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2022 New Books Releases I Want to Read (January – June)

2022 New Book Releases I Want to Read (January - June)

What new book releases are you most looking forward to in the first half of 2022?

There are an abundance of great new releases to look forward to this year. Even though I know it would be impossible to get to them all, it’s still fun to make such lists and keep an eye on books in case of sales or mood changes.

The number one read in each month I can’t wait to read are: Daughter of the Moon Goddess (January), The Girl Who Fell Beneath the Sea (February), A Brush with Love (March), Part of Your World (April), Remarkable Ruby (May), and The Silence That Binds Us (June).

Here’s the full mega list of anticipated 2022 releases:

JANUARY
1 – Digging Up Love by Chandra Blumberg
4 – Operation Sisterhood by Olugbemisola Rhuday-Perkovich (review coming soon)
11 – Daughter of the Moon Goddess by Sue Lynn Tan
11 – The Family You Make by Jill Shalvis
11 – Weather Girl by Rachel Lynn Solomon
11 – The Shattered Skies by John Birmingham
14 – Snow White with the Red Hair (vol. 14)
18 – How to Love Your Neighbor by Sophie Sullivan (review)
18 – Operation Do-Over by Gordon Korman
18 – Joan Is Okay by Weike Wang
18 – Servant Mage by Kate Elliott
18 – Icebreaker by A. L. Graziadei
25 – Getting His Game Back by Gia de Cadenet (review)
25 – His Fresh Start Cowboy by A.M. Arthur
25 – The Map to You by Rachel Stockbridge

 

FEBRUARY
1? – Amari and the Great Game by B.B. Alston
1 – The Iron Sword by Julie Kagawa (review coming soon)
1 – Just Right Jillian by Nicole D. Collier (review coming soon)
1 – Count Your Lucky Stars by Alexandria Bellefleur
1 – Cameron Battle and the Hidden Kingdoms by Jamar J. Perry
1 – Ramón and Julieta by Alana Albertson
8 – Not the Witch You Wed by April Asher
11 – Playing for Love by Jeevani Charika
15 – Meet Me in the Margins by Melissa Fergusan
22 – The Girl Who Fell Beneath the Sea by Axie Oh
22 – I’m So (Not) Over You by Kosoko Jackson
22 – Only a Monster by Vanessa Len

 

MARCH
1 – Turning by Joy L. Smith (review coming soon)
1 – A Brush with Love by Mazey Eddings
1 – Witchlings by Claribel A. Ortega
1 – Wingbearer by Marjorie M. Liu
1 – This Is Not Enough by Anna Kang, Illustrated by Christopher Weyant
8 – The Suite Spot by Trish Doller (review)
8 – Kamila Knows Best by Farah Heron
8 – One for All by Lillie Lainoff
15 – Falling Short by Ernesto Cisneros
15 – Dating Dr. Dil by Nisha Sharma
22 – The Garden We Share by Zoë Tucker, Illustrated by Swaney Julianna (review)
22 – Savvy Sheldon Feels Good as Hell by Taj McCoy
22 – Kiss & Tell by Adib Khorram
22 – A Million Quiet Revolutions by Robin Gow
29 – Summer Nights with a Cowboy by Caitlin Crews (review coming soon)
29 – Bharatanatyam in Ballet Shoes by Mahak Jain

 

APRIL
5 – Spy x Family (vol. 7)
5 – Positively Introverted by Maureen Marzi Wilson
5 – Alice Austen Lived Here by Alex Gino
5 – She Gets the Girl by Rachael Lippincott & Alyson Derrick
5 – The Blood Trials by N.E. Davenport
5 – Love from Scratch by Kaitlyn Hill
5 – Business Not as Usual by Sharon C. Cooper
12 – No Rings Attached by Rachel Lacey
15 – Snow White with the Red Hair (vol. 18)
19 – Part of Your World by Abby Jimenez
26 – That Cowboy of Mine by Donna Grant
26 – The Damning Stone by TJ Klune
26 – Jagged Little Pill by Eric Smith
26 – In the Key of Us by Mariama J. Lockington
26 – Never Cross a Highlander by Lisa Rayne

