Today I thought I would share with you all of the books that are coming out in July that I am interested in checking out.
Love Me, Love Me Not by Katharine Debona (1st July): This is a psychological thriller that follows two best friends. One of them steals the other’s boyfriend and they start to plot their revenge. I haven’t read anything from this author before but I liked the sound of the synopsis.
Notes From My Captivity by Kathy Parks (10th July): I’m not going to lie the main reason I first looked at this book was because of the cover. It does sound like an interesting as the main character is taken captive by a mysterious family in the Siberian wilderness. This sounds like a very unique plot and unlike anything, I have read before.
Floored by Sara Barnard (12th July): I am really looking forward to this book as it is written by some fantastic YA authors. In this book, each author writes the perspective of a different character and how their lives change when they all meet. I am interested to see how this will work and I am looking forward to it as it is written by some really great authors that I have enjoyed before.
The New Girl by Ingrid Alexandra (16th July): This is another psychological thriller which I noticed when I was scrolling through Net Galley. The cover drew me in and I know very little about it. The description gives very little away but it seems to be about two people that live together and one of them has a secret.
An Unwanted Guest by Shari Lapena (26th July): This is the book that I am most looking forward to this month. I recently discovered this author after reading The Couple Next Door earlier this year and I have since gone on to read her other book A Stranger In The House. I have really enjoyed both of these books and I can’t wait to read her newest release.
The Cheerleaders by Kara Thomas (31st July): This is a YA mystery about cheerleaders who die. This seems to be getting a lot of hype so I am really looking forward to it.
What books are you excited for this month?
Today I am going to be sharing with you the books that are being released this month that I am excited for.
Ringer by Lauren Oliver- This is the sequel to Replica which I read in August. I really enjoyed Replica and I am looking forward to seeing how the story ends as I believe that this is going to be a duology. 3rd October
Because I Was A Girl edited by Melissa de la Cruz – This is a collection of short stories about inspirational women. It discusses the barriers they have faced and how they have overcome them to be successful. I am really looking forward to checking out this collection. 3rd October
Turtles All The Way Down by John Green- I have mixed feelings about this book. I have read all of John Green’s books and I have had mixed experiences with them so I am not sure how I will get on with this book. I’m not sure what this book is about but the cover isn’t the best but I’m hoping that the book will be good. 10th October
Forest of a Thousand Lanterns by Julie C. Dao- This is an Asian retelling of the Evil Queen. I love retellings so I am really looking forward to this one. After watching Once Upon a Time the Evil Queen is one of my favourite characters so I am interested to see what the author will do with the story. 10th October
A Line in the Dark by Malinda Lo- The cover on this book looks so intriguing. I am really into mystery/thrillers at the moment so am looking forward to checking this book out. 17th October
Pride and Prejudice and Mistletoe by Melissa de la Cruz- It may only be October but I am already talking about Christmas books. This is a Pride and Prejudice retelling set at Christmas. As I have mentioned above I love retellings and I also really love Christmas books so I can’t wait for this one to be released. 17th October
The Afterlife of Holly Chase by Cynthia Hand- When Holly dies she becomes the ghost of Christmas Past. Christmas Carol is one of my favourite stories so I am looking forward to seeing how it is incorporated in this book. 24th October
What books are you looking forward to this month?
I really want to get back into blogging since starting a full-time job I have really struggled to find time to read and blog but now that I have settled into my job I have built up a routine and I have been able to read more. I want to get back into blogging as it is something that I really enjoy. Today I thought I would share with you the September releases that I am excited about. I am trying not to buy a lot of new books at the moment but I have joined my local library which gets a lot of new books in so hopefully they will get some of these books in.
Tower of Dawn by Sarah J Maas– I am still a book behind with this series as I am yet to read Empire of Storms but I am still excited for this book. This book is told from Chaol’s POV and was originally going to be a novella but Sarah turned it into a full novel. I am a little bit disappointed by the cover as it doesn’t really fit with the other books I am still interested in checking this out. – 5th September
Genuine Fraud by E Lockhart- We Were Liars is an extremely popular book but it wasn’t to my taste but this book sounds really interesting. This is a mystery book that follows two characters who become really close friends. I don’t know too much about the plot but it sounds interesting and I am intrigued by the cover. – 5th September
The Dreadful Tale of Prosper Redding by Alexandra Bracken– I really enjoyed Alexandra’s writing in the Passenger duology and I am interested to try more from her. In this book, Prosper discovers that he has a demon inside of him and he has got to break a curse. This is a middle-grade novel which is a genre I don’t usually read but this book sounds interesting and the cover is stunning. – 5th September
Warcross by Marie Lu- Warcross is a game and when the main character hacks into the game she thinks she will be in trouble but is instead hired to uncover a security issue. I have heard this book being compared to Ready Player One which I really enjoyed so I am very interested to check this one out. 12th September
Little Fire Everywhere by Celeste Ng- Firstly the cover of this book is gorgeous. Secondly, this sounds like my sort of book as it takes place in a suburb where all of the characters have secrets. I really enjoy reading this sort of thing so I can’t wait to check it out. -12th September
There’s Someone Inside Your House by Stephanie Perkins- I have read Stephanie’s other novels and I am interested to read this one as she ventures into a new genre. This is marketed as a YA version of Scream which is a completely different genre to her usual contemporary novels. I can’t wait to see what this is like. -26th September
What books are you excited for this month?
