The Undertaking of Lily Chen — Danica Novgorodoff

Ancient Chinese custom demands that each unwed man to pass away, must be found a wife - preferably also deceased - to be buried alongside him. After all, eternity is a big place, and no man should be forced to enter it alone.

When Deshi Li accidentally causes the death of his own brother, his family places the weight upon him to find a beautiful bride. In a world ruled by tradition, merchants can be hired to assist one in exhuming graves to seek out lovely women, but when Deshi Li meets Lily Chen, he decides she's the one - too bad she isn't dead yet.

Lumberjanes, Volume 3: A Terrible Plan — Noelle Stevenson

In volume 3 of Lumberjanes, we start off with the girls' attempts to earn their If You Got It, Haunt It badge, complete with the stereotypical circle-around-the-campfire-and-tell-ghost-stories plot, flashlights and all. After their night of terror, the Lumberjanes have a well-deserved day off; naturally, though, no day can go as planned with the Roanoke crew. Molly and Mal have a date - er, picnic that goes horribly awry while the rest of our beloved Lumberjanes manage to turn the most boring day ever into... you guessed it, a disaster.

Paperweight — Meg Haston

When Stevie is admitted against her will to a rehab for her eating disorder, she sees it as nothing more than a temporary setback. Her loving father and the hippie shrink, with all of their good intentions, aren't enough to take away the fact that there are only 27 days left until the anniversary of Stevie's older brother's death. There are only 27 days left until the anniversary of the night she killed him.

There are only 27 days left until she repays that debt with her own life.