 

MAY
3 – Remarkable Ruby by Terri Libenson
3 – Book Lovers by Emily Henry
3 – Chef’s Kiss by T.J. Alexander
10 – Set on You by Amy Lea
10 – Camp Famous by Jennifer Blecher
10 – Wildseed Witch by Marti Dumas
31 – Small Town Pride by Phil Stamper

 

JUNE
7 – Batter Royale by Leisl Adams
7 – Same Time, Same Place by David M. Barnett
14 – The Silence That Binds Us by Joanna Ho
14 – Wash Day Diaries by Jamila Rowser and Robyn Smith
17 – Snow White with the Red Hair (vol. 19)
21 – On Rotation by Shirlene Obuobi
21 – Fake It Till You Bake It by Jamie Wesley
28 – The Black Girls Left Standing by Juliana Goodman
28 – The Song That Moves the Sun by Anna Bright


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December 2021 New Book Releases

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December 2021 New Book Releases

December 7

The Righteous by Reneé Ahidieh

Innate Magic by Shannon Fay

December 28

Starlight by Olivia Wildenstein

Duke Gone Rogue by Christy Carlyle

It Happened One Midnight by Saranna DeWylde


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November 2021 New Book Releases

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November 1
Star Mother by Charlie N. Holmberg

November 2
You Can Go Your Own Way by Eric Smith (arc)
Snow White with the Red Hair (Volume 16)
The Fastest Way to Fall by Denise Williams
Escape From Falaise by John Flanagan
Dreams Lie Beneath by Rebecca Ross
Another Beast’s Skin by Jessika Grewe Glover
Tahira in Bloom by Farah Heron

November 9
You’ve Reached Sam by Dustin Thao (arc)
Just Haven’t Met You Yet by Sophie Cousens

November 16
The Singles Table by Sara Desai
Graceling by Kristin Cashore, Adapted & Illustrated by Gareth Hinds

November 23
The Becoming by Nora Roberts

November 30
A Swift and Savage Tide by Chloe Neill (arc)
Oddball by Sarah Andersen (arc review)


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🍂 October 2021 New Book Releases 🍂

I’m so glad I live in a world where there are Octobers.
– L.M. Montgomery

 

OCTOBER 5
Love, Chai, and Other Four-Letter Words by Annika Sharma
Spy x Family (vol. 6)
Luminous by Mara Rutherford
Dust & Grim by Chuck Wendig
Payback’s a Witch by Lana Harper (synopsis below)
Susie B. Won’t Back Down by Margaret Finnegan

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OCTOBER 11
Dark Alpha’s Need by Donna Grant (synopsis below)

There is no escaping a Reaper. I am an elite assassin, part of a brotherhood that only answers to Death. And when Death says your time is up, I’m coming for you…

The latest threat uncovered, it is my honor and duty to oust those responsible for the slaughter of so many and make the Fae Others pay for their crimes. However, nothing could have prepared me for the stunning and curious female that crosses my path. She’s an enigma: equal parts strength and vulnerability. She quiets the rage I’ve carried within me for so long and makes me question Death’s directives for the first time ever. Her tragic, emotional story touches something deep within me, and her bravery is awe-inspiring—which makes it doubly hard to let her return to the enemy and the dangers that await. I never expected her, but I need her. She is everything to me, and I will do whatever it takes to make sure she’s safe and by my side. Forever.

 

OCTOBER 12
The Keeper of Night by Kylie Lee Baker
The Troubled Girls of Dragomir Academy by Anne Ursu
Always, in December by Emily Stone

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OCTOBER 19
Carefree Black Girls by Zeba Blay (arc review)
Well Matched by Jen DeLuca
The Circus at the End of the Sea by Lori R. Synder

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OCTOBER 26
Home for a Cowboy Christmas by Donna Grant
Trashlands by Alison Stine
Duke, Actually by Jenny Holiday
Sweet Talk by Cara Bastone
The School Between Winter and Fairyland by Heather Fawcett (synopsis below)

Twelve-year-old Autumn Malog is a servant at the enchanting Inglenook School, where young magicians study to become the king’s future monster-hunters. Along with her Gran and three too many older brothers, she works as a beastkeeper, tending to Inglenook’s menagerie of terrifying monsters.

