Almost all of these types of posts include me rambling about how shocked I am that it’s already [insert month here] and wow time really does fly by. But this month I’m trying to break the habit.
…. okay but seriously how is it November?!
Sorry, sorry. I had to. Time has lost all meaning this year and I’m constantly confused how it still moves forward while it feels like we’re all trapped in this endless purgatory caused by the pandemic.
On that note- its time to talk book releases! November has some great books coming out and I want to talk about my top 10!!
Just a reminder, if you want to see my most anticipated releases for every month, I have a spreadsheet where I document them! Click here to view it
This spreadsheet covers 2016-2021, and I’m constantly updating it! (But be warned- the older back you go the less extensive the sheet is because I was just getting into the book community then and didn’t know where to find information on new releases)
[Related: My Top 10 Book Releases of October 2020]Keep Reading to See my List of November 2020 Releases
I’m actually a little impressed with myself.
Okay, a lot impressed with myself.
In February, I read 16 books. This is the most books I’ve read in a month in years. Maybe my year-long reading slump is finally over?!?!?!
But enough about the numbers, let’s talk about the books. Today, I’m going to go over my favorite books I read out of those 16, and I’m going to talk about the books I’m hoping to read this March!Read More
March is here, and it’s bringing some of the biggest books of 2020!! Seriously, there are some hyped up books coming out this month. March 3rd may be Super Tuesday for U.S. politics, but I think that can also apply to the book world with the amount of books we’ll be getting on that day.
Because we have so many amazing books coming our way, let’s start diving into my top 10!
Release Date: 3/3/2020
Genre: YA Retelling (Contemporary, Anna Karenina)
Publisher: Flatiron Books
Page Count: 448
As her friends go through the normal struggles of being a teen, Anna seems to sail gracefully through life. Until she meets