Hello, all! I figured I’d keep it all together by spotlighting the books I’m most excited for that are releasing (or already released since yesterday was Tuesday) for this month!
Waiting on Wednesday is a weekly blog meme hosted by Breaking the Spine. It’s really simple: Just talk about the books you’re excited for! It doesn’t have to come out next week or even next month!
So here’s mine:
Released on March 6 (yesterday):
Children and Blood and Bone is so hyped, it’s wild! The reviews coming in for it are stunning and tell us we won’t be disappointed! As for Restore Me, I’m ready to read more about strong, formidable Juliette! I read the sampler from Barnes and Noble, and gosh, HELLO. I’M HERE FOR THIS. These two authors will also be at the Teen Book Con is near Houston, TX on March 24.
Releasing on March 13:
I’ve listened to this series on audiobook and it’s absolutely wonderful! I want to wait until the audiobook releases, so I can finish the series, but the two authors are coming to a bookstore near me (3.5 hours away, technically), so I don’t know if I can wait! lol Regardless, this series is such a wild ride, and I can’t wait to see where Kaufman and Kristoff will take us in this final book.
You can check out their American book tour here!
Releasing on March 20:
This book has been on my radar ever since I learned the main character, Leigh, is half- white and half-Asian. A few months later, I received a signed ARC in the mail and I pretty much screamed for joy. (Husband didn’t understand my excitement, lol.) Now I’m actually reading the ARC, and I can relate so much to it, I want to cry. If you pre-order this, there’s still time to submit your receipt here. And gosh, those items Emily put together herself are gorgeous! You don’t want to miss out, I swear!
Emily will also be at the North Texas Teen Book Festival in April in Irving, TX. I plan to attend and get my finished copy signed! 🙂
Releasing March 27:
Lost Crow Conspiracy is book 2 in the Blood Rose Rebellion duology. There’s still time to preorder and submit your receipt here for a chance to win some goodies! I enjoyed the first book, loved the historical fiction, and am interested to see how the story will end.
Emergency Contact is a YA novel set in college. We don’t see many of those, but besides that, the author is Korean as are the characters, so of course I’m excited for the book. The author will also be at the North Texas Teen Book Festival!
I know there are a ton more books coming out in March, but these are the ones I’m most excited about! Do we share any similar ones? Don’t forget to leave your WoW post in the comments, so I can check it out! 🙂