I’ve decided to include my one anticipated debut for July in this post as well, instead of doing a separate Debut Showcase post. There are a few books that I’m looking forward to reading this month, but only one that I would kill for. Guess which one that is?
For the past couple of years, I have been posting weekly about upcoming releases. Unfortunately, I’ve become quite bored of this format, and I personally don’t think it’s worth the effort that I put into it. I know that some people found my posts useful, and I’m sorry to discontinue the feature, but I was at a point where I would find myself putting off putting those posts together until the last minute.
But all is not lost! I do want to continue sharing which books I am looking forward to. There are always a few each week that I cannot wait to get my hands on, and I wanted to share those with you all. So, at the beginning of each month, I will be writing and posting a collective post about that month’s new releases. These posts won’t include ALL the books like my previous ones did, and will instead only focus on the books that I want to buy/borrow/steal.
Maybe I’ll go back to doing New Releases one day. Maybe this new thing won’t work out. But for now I am giving it a go. So here are the books I am definitely (hopefully) (maybe) going to buy in August!
I’m going away on Thursday and will be posting a little less on the blog, so this post is a large one. Luckily the publishers didn’t go too overboard with their releases! There are a few that I’m looking forward to in the coming weeks, particularly DISSONANCE, SILVER SHADOWS, and – to a lesser extent after realising the author directed New Moon – THE YOUNG WORLD. What about you?
The Half Life of Molly Pierce is out tomorrow! I would recommend giving it a go if you’re into psychological thrillers, because it’s a good one. I’m interested in Midnight Thief, and I’m tempted to give Through to You a go, even though I didn’t like Barnholdt’s book that was released last year. I have hope.
Is everybody ready for Jodi Lynn Anderson to ruin their lives once again? Yes? Good.