But when she isn’t mucking out the wyvern stalls or coaxing the resident boggart to behave, Autumn searches for clues about her twin brother’s mysterious disappearance. Everyone else thinks he was devoured by the feared Hollow Dragon, but Autumn is convinced she’s heard–and glimpsed–him calling to her from within the castle walls. But who will believe a lowly servant?

So when Cai Morrigan, the “Chosen One” prophesied to one day destroy the Hollow Dragon, comes to her for help, Autumn agrees on one condition: Together, they’ll search for her brother and uncover the dark truth at the heart of enchanting Inglenook School once and for all.


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September 2021 New Book Releases

SEPTEMBER 7   (SUPER TUESDAY)
My City Speaks by Darren Lebeuf, Illustrated by Ashley Barron (arc review)
Snow White with the Red Hair (Volume 15)
Narwhal’s School of Awesomeness by Ben Clanton
Partly Cloudy by Tanita S. Davis
Yusuf Azeem Is Not a Hero by Saadia Faruqi
The Charm Offensive by Alison Cochrun
Portrait of a Scotsman by Evie Dunmore

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SEPTEMBER 14
A Soft Place to Land by Janae Marks
The Love Hypothesis by Ali Hazelwood
A Gentle Noble’s Vacation Recommendation (Vol. 4)
Before We Were Blue by E.J. Schwartz
Battle of the Bands edited by Lauren Gibaldi & Eric Smith (anthology)

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SEPTEMBER 21
Under the Whispering Door by TJ Klune (arc review)
Maya and the Return of the Godlings by Rena Barron
When Sparks Fly by Helena Hunting
Amira & Hamza: The War to Save the Worlds by Samira Ahmed

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SEPTEMBER 28   (SUPER TUESDAY)
Her Renegade Cowboy by Lora Leigh (arc review)
Steelstriker by Marie Lu
The Sweetest Remedy by Jane Igharo
It Started with a Dog by Julia London
Beasts and Beauty: Dangerous Tales by Soman Chainani
No Words by Meg Cabot
Eight Perfect Hours by Lia Louis

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August 2021 New Book Releases

AUGUST 3   (SUPER Tuesday!!!)
Usha and the Big Digger by Amitha Jagannath Knight, Illustrated by Sandhya Prabhat (arc review)
Yona of the Dawn (Volume 31)
Black Boy Joy: 17 Stories Celebrating Black Boyhood edited by Kwame Mbalia
Like A Love Song by Gabriela Martins
The Plentiful Darkness by Heather Kassner
A Dragonbird in the Fern by Laura Rueckert
The Dating Dare by Jayci Lee

AUGUST 10
Rise Up from the Embers by Sara Raasch & Kristin Simmons
On These Black Sands by Vanessa Rasanen
How Moon Fuentez Fell in Love with the Universe by Raquel Vasquez Gilliland

AUGUST 19
He’s My Mom!: A Story for Children Who Have a Transgender Parent or Relative by Sarah Savage, Illustrated by Joules Garcia (arc review)

AUGUST 24
All Night Long With A Cowboy by Caitlin Crews (arc review coming soon)

AUGUST 31
Black Butler (Volume 30)
The Last Chance Library by Freya Sampson


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💙 July-December 2021 Book Releases I Can’t Wait For! 💙

July 6
Snow White with the Red Hair (Volume 14)
Capture the Crown by Jennifer Estep
Half Sick of Shadows by Laura Sebastian
Mashle: Magic and Muscles (Volume 1)
Six Crimson Cranes by Elizabeth Lim
Forever This Summer by Leslie C. Youngblood

 

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July 12
Dragon Mine by Donna Grant

July 13
Flash Fire by TJ Klune (arc review)
The Right Side of Reckless by Whitney D. Grandison (arc)
Radha & Jai’s Recipe for Romance by Nisha Sharma (arc)

