of a Teenage Heiress 6/9/18
- The Cradle of All Worlds by Jeremy Lachlan 9/8/18
- The Doll's House by Lisa Heathfield date TBA
- Someday by David Levithan
- Girl In The Window by Penny Joelson 9/8/18
And so many more! These are the releases I am really looking forward too and I cannot wait to see what they publish in the next few years!
What are some of your favourite books from egmont?