Hi fellow bookworms. I am so excited to be back blogging and talking about the book releases this quarter that caught my eye. Some of these will have already been released as April has obviously come and gone, and May nearly has too. But there are so many upcoming books releases and newly released books that sound SO GOOD and are giving me the absolute best dopamine rush. Let’s get into them ! 🎉Continue reading “My Most Anticipated Autumnal and Winter Book Releases”
Category: Upcoming Releases
Can’t Wait for Books of 2021 – Part I
Happy belated Valentines to the best people on the internet. (imo.) In honour of my favourite holiday, I wanted to pass the love to the new releases coming out in the first quarter of 2021 that have made it onto my radar.Continue reading “Can’t Wait for Books of 2021 – Part I”
9 of the most exciting October Releases
Oh October, how I’ve been waiting for you to come! I rarely wish that time should fly by quicker. But with so many of my most anticipated releases of the year coming out in October, I don’t know how I’m going to pick any one to start with. In a few words I’m excited for: Alaskan small towns, Historical French girls falling for the devil and holiday romances!Continue reading “9 of the most exciting October Releases”
9 of the Best Books Releasing in September
I don’t think any month this year has had a line up of new book releases that had me nearly as excited as I am for September. Some of these releases have been on my TBR pile for months, needless to say I am overrun with utter joy that September is fast approaching – I’m ready to escape to the Renaissance Fair, a Chalet amongst snow covered mountains and French inspired fantasy worlds.
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My Most Anticipated August Book Releases
I got a little over excited these last few weeks and added way more books to my to-read pile than I had any right too. With libraries being shut because of COVID-19, I know I won’t be picking up all of these books up within the next couple of months. Regardless they’re on my tbr shelf for a reason and I can’t wait to discuss them with you all in the comments below!