July 20
Isn’t It Bromantic? by Lyssa Kay Adams
Weird Kid by Greg Van Eekhout
These Hollow Vows by Lexi Ryan

 

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July 27
Open Your Heart by Cheris Hodges
Men Are Frogs by Saranna DeWylde
A Void of Magic by Sandy Williams

August 3
Yona of the Dawn (Volume 31)
Black Boy Joy: 17 Stories Celebrating Black Boyhood edited by Kwame Mbalia
The Plentiful Darkness by Heather Kassner
A Dragonbird in the Fern by Laura Rueckert
The Dating Dare by Jayci Lee

August 10
Rise Up from the Embers by Sara Raasch & Kristin Simmons
On These Black Sands by Vanessa Rasanen
How Moon Fuentez Fell in Love with the Universe by Raquel Vasquez Gilliland

 

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August 17
Black Butler (Volume 30)

August 19
He’s My Mom!: A Story for Children Who Have a Transgender Parent or Relative by Sarah Savage, Illustrated by Joules Garcia

August 24
All Night Long With A Cowboy by Caitlin Crews (arc)

August 31
The Last Chance Library by Freya Sampson

September 7
Snow White with the Red Hair (Volume 15)
Narwhal’s School of Awesomeness by Ben Clanton
Partly Cloudy by Tanita S. Davis
Yusuf Azeem Is Not a Hero by Saadia Faruqi
The Charm Offensive by Alison Cochrun
Portrait of a Scotsman by Evie Dunmore
My City Speaks by Darren Lebeuf, Illustrated by Ashley Barron

 

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September 14
The Love Hypothesis by Ali Hazelwood
Before We Were Blue by E.J. Schwartz
Battle of the Bands edited by Lauren Gibaldi & Eric Smith (anthology)

September 21
Under the Whispering Door by TJ Klune (arc review)
Maya and the Return of the Godlings by Rena Barron
When Sparks Fly by Helena Hunting
Amira & Hamza: The War to Save the Worlds by Samira Ahmed

September 28
Steelstriker by Marie Lu
Beasts and Beauty: Dangerous Tales by Soman Chainani
Her Renegade Cowboy by Lora Leigh (arc)

 

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October 5
Dust & Grim by Chuck Wendig
Luminous by Mara Rutherford
Payback’s a Witch by Lana Harper

October 12
The Sweetest Remedy by Jane Igharo
The Troubled Girls of Dragomir Academy by Anne Ursu
The Keeper of Night by Kylie Lee Baker

October 19
Carefree Black Girls by Zeba Blay (arc)
Well Matched by Jen DeLuca
The Circus at the End of the Sea by Lori R. Synder

 

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October 26
Home for a Cowboy Christmas by Donna Grant
The School Between Winter and Fairyland by Heather Fawcett

November 2
Snow White with the Red Hair (Volume 16)
The Fastest Way to Fall by Denise Williams
Escape From Falaise by John Flanagan
You’ve Reached Sam by Dustin Thao
Dreams Lie Beneath by Rebecca Ross
You Can Go Your Own Way by Eric Smith
Another Beast’s Skin by Jessika Grewe Glover

 

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November 4
Wolf Taken by Heather Renee

November 9
The Righteous by Renee Ahdieh

November 16
The Singles Table by Sara Desai

November 23
The Becoming by Nora Roberts

November 30
A Swift and Savage Tide by Chloe Neill


What are your most anticipated reads for the second half of 2021? Which books are you hoping to add to your bookshelves?


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June New Book Releases

June 1 (Super Tuesday!!!)

