Top Ten Tuesday | 14 Anticipated Reads of 2017 (aka, a *Few* of the Books That Already Own Bookshelf Real Estate)
If there is one thing to anticipate about the start of a new year, it’s the influx of new books. Because, obviously, a good book nerd always makes room on her shelf for new books.
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Top Ten Books I'm Looking Forward To For The First Half Of 2017
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As with each anticipatory list we're asked to put together, the number of books to fill said list is never a small one. In fact, already, the 2017 books I’m looking forward to probably would fill up an entire shelving unit. And we don’t even know all of the books we’ll be getting in 2017 (because publishers are evil like this).
In order to keep this list in check (it already went over the usual ten), what I’ve done is limited this list to the books I’m anticipating for the first six months of the year (which totally falls in line with the "first half" of the year). Needless to say, there are some I cannot wait to get my grabby hands on.
1. The Illusionist’s Apprentice by Kristy Cambron | Very much anticipating the arrival of Kristy’s next release. I’ve zero doubt it’ll be a classy masterpiece of a novel. March 2017, Amazon | Goodreads
2. To the Farthest Shores by Elizabeth Camden | Elizabeth’s books (in the past) have always been must buy purchases. But for some reason I’ve neglected picking up her more recent books. Here’s hoping I remedy that, beginning with her next novel. February 2017, Amazon | Goodreads
3. Murder on the Moor by Julianna Deering | Another Drew Farthering mystery? Yes, please! January 2017, Amazon | Goodreads
4. Life After by Katie Ganshert | Katie’s novels never cease to pack an emotional punch, and this one promises to stay the course. April 2017, Amazon | Goodreads
5. Always and Forever, Lara Jean by Jenny Han | Is it weird that I’ve not even read any of Jenny Han’s books and I’m excited at the prospect of a new Lara Jean novel? (*Please say no.) April 2017, Amazon | Goodreads
6. For Love and Honor by Jody Hedlund | Jody’s first two YA historical novels were all sweetness and lovely. I suspect this, her third, will be no different. March 2017, Amazon | Goodreads
7. Jane of Austin by Hillary Manton Lodge | A new book from master storyteller, Hillary Manton Lodge!? Cannot wait. (Can you tell I'm ridiculously excited for this one!?) June 2017, Amazon | Goodreads
8. The Names They Gave Us by Emery Lord | After falling in love with Emery’s The Start of Me and You, I’m beyond ready to read more from her. Now I simply have to get my read on. May 2017, Amazon | Goodreads
9. The White Feather Murders by Rachel McMillan | I've carried on (and on) enough about this series. Hence it needs no introduction. May 2017, Amazon | Goodreads
10. Still Life by Dani Pettrey | An adrenaline packed mystery from mystery master, Dani Pettrey is always a must on any of my anticipated lists. This latest is no different. January 2017, Amazon | Goodreads
11. Windfall by Jennifer E. Smith | This one sounds really interesting, plus I love Jennifer's writing/style. May 2017, Amazon | Goodreads
12. True to You by Becky Wade | As a fan of Becky's unique, happy and all around lovely romance writer stylings, I'm happily grinning (and anticipating!) about the fact that she has a new series next year. May 2017, Amazon | Goodreads
13. The Evaporation of Sofi Snow by Mary Weber | After her Storm Siren trilogy, I'm excited to discover what world storyteller Mary Weber has next for us to explore. June 2017, Amazon | Goodreads
14. By Your Side by Kasie West | A new and (presumably) cute romcom from Kasie West? Obviously, this one will be a must. February 2017, Amazon | Goodreads
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What are some of your most anticipated 2017 reads? I’ve love to chat with you about them, whatever they may be.
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