It’s been a little while since I did a post gathering together my NetGalley list. I have books coming in from various directions, which is LOVELY, and I am forever grateful when an ARC offer lands in my email inbox. Being a book blogger is a wonderful thing to be doing, and just reminds you how grateful to be when it comes to books. But my NetGalley TBR is feeling a little bit like it has a life of its own right now, so it seemed like a good time to share.
Confession: I do have a few books I haven’t managed to get around to reviewing prior to their publication date but I’m covering the books from today onwards.
Kingdom of the Wicked – Kerri Maniscalco – 27th October 2020
The Illustrated Child – Polly Crosby – 29th October 2020
The Betrayals – Bridget Collins – 12th November 2020
The Stitcher and The Mute – D.K. Fields – 12th November 2020
Blood Metal Bone – Lindsay Cummings – 7th January 2021
A Vow So Bold and Deadly SAMPLER – Brigid Kemmerer – 12th January 2021
The Once and Future Queen: Secrets and the Starcrossed – Clara O’Connor – 21st January 2021
A Burning – Megha Majumdar – 21st January 2021
The City Of Tears – Kate Mosse – 21st January 2021
The Shape of Darkness – Laura Purcell – 28th January 2021
Mrs Death Misses Death – Salena Godden – 28th January 2021
Of Wicked Blood – Olivia Wildenstein, Katie Hayoz – 2nd February 2021
Before My Actual Heart Breaks – Tish Delaney – 29th April 2021
Phew! That was exciting and terrifying to type out. To know that I’ve got books all the way around to APRIL next year is a bit intimidating. But I also know I’m game for a challenge and with everything else I’ve got going on, it’s good to know there’s a steady stream of books to fall back on. Balancing pre release books is sometimes a bit tricky as all publishers have different rules about when they like reviews to go up. There’s some books on this list I’m particularly excited about and it’s like a little slice of magic having them in my hands early.
I feel so lucky that book blogging has come into my life, and it took me a while before I felt brave enough to sign up to NetGalley, but it ended up being one of the best decisions I’ve ever made.
Well, I hope this list has given you some idea of books to keep an eye on in the upcoming months – I’ll be back with more recommendations sometime soon but for now, check these out!