It’s time for my absolute favorite post: my most anticipated releases for 2021! Specifically, I’m only going to talk about books that are releasing from January through June, because a) this post would be insanely long otherwise, and b) most of the post-June releases don’t have covers yet.
So there are FORTY SIX books here, and this isn’t even everything on my TBR, just the ones I’m most excited for. And this is after I’ve become way more circumspect about adding new books to my TBR; you’ll notice, for example, that as I’ve lost interest in YA fantasy, there’s only one or two YA fantasy releases here, and yet still I’ve somehow managed to accumulate a ridiculous number of books in this post. Alas.
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Normally I would do this post a little bit later in the year, like July, but since time has lost all meaning and I already have a huge list of anticipated releases for the remaining half of the year, I figured why not. Continue reading “Most Anticipated Releases for the Remainder of 2020”
No explanation needed, but I just gotta say this is such a fun post to write, and I definitely refer back to my 2019 posts a lot; it functions as a nice TBR. I’m only including books that have release dates and covers announced, and, just like I did for 2019, will probably post another post like this during the summer that covers all the other books that have been announced.
This is not an exhaustive list of all the books on my Goodreads TBR, just the ones I am most excited about, because otherwise this list would be obnoxiously long. Continue reading “Most Anticipated Releases for 2020”
Last year, I did a post about my most anticipated releases of 2019. As I was perusing it I realized that a) I haven’t read half the books on the list even though they have either been released or I have ARCs and b) I really only talked about books that were coming out up until August, with the exception of one single book. There’s a bunch of new releases I’m looking forward to for the rest of the year, so why not talk about a whole other bunch of books I probably won’t read until like two years after their release date!
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