Sunday, 7 June 2015

Upcoming Releases To Watch

So this week my book was released! You can buy the paperback here, the ebook here, or check it out further on goodreads here.

But this momentous occasion has not delayed my weekly post! And so today I will be discussing books that are coming out in the following months that will definitely make their way into my shopping cart.

The Boy Most Likely To by Huntley Fitzpatrick — August 18
If you've been hanging around my blog over the past year or so, you'd know that last year, I fell in love with My Life Next Door by Huntley Fitzpatrick. And so naturally, when I found out she was writing a spin-off contemporary about some of the characters from MLND, I freaked out. I'm so, so, so excited for this book. Check it out on goodreads here.

Queen Of Shadows by Sarah J Maas — September 1
I lovelovelovelovelove Throne Of Glass. It's probably my favourite series, and my tumblr is a testament to that. This is the forth book in the series and I want it, like, yesterday. You can bet that as soon as this book drops, I will have bought it. I would highly recommend this series. It's a fantasy story following a female assassin (who is AMAZING) and so you should all go check out the Throne Of Glass series now.

Anne And Henry by Dawn Ius — September 1
I found this book on goodreads and I automatically knew it was written for me. I am a huge history geek, and I spent a long time looking at the Tudors and that sort of time period. So when I read that this book was a retelling of Anne Boleyn and Henry VIII, I clicked the to-read button. In this book, it appears Henry is the good-boy, and Anne is the bad-girl he falls in love with. I'm really hoping this book isn't too cheesy, or that Anne isn't a "manic-pixie-dream-girl" type. I have such high expectations, and I really hope this book lives up to them. Check it out on goodreads here.

Lock And Mori by Heather W. Petty — September 15
We all know how much of a Sherlock nerd I am. So of course I'm looking forward to a modern retelling where Moriarty is a teenage girl and Sherlock is a teenage boy. I'm looking forward to the rivalry to solve a murder, like the goodreads description says. I'm looking forward to the Lock/Mori ship (platonic or otherwise). It seems just like the type of thing I'll love and so I will definitely be buying it as soon as it comes out. Check it out on goodreads here.

Tonight The Streets Are Ours by Leila Sales — September 15
To be perfectly honest, I hit the to-read button because of the cover. Despite the age-old saying "don't judge a book by it's cover" everyone does. Despite this, the book seems like something I'll love, anyways. It sounds a bit like Amy And Roger-cross-Just One Day, and we all know I have a soft spot for road trips and New York City. It's a contemporary, and if for no other reason, I'd recommend it just for the cover. Check it out on goodreads here (no seriously, look at that cover. dayummm).

Carry On by Rainbow Rowell — October 6
For those who don't know, Rainbow Rowell wrote Fangirl, that book everyone talks about. I didn't love Fangirl as much as everyone else appeared to, but when I found out Rainbow was writing and releasing Cath's fanfiction which she writes throughout the plotline of Fangirl, I got very excited. I have no idea what's in store from this book, but I'm super excited to read it. You can check out Fangirl here and Carry On here.

The Revolution Of Ivy by Amy Engel — November 3
This is the sequel to The Book Of Ivy, which I read earlier this year in January. I loved TBOI and it left me on such a cliffhanger, so I'm super excited to pick up where I left off! TBOI is about a futuristic society where one girl is forced to marry her enemy's son... and now she's caught in the middle of something huge. From what I believe this is a duology, and so this book is the last in the series. You can check out the series here, and my review for TBOI here.

The Trouble With Destiny by Lauren Morrill — December 1
I to-readed this book on a bit of an impulse. It looks to me like a Titanic-musical-sort-of-thingy, and the cover is beautiful so I will probably end up buying it. Also, it's a contemporary and we all know how I adore my contemporaries. I'm not sure whether I will love this or not, but I'm looking forward to giving it a go. Check it out here.

The Raven King by Maggie Stiefvater — February 23
I love the Raven Cycle series, and so unsurprisingly, I'm super excited for the final book in the quartet. The series is sort of an urban-fantasy, sort of a mystery, sort of a combination of lots of genres. I literally cannot even describe it, the series is so good. I'm super duper excited for this book! I know February 2016 is ages away (it doesn't even have a cover yet!), but I couldn't resist putting it on the list... and I'm optimistic that the release will be shoved forward... well, not really, but I'm really hoping it does! Check out the series here.

So those are my most anticipated releases for the next few months, and I'm so so so excited for them. I hope you guys have found some new books to look forward to! What books are you stoked about that are being released soon? Let me know in the comments below, to my Twitter (@lilypherondale) or to my tumblr.

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Have a lovely week, and I'll see you soon with another post!
Lily xoxo

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