When I was looking through my emails the other day, I suddenly was struck by just how many reviews and blog tours I have coming up in the near future. Or at least, the near future and a bit further away, but doesn’t feel like further away when you need to read and review. On my list are some absolutely superb books, and I thought it would be a good time to share what my upcoming reads look like, to give some ideas.
I’ve written them in date order, but some are publication dates and others are review dates – it’s a nice little confusing list, but it does make some kind of sense to me! – so here’s a selection of over twenty books you might want to have a search of. They’re a mix of all genres, all forms of book (ebook, audiobook, physical book), but what they have in common is how exciting they are.
What’s Left of Me Is Yours
Death By Shakespeare (reviewed on NetGalley today)
Death of A Painter
A Registry of My Passage Upon The Earth
Very Nearly Normal
The Thing About Alice
This Eternity of Masks and Shadows
The Jane Austen Society
The Graves of Whitechapel
Fleishman Is In Trouble
All Our Broken Idols
Mary Toft; or, The Rabbit Queen
Mad, Bad, and Dangerous To Know
The Charm Braclet
The First Woman
The Illustrated Child
The City of Tears
Mrs Death Misses Death
Phew! It’s going to be a busy few months. Thankfully I have a lot of time on my hands at the moment…
Thank you to all publishers and organisers of blog tours who have sent books my way – I’m very much enjoying the mental stack of them at the moment! This list is a mixture of books from private organisers of blog tours for published works, approvals from NetGalley and also two from Readers First. It’s fantastic to have been accepted for so many books and blog tours, and I feel very lucky – even if publication dates do keep shifting around in some cases. Being a book blogger right now certainly keeps you on your toes.
I can more than recommend many of these that I’ve already dipped into for previews, and the ones I haven’t yet… well, I’ve read enough about them to know that they are going to grab me when I do get around to them.
I hope this list is helpful for books to look forward to in the coming months – there are so many brilliant titles coming out!