We’re almost jumping into quarter 3 of the year, which is crazy to think about. What a year it has been so far! But to ease that craziness, I thought I’d share my most anticipated releases that are coming out in the months of July, August and September. Hope you find some books in this list that peak your interest as well!
I am just mentioning the reasons why I want to read these books. The synopses will be linked (click the titles). I knew that if I were to explain every single book, this would be too long of a post and I don’t think you guys will have time for that!
This book mostly peaks my interest because of the author. She wrote (and illustrated) the Heartstopper graphic novels and I’m really interested in her “regular” novels. She already has a few out, but I’m thinking I will start with her newest release to jump into.
Now, if it wasn’t for the fact that I am writing this blogpost, I wouldn’t have found this book, I think. But for some reason, titles that include the word “bookshop” always get my attention. And then I read the synopsis and I put it on my TBR immediately. Although I didn’t even read past the fact that the main character inherited the bookshop from her mother, before adding it. The rest of the synopsis also really intrigues me though.
I don’t really know why, but I have always liked books that are about new media and music and just all of that. This is about blogging, podcasts, songwriting and I JUST LOVE IT ALL. So, please, give me that book ASAP!!!
There’s no synopsis yet on Goodreads, but it’s been a while since I have bought a Colleen Hoover (although I think I still have like 2 unread CoHo’s on my shelves). And also, that cover is really interesting!
This book definitely falls under the category of my trying to read more diversely. I do have some books on my shelves that represent quite diversely, but definitely not enough. I am trying make sure that changes really fast. Any recommendations are always welcome!
Remember this author? Haha. This book is Twilight told from Edward’s perspective, and even though I haven’t finished this series and I actually never read Twilight (back in the day I thought; oh I have seen the movie, I can go straight to book 2), I am still pretty excited to read this! Like, I didn’t think I’d need a retelling of this, but hey, it’s gonna be here, so why not try to enjoy it? It is a whopping 672 pages, though.
This is the second book in the Dear Martin-series. I have not read the first book, but I do own it. This definitely also belongs in the category of diversifying the books I read and educating myself on the injustice in this world. I’m surprised both books are under the 300-page mark, it makes me curious to see how she has written about these serious topics in such a short book.
And, are you excited to read any of these books? I know I am, haha! What books are you excited for that I did not mention here?