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One Last Stop by Casey McQuiston (arc review)

A Lowcountry Bride by Preslaysa Williams (arc review)

Wednesday Wilson Gets Down to Business by Bree Galbraith, Illustrated by Morgan Goble (arc review)

Yona of the Dawn (Vol. 30)

The [Un]Popular Vote by Jasper Sanchez

The Hidden Knife by Melissa Marr

The Library of the Dead by T. L. Huchu

Instructions for Dancing by Nicola Yoon

The Passing Playbook by Issac Fitzsimmons

Shirley Chisholm Dared: The Story of the First Black Woman in Congress by Alicia D. Williams, Illustrated by April Harrison

Pizazz by Sophy Henn

 

JUNE 7

An Unlikely Pair by Traci Hunter Abramson

 

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June 8

Both Can Be True by Jules Machias

The Last Goodbye by Fiona Lucas

Girls At the Edge of the World by Laura Brooke Robson

Every Body Shines: Sixteen Stories About Living Fabulously Fat by Cassandra Newbould

We Can’t Keep Meeting Like This by Rachel Lynn Solomon

Daughter of Sparta by Claire M. Andrews

A Gentle Noble’s Vacation Recommendation (Vol. 3) (arc review coming soon)

Fifteen Hundred Miles from the Sun by Jonny Garza Villa

 

June 15

Very Sincerely Yours by Kerry Winfrey

Sisters of the Snake by Sasha Nanua & Sarena Nanua

 

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June 22

Kind of Sort of Fine by Spencer Hall

Blackout by Dhonielle Clayton

The Royal Tutor (Vol. 15)

Usha and the Big Digger by Amitha Jagannath Knight, Illustrated by Sandhya Prabhat

 

June 29

To Sir, with Love by Lauren Layne

Gearbreakers by Zoe Hana Mikuta


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Summer Releases I Need Right Now (Is it summer yet?)

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Good day, Bookworms! What summer releases are you most excited for?

I really wish it was summer already. I really really wish it was.

As I’m sure with many who work in a school, I’ve been daydreaming about summer for a while now. It’s been a long, hectic school year with September feeling like it was another lifetime. We could all use a much needed break to rest, relax and recharge.

Beside needing a break from work, there are some great upcoming summer releases. The premise for all of these are super appealing. I also love the wording of the titles and I’m rather fond of each book’s lovely cover art. If only I could read these books now!

With summer (and summer reading) on the brain, I thought I’d spotlight 5 books that make me wish it was the season of sun already.

JUNE 22

Kind of Sort of Fine by Spencer Hall

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Senior year of high school is full of changes.

For Hayley Mills, these changes aren’t exactly welcome. All she wants is for everyone to forget about her very public breakdown and remember her as the overachiever she once was—and who she’s determined to be again. But it’s difficult to be seen as a go-getter when she’s forced into TV Production class with all the slackers like Lewis Holbrook.

For Lewis, though, this is going to be his year. After a summer spent binging 80s movies, he’s ready to upgrade from the role of self-described fat, funny sidekick to leading man of his own life—including getting the girl. The only thing standing in his way is, well, himself.

When the two are partnered up in class, neither is particularly thrilled. But then they start making mini documentaries about their classmates’ hidden talents, and suddenly Hayley is getting attention for something other than her breakdown, and Lewis isn’t just a background character anymore. It seems like they’re both finally getting what they want—except what happens when who you’ve become isn’t who you really are?

 

JULY 20

Weird Kid by Greg Van Eekhout

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Jake Wind is trying to stay under the radar. Whose radar? Anyone who might be too interested in the fact that he has shapeshifting abilities he can’t control. Or that his parents found him as a ball of goo when he was a baby.

Keeping his powers in check is crucial, though, if he wants to live a normal life and go to middle school instead of being homeschooled (and if he wants to avoid being kidnapped and experimented on, of course).

Things feel like they’re going his way when he survives his first day of school without transforming and makes a new friend. But when mysterious sinkholes start popping up around town—sinkholes filled with the same extraterrestrial substance as Jake—and his neighbors, classmates, and even his family start acting a little, well, weird, Jake will have to learn to use his powers in order to save his town.

 

 

JULY 13

Radha & Jai’s Recipe for Romance by Nisha Sharma

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Radha is on the verge of becoming one of the greatest Kathak dancers in the world . . . until a family betrayal costs her the biggest competition of her life. Now, she has left her Chicago home behind to follow her stage mom to New Jersey. At the Princeton Academy of the Arts, Radha is determined to leave performing in her past, and reinvent herself from scratch.