Today I will be sharing with you all of the July releases I am excited about. This month is quite a quiet month in terms of new releases that I am excited about as I only have two books on my list.
How To Stop Time by Matt Haig– Tom has been alive for centuries so he is always on the move changing his identity. He works as a history teacher. Due to his condition which means he does not age he can’t fall in love. This book sounds really interesting it sounds a bit like the film The Age of Adaline which I have just watched.
Because You Love To Hate Me Edited by Ameriie- If you watch Booktube you will know that Booktubers and authors have been paired up to write stories about villains. The Booktubers have given the authors prompts and have written essays to go before the stories. I am really looking forward to this book as it is a collection of really great authors.
What July releases are you excited for?
I really need to get back into blogging as I haven’t posted in a while. I know June is nearly over but I still want to share with you the books that I am interested in reading that came out this month.
Dividing Eden by Joelle Charbonneau- This book follows two royals who were never meant to be on the throne but when the current king and heir are assassinated one of them must take on the responsibility of the crown. They have to take part in a trial in order to determine who will get the throne. This sounds like it is going to be a really interesting start to a series.
Once and For All by Sarah Dessen- This is going to be a light-hearted contemporary novel that follows the daughter of a wedding planner. I have had mixed experiences with Sarah’s books but this book sounds perfect for me.
The Circus by Oliva Levez- I really enjoy books that take place at a circus. This story follows a girl that runs away to join the circus. I am hoping that this book will be really good as I love circus books.
The Lying Game by Ruth Ware- I am still yet to read Ruth’s other books but this one really interests me. The story follows four women who were school friends and are reunited after a terrible event. They used to play a game called ‘The Lying Game’ and this may be linked to the terrible discovery on the beach. I like the sound of this book although the game does sounds very similar to Sara Shepard’s book with the same title. I am interested in checking this one out as it sounds like it is going to be very gripping.
What books do you want to check out that have been released this month?
Today I am sharing with you the new releases for this month that I am excited about.
A Court of Wings and Ruin by Sarah J Maas 2nd May- Although I haven’t read the second book yet I am still excited for this book. I have just reread the 1st book and now I will be able to binge read the second and third book.
Into the Water by Paula Hawkins 2nd Water- After reading The Girl on the Train earlier this year I am looking forward to reading this new book from the author.
Odd Birds by Ian Harding 2nd May- I am a huge fan of Pretty Little Liars so when I heard Ian Harding was bringing out a memoir I was very interested.
Anne Boleyn: A King’s Obsession by Alison Weir 16th May- I was lucky enough to receive a copy from Net Galley of this book and I am looking forward to reading it. I am a huge fan of historical fiction particularly set in the Tudor so I am excited to see what this book is like.
-The Names They Gave Us by Emery Lord 16th May- I received a copy from Net Galley of this book. After reading When We Collided last year I was interested in trying another Emery Lord book, unfortunately, this was very disappointing.
Flame in the Mist by Renee Ahdieh 16th May- A lot of people rave about The Wrath and the Dawn by this author but I am still yet to read it. This is the first book in a new fantasy series and I am looking forward to reading this.
Lord of Shadows by Cassandra Clare 23rd May- I loved Lady Midnight and I have been eagerly awaiting this release. I can’t wait to see how Cassandra Clare moves the story on from the last book.
One of Us Is Lying by Karen M. McManus 30th May- This was another book that I read through Net Galley. This is a YA mystery which has similarities to Pretty Little Liars and Gossip Girl. I did enjoy this but I thought it was a little predictable.
Royal Bastards by Andrew Shvarts 30th May- This is a new book in a YA fantasy series. It follows the illegitimate royal children and their journey to prevent a civil war. This is a debut novel and I am looking forward to checking it out.
What books are you looking forward to?
This month is really quiet in terms of book releases. There are only 3 books that I am interested in checking out this month.
Perfect by Cecelia Ahern- I really enjoyed reading Flawed last year and I am excited for the sequel. Flawed is a YA dystopian set in a world where everyone has to be perfect and if they aren’t they are branded as Flawed. I believe that this is going to be a duology so I am excited to see how the story will be wrapped up. -4th
Spindle by Lexa Hillyer- This is a retelling of Sleeping Beauty. I am a huge fan of retellings so when I heard about this I added it straight to my TBR. Aurora’s sister Isabelle has to search for someone to wake Aurora from the sleeping curse. – 11th
Missing by Kelley Armstrong- I am a huge fan of Kelley Armstrong’s books so when I saw that she had a new book coming out I was really excited. This is a YA mystery set in a small town that the main character can’t wait to leave. She thinks that all the teens leave the town but when she finds a dead body she starts to believe that people haven’t left but gone missing. I don’t read too many mysteries so I am looking forward to checking this out.
What books are you excited for this month?