#FuturisticFriday – Exciting New Releases April – June 2018

April 6, 2018 Uncategorized 11

It’s that time again – time to share the upcoming books Tamara of Travelling with T and I are most excited for in the next quarter. For me, at least, that’s always a tough choice. There are just so many great books coming out! Lately, I’ve been on even more of a nonfiction kick then usual and I’ve been enjoying thrillers less, so I’m particularly excited to share Tamara’s great recommendations in other genres with you to balance things out. I’m hopeful we have something to suggest for everyone today 🙂

Tamara at Traveling with T’s April Picks

The Husband HourThen She Was GoneAll the Beautiful Lies Wedding Cake CrumbleThe Secret to Southern Charm After AnnaHurricane Season

Katie at Doing Dewey’s April Picks

Head On, Can’t Help Myself, The Recovering, Heads of the Colored People, Dread Nation, The Displaced, The Truth About AnimalsMacbeth

Tamara at Traveling with T’s May Picks

Carousel Beach, The Favorite Sister, The Optimist’s Guide to Letting Go, The Endless Beach, Best Beach Ever, Lowcountry Bookshop, Beach House Reunion, The High Tide Club, Every Single Secret

Katie at Doing Dewey’s May Picks

The Perfectionists, Proust’s Duchess, Never Lost Again, Energy, What Should be Wild, Mother of Invention, All the Ever Afters, The Road to Dawn

Tamara at Traveling with T’s June Picks

When Life Gives You Lululemons, Rainy Day Friends, Bring Me Back, All We Ever Wanted, The Perfect Couple, Dreams of Falling

Katie at Doing Dewey’s June Picks

A People’s History of the Vampire Uprising, Those Other Women, The Bone and Sinew of the Land, Tell the Machine Goodnight, When Katie Met CassidyThe Good Mothers, A Thousand Beginning and Endings, Red Card, Unthinkable

Are you looking forward to any of our picks? What books that you’re excited about did we miss?

11 Responses to “#FuturisticFriday – Exciting New Releases April – June 2018”

  1. whatsnonfiction

    I’ve been seeing a ton of buzz about The Recovering, it’s sounding great. I hadn’t heard of The Good Mothers, that also sounds like a good one. Proust’s Duchess seems potentially interesting but looks like it clocks in at more than 700 pages so I’m not sure I would commit to it at that length, but I’m curious about it. Actually all of your nonfiction picks are intriguing, love seeing these!

    • DoingDewey

      I’m actually just starting The Recovering today so I’m glad to hear it’s been getting good reviews. I have to admit that I didn’t check the length of any of my picks – one of the downsides to picking out books online and definitely something that’s surprised me before! I must start remembering to check that 🙂

      • whatsnonfiction

        Normally I don’t pay any attention to length either, maybe the high page count just happened to stand out to me on that one! I can’t wait to hear your thoughts on The Recovering, I’m debating reading it myself so looking forward to your take on it.

  2. Kim@Time2Read

    Oh no! These ALL look good, and I’m not sure my TBR can handle it! LOL! I’ve enjoyed everything I’ve read by Peter Swanson, some more than others, so I’ll add his book to my list for sure. I’ve already got the Karen White book on my ereader; I just need to make time for it!

    • DoingDewey

      Haha, I know! Going through all the new releases coming out in the next few months to come up with my picks was very bad for my TBR.

      I’ve not actually read anything by Peter Swanson, but I was intrigued after seeing that his latest was one of Tamara’s picks.

  3. Angela

    I love this time of year because all the pretty spring and summer covers are coming out! I have a lot of these on my TBR – The Husband Hour, All the Ever Afters – and I’ve already pre-ordered Emily Giffin’s new book.

    • DoingDewey

      I really like that too! I noticed that a lot of my covers were still kind of dark, so I enjoyed seeing Tamara’s more colorful picks 🙂

    • DoingDewey

      I think so too. In fact, I considered it for my list, but had an easier time eliminating it from consideration because I suspected it would be one of Tamara’s picks!

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