Jai is captain of the Bollywood Beats dance team, ranked first in his class, and an overachiever with no college plans. Tight family funds means medical school is a pipe dream, which is why he wants to make the most out of high school. When Radha enters his life, he realizes she’s the exact ingredient he needs for a show-stopping senior year.

With careful choreography, both Radha and Jai will need to face their fears (and their families) if they want a taste of a happily ever after.

 

 

 

While We Were Dating by Jasmine Guillory

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Ben Stephens has never bothered with serious relationships. He has plenty of casual dates to keep him busy, family drama he’s trying to ignore and his advertising job to focus on. When Ben lands a huge ad campaign featuring movie star Anna Gardiner, however, it’s hard to keep it purely professional. Anna is not just gorgeous and sexy, she’s also down to earth and considerate, and he can’t help flirting a little…

Anna Gardiner is on a mission: to make herself a household name, and this ad campaign will be a great distraction while she waits to hear if she’s booked her next movie. However, she didn’t expect Ben Stephens to be her biggest distraction. She knows mixing business with pleasure never works out, but why not indulge in a harmless flirtation?

But their lighthearted banter takes a turn for the serious when Ben helps Anna in a family emergency, and they reveal truths about themselves to each other, truths they’ve barely shared with those closest to them.

When the opportunity comes to turn their real-life fling into something more for the Hollywood spotlight, will Ben be content to play the background role in Anna’s life and leave when the cameras stop rolling? Or could he be the leading man she needs to craft their own Hollywood ending?

 

AUGUST 10

Rise Up From the Embers by Sara Raasch & Kristen Simmons

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Two gods are dead. The Mother Goddess has returned. War is rising.

Fleeing the ruins of Deimos, Ash and Madoc sail across the ocean toward their only possible allies: the water and plant gods. But when Anathrasa attacks on the way, Ash leaps to the defense—by using a power she didn’t know she had.

When Madoc made the fire and earth gods mortal, he inadvertently transferred their magic to Ash. Now, if Ash can get energeias from the other four gods, she will be powerful enough to end Anathrasa once and for all.

But not all the gods want the Mother Goddess defeated. To stop her, Madoc will have to become the obedient son his mother always wanted, and Ash will have to take a merciless place among the gods.

To defeat an immortal, Ash and Madoc must fight like gods—even if it means sacrificing their humanity.


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May New Book Releases

Happy Sunday, Bookworms!

What’s your most anticipated releases this month?

It’s hard to believe we are in the 5th month of 2021. It’s been an interesting year so far with lots of changes happening with sometimes only books keeping me afloat.

But I’m very happy to be in a new month with the possibility of new favorite stories that are being published.

My most anticipated May releases are:

 

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May 4 (SUPER TUESDAY!!!)

Blade of Secrets by Tricia Levenseller

The Bookshop of Second Chances by Jackie Fraser

Ember of Night by Molly E. Lee

Just Last Night by Mhairi McFarlane

Realm Breaker by Victoria Aveyard

The Secret Bridesmaid by Kati Birchall

Snow White with the Red Hair (volume 13)

Truly Tyler by Terri Libenson

I Affirm Me: The ABCs of Inspiration for Black Kids by Nyasha Williams; Illustrated by Sofya Glushko

Uncomfortable Conversations with a Black Boy by Emmanuel Acho

Better Than The Movies by Lynn Painter

Sunkissed by Kasie West

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May 11

Thanks A Lot, Universe by Chad Lucas (arc review)

The Shape of Thunder by Jasmine Warga

Unsettled by Reem Faruqi

A Song for the Road by Kathleen M. Basi

 

May 17

Dark Alpha’s Obsession by Donna Grant

The Bachelor Bargain by Maddison Michaels

 

May 18

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The Firebird Song by Arnée Flores

Not All Heroes by Josephine Cameron

The Royal Tutor (volume 15)

Shipped by Meredith Tate

Rosaline Palmer Takes the Cake by Alexis Hall

 

May 25

The Immortal Game by Talia Rothschild & A. C. Harvey

Talk Bookish to Me by Kate Bromley

Every Body Shines: Sixteen Stories About Living Fabulously Fat by Cassandra Newbould


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