It’s that time again! As always, in the next quarter there are a ton of great books to look forward too. To help you find the best ones, Tamara at Traveling With T and I have gone through and picked out some of the ones we think look the most promising. Here they are!
Tamara at Traveling With T’s October Picks
Crepe Factor, Christmas in Paris, Just Fine With Caroline, Winter Storms, A Lowcountry Chrismas, Out of Practice, and The Flower Arrangement
Katie at Doing Dewey’s October Picks
Crossing the Horizon, The Best American Science and Nature Writing, City of Dreams, The Other Einstein, Not Just Jane, Hag-Seed, The Lion in the Living Room, and Fractured
Tamara at Traveling With T’s November Picks
Miracle on 5th Avenue, Inherit the Bones, Turbo Twenty-Three, Better Late Than Never , The Sleeping Beauty Killer, and When All the Girls Have Gone.
Katie at Doing Dewey’s November Picks
A Warrior of the People, A Wretched and Precarious Situation, The Daily Show: An Oral History, Scrappy Little Nobody, Victoria, and And Every Morning the Way Home Gets Longer and Longer.
Tamara at Traveling With T’s December Picks
The Secrets of Worry Dolls, All the Breaking Waves, Love Alice, The Marriage Lie, Stalked
Katie at Doing Dewey’s December Picks
Everything Love Is, The Innkeeper of Ivy Hill, The Glass Universe, George Lucas: A Life, and Books for Living
What books are you most looking forward to in the next few months? Are any of our picks on your list?
Lory @ Emerald City Book Review
I had hardly heard of any of these. I depend on you guys for my book news!
Exceptions are The Other Einstein, Not Just Jane, and Hag-Seed, which were on my radar already. Everything Love Is and Books for Living also look really good.
Glad we can help! Before Tamara asked me to write these posts with her, I often didn’t hear about new books until after they were published. Writing these posts has been really nice for finding out about more books in advance!
Lots of good looking books on there!
I’m glad you think so! There are always so many exciting books coming out, I have a hard time narrowing it down!
you’re all going to be busy over the next few months it seems with this little lot. The only one I’ve heard of is the Attwood
It’s true! I’m sure I won’t get to all of my picks, but I’ll try my best 🙂
Jenny @ Reading the End
So, so many amazing books coming out this fall/winter. Wesley Lowery’s book about the Black Lives Matter movement is one that I super can’t wait for, in November. Actually, until I got y’all’s lists, I don’t think I knew much of anything coming out in December — that’s just great. Adding more books to the list. :p
It’s true! I had a hard time narrowing my list down. I felt like December was a little light on new books and I think that’s true most years. I’ll have to check out Lowery’s book! It sounds fascinating.
Tamara, we have the same taste in books. I already have Winter Storms and Christmas in Paris. I have on order Low Country Christmas. Kate, I loved fractured. Catherine McKenzie’s best book yet.
I’ve heard good things about it! Hopefully I’ll get a chance to pick it up next month 🙂
Victoria sounds good. I keep seeing Daisy Goodwin around the bookish blogosphere, but I haven’t fit any of her books in yet!
Thanks for keeping our tbr lists full, Katie and Tamara! 🙂
Haha, we do our best! 🙂
Thanks for including STALKED on your December picks, Tamara! I hope you love it! 🙂
I want to read almost all of your October picks! Its the first I’ve heard of the Amy Stewart book. I hope you get to them all, so I can hear all about them!
I hope I do too! I’m behind on requesting review copies, so perhaps I’ll just put them all on hold at the library now 🙂