Titles I'd like to read from the Flux Winter 2014 catalog:
Hero Worship, by Christopher E. Long: As the storyline involves superheroes who act in less-than-super ways, this one sounds like it would pair well with the upcoming V is for Villain. Bonus points for a thread about economic class (the protagonist is a homeless boy who isn't ALLOWED to use his superpowers).
More Than Good Enough, by Crissa-Jean Chappell: A boy moves onto the Miccosukee reservation to live with his father. From the blurb, I'm getting the impression that the book deals with friendship, family, identity, culture, and maybe a romance.
The Violet Hour, by Whitney A. Miller: Daughter of the leader of a powerful religious organization starts having visions of what looks like a future apocalypse... and then said visions begin to come true. Set in Asia.
The Drowned Forest, by Kristopher Reisz: Best friends jump off a bridge to go swimming, only one survives. Instead of a body surfacing, though, a sad and confused mud creature does: and anyone she touches dies. Sounds super dark and super creepy, but also possibly super depressing. So I'm iffy on this one.
There are also some titles that're entries in ongoing series. Anything there I shouldn't miss?