New Releases

New Releases: February 2018

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I can’t believe it’s February already! January went by really quickly for me, as always. This month has a lot of promising books coming out. I picked out six to showcase the ones that I’m absolutely dying to read. Which ones are you most excited for? Have you preordered any?

february 2018 releases

The Belles by Dhionelle Clayton

I didn’t realise this is the first in a series but I’m so ready for it!

A Girl Like That by Tanaz Bathena

This is about gossip and rumours and race and religion.

American Panda by Gloria Chao

The ship is a Taiwanese-American girl and a Japanese guy. Yes.

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New Releases: January 2018

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Happy New Year everyone! Who’s ready for alllll the 2018 releases?! Me! Here’s a very short list of my most anticipated January releases. It was really difficult to only pick six. Which ones are you looking forward to?

january 2018 releases

The Hazel Wood by Melissa Albert

This has been getting mixed reviews but regardless, everyone has been talking about it.

Reign the Earth by A. C. Gaughen

I didn’t like Gaughen’s other series, but I’m willing to give her books another go in the form of this new series.

Markswoman by Rati Mehrotra

The main character sounds fierce.

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2018 Releases I’m Looking Forward To: Part 2

I wrote a post a¬†few weeks ago that featured a few 2018 releases that I’m dying to read, and since there are a TONNE of amazing-sounding books coming out next year, I had to make a part two. Let me know if you’ve read any of these already and which ones I should be prioritising. If I buy them all then I’m going to go broke soooo quickly.

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Unearthed by Amie Kaufman and Meagan Spooner

This is probably going to be my next read, actually, because I need all the sci-fi. This is about an alien race and space and stuff. I’m so good at summaries.

You’ll Miss Me When I’m Gone by Rachel Lynn Solomon

This is about twins who are Jewish who are tested for a genetic disease. One tests positive, but the other doesn’t.

Ink, Iron, and Glass by Gwendolyn Clare

Scriptology, the creation of new worlds through writing, is a thing, and the main character ends up in 19th century Italy. Guys. GUYS.

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