Futuristic Friday: Find Your New Reads {Oct-Dec 2021}

October 8, 2021 Uncategorized 8

Well, I’ve been completely swamped with work the past few weeks, but I’m excited to get back into things, starting by looking at some new books coming out in the next few months! Tamara of Traveling with T and I have both found new releases we can’t wait to read. We’ve got fiction and nonfiction from lots of genres, so there should be something for everyone 🙂

Tamara’s October Picks

The Wicked WidowThe Holiday Swap, Last Girl Ghosted, Christmas in Peachtree Bluff

Katie’s October Picks

The Heartbreak BakeryThe Loneliest AmericansLaserWriter II,  The Pain Gap, The Genome DefenseBeing SeenWithin These Wicked Walls, Aristotle and Dante Dive into the Waters of the World

Tamara’s November Picks

Everything We Didn’t SayThe Way We Weren’tThe Attic on Queen Street

Katie’s November Picks

Taste MakersThe Last WinterThe Hidden Case of Ewan ForbesA Marvellous LightThe 1619 Project, Hello, TranscriberThe Postmistress of ParisThe Churchill Sisters

Tamara’s December Picks

My Darling HusbandThe Replacement Wife

Katie’s December Picks

Profit and PunishmentWomen vs HollywoodCoco at the RitzOut of Office

What books are you looking forward to in the next few months? Are any of our picks on your list?

8 Responses to “Futuristic Friday: Find Your New Reads {Oct-Dec 2021}”

  1. booker talk

    The book about the women who revolutionised food in America sounds interesting. I’m trying hard to resist temptation having gone a bit mad with purchases lately

    • DoingDewey

      Hopefully I’ll really get to a lot of them! I have to admit that I’m much better at making to-read lists than following them 🙂

  2. Liz Dexter

    The pain one looks interesting. No intersection with what I’ve got coming up, I’m very much looking forward to reading Jan Morris’ final book of essays, “Allegorizings”, which is out in November – I have a review copy.

    • DoingDewey

      I’ve only read one of Jan Morris’ collections and I didn’t love it, so I’d definitely be interested in getting your perspective on her work. I felt like it might work better for others than it did for me.

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