Futuristic Friday: Exciting New Releases For the Rest of the Year

September 25, 2015 Uncategorized 14

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I can’t believe how quickly the year has flown by! Today, we’re checking out the new releases that Tamara of Traveling With T and I are most excited for in the final quarter of 2015. I think this is going to be a strong finish to the year, with some great books to look forward to!

Travelling With T’s Futuristic Friday Picks For October

Tamara’s picks for October include Pretending to DanceWhat You SeeFlorist GumpWinter Stroll, and Food Whore

Doing Dewey’s Futuristic Friday Picks For October

Doing Dewey’s picks for October include The Tsar of Love and TechnoThe Secret ChordThe Witches: Salem, 1692Cleopatra’s Shadows, and Then Comes Marriage: United States v Windsor and the Defeat of DOMA

Travelling With T’s Futuristic Friday Picks For November

Traveling With T’s picks for November include The MuralistA Likely StoryAlong the Infinite SeaTricky Twenty-TwoAll Dressed in White, and Cover Shot

Doing Dewey’s Futuristic Friday Picks For November

Doing Dewey’s picks for November include It Ended Badly: Thirteen of the Worst Breakups in HistoryBohemian GospelWherever There is LightThing Explainer: Complicated Stuff in Simple WordsYoung Elizabeth: the Making of the Queen, and The Light of Hidden Flowers

Travelling With T’s Futuristic Friday Picks For December

Traveling With T’s picks for December include Secret SistersDead to the Last Drop, and Anything for You

Doing Dewey’s Futuristic Friday Picks For December

Doing Dewey’s picks for December include Ten Billion Tomorrows: How Science Fiction Technology Became Reality and Shapes the FutureQueen Victoria’s Mysterious Daughter: A Biography of Princess LouiseMedicis DaughterThis Is Why I Came, and Lingo: Around Europe in Sixty Languages

What books are you most looking forward to the rest of the year?

 

14 Responses to “Futuristic Friday: Exciting New Releases For the Rest of the Year”

    • DoingDewey

      The Secret Chord was an easy pick for me, since I really enjoyed reading Brooks’ Year of Wonders. I hope it’s just as good! I’m currently reading Cleopatra’s Shadows and so far I’d highly recommend it. It’s a really interesting look at the lives of children in a royal family.

      I’d love to read more translated fiction and I always like learning more about it too 🙂 I’d highly recommend the anthology In Translation as a good book about translated fiction.

    • DoingDewey

      I was also excited about this because of having enjoyed Cleopatra! I’ll be picking this up in October too. Would you like to make it a buddy read and chat by e-mail as we read this? I can pick it up any time in October.

  1. Tanya Patrice

    You guys are so on top of things! One of my “must reads” coming out is the new Cormoran Strike book by Robert Gailbrath (aka JK Rowling). I cannot wait!

    • DoingDewey

      If I’m honest, I’m on top of things because of needing to put this post together! Otherwise, I’d probably not be planning this far ahead. I have yet to read anything by JK except The Harry Potter books, but I might try some of her new ones soon. I’m glad to hear you’re enjoying them!

  2. Naomi

    So many good books! I think I’ll wait and let you get to them all first, then I’ll decide which ones I want to read. That’s the way it works, right? No pressure…

    • DoingDewey

      Haha, I’ll do my best! I’m actually reading all of my October picks, but I’m trying not to request to many review copies, so we’ll see how the other months work out 🙂

  3. Lianne @ eclectictales.com

    I had no idea that Anthony Marra was coming out with a new book until someone mentioned it earlier this week on Top Ten Tuesdays so yeah, I’m definitely looking forward to that book 🙂 I really loved his first novel, A Constellation of Vital Phenomena.

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