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Happy September, friends!
The end of 2020 may be in sight but my TBR pile keeps on growing.
This fall, in addition to some first-time selections, I want to re-read Daniel Mason’s The Piano Tuner and Melissa Albert’s The Hazel Wood. (Review of The Hazel Wood and The Night Country coming soon in prep for the January 2021 release of Tales from the Hinterland!)
The end of 2020 and beginning of 2021 are bringing more selections I’m looking forward to. Browse 7 of my upcoming picks below and check out more from these great sites:
Penguin Random House’s article Our Most Anticipated Books for Fall
HarperCollins Coming Soon
Macmillan Publishers Coming Soon
What books are you looking forward to? Let me know in the comments!
The Writer’s Library by Nancy Pearl and Jeff Schwager – 8 September 2020 A book about writers talking about books that impacted them. What’s not to like??
Cursed Objects by J. W. Ocker – 15 September 2020 – Is there a lover of spooky stuff in your life? This book is for them!
Comfort & Joy by Kristin Hannah – 6 October 2020 – A story of Joy, recently divorced, who finds herself alone at the holidays and takes a trip to the Pacific Northwest, where what she least expects awaits: a semblance of love and family. Will she find the courage to believe in love again before it’s too late?
(My son has been asking to put up the Christmas tree, so you could say our house is getting into the Christmas spirit!)
This Just Speaks to Me by Hoda Kotb – 13 October 2020 – I’m not familiar with TV-Hoda but my son and I like her children’s book I’ve Loved You Since Forever (it’s perfect for bedtime).
Greenlights by Matthew McConaughey – 20 October 2020 – I love a good memoir. Matthew McConaughey seems like a good egg, and his memoir promises to be nothing short of honest.
Siri, Who Am I? by Sam Tschida – 12 January 2021 – A young woman wakes up in the hospital with amnesia and must use her Instagram feed to find out who she is. Will she learn more than she bargained for? Quirk Books: “But as Mia and Max work backward through her Instagram and across Los Angeles to learn more about her, they discover an ugly truth behind her perfect Instagram feed, and evidence that her head wound was no accident. Did Mia have it coming? And if so, is it too late for her to rewrite her story?”
Tales from the Hinterland by Melissa Albert – 12 January 2021 – The hauntingly captivating stories about the Hinterland will finally be available on a bookshelf near you!