Futuristic Friday: Books We Can’t Wait To Read

March 27, 2015 Uncategorized 17


It’s time once again for Tamara and I to pick out some books we’re looking forward to over the next quarter and there are some good ones coming up! As always, I had a very hard time narrowing my list down. So, here are just some of the many books being published in the next three months that we can’t wait to read.

Katie’s April 2015 Futuristic Friday Selections

A Desperate Fortune, The Fair Fight, The Real Doctor Will See You Shortly, Headstrong, Spinster

Tamara’s April 2015 Futuristic Friday Selections

The Perfume Garden, Dark Chocolate Demise, Where They Found Her, Be Afraid, Her Name is Rose

Katie’s May 2015 Futuristic Friday Selections

The Gracekeepers, Disclaimer, Girl at War, The Bronte Cabinet

Tamara’s May 2015 Futuristic Friday Selections

A Good Killing, Moonlight on Butternut Lake, The Marriage Season, I Regret Nothing, The Summer’s End

Katie’s June 2015 Futuristic Friday Selections

The Inklings, The Strange Case of the Rickety Cossack, Primates of Park Avenue, The Oregon Trail, My Grandmother Asked Me to Tell You She’s Sorry

Tamara’s June 2015 Futuristic Friday Selections

The Idea of Love, The Melody Lingers On, The Wrong Man, Tiny Little Thing, Sweet Forgiveness

Are there any books coming out soon that you can’t wait to get your hands on? Are any of our picks books you’re excited about too?

17 Responses to “Futuristic Friday: Books We Can’t Wait To Read”

    • DoingDewey

      For some reason, I love reading books about book, characters who read, and authors. I suppose it makes sense, since I love books, but I think I might also enjoy that it’s a little meta 😛

  1. Jennine G.

    Oh! The Oregon Trail looks great! And I’m just going by the title! Of course, I am of the age that played the original PC game. For all the technological improvements, nothing beats the original game. Thanks for bringing this to my attention. AND there’s a giveaway on Goodreads!

    • DoingDewey

      I think I’m excited about it because of the computer game too! I actually had a friend in undergrad who got dysentery because of the nasty old sewers in Cleveland and her boyfriend got her a shirt that said “you died of dysentery” with a picture of a covered wagon. I’m not sure she was amused, but it’s one of my favorite stories to tell 🙂

    • DoingDewey

      Spinster is one of the ones I’m most excited about. I’m really enjoying reads about feminist issues after reading The War on Women in Israel. That highlighted for me how quickly equality can be lost and reminded me that we need to keep fighting for what we have 🙂

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    […] *This book was sent to Traveling With T by Touchstone Books for review consideration. All thoughts and opinions are mine alone. A GOOD KILLING was also a Traveling With T May Futuristic Friday selection.* […]

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