We’re – supposedly – well into Autumn now and publishers are still going strong with the 2015 releases. There are a bunch of books that I’m looking forward to getting my hands on this month, and I wanted to share them with you all. Which October releases are you looking forward to? Since Shadows of Self doesn’t come out in the UK until November, I decided against putting it in this month’s post. You Americans are so lucky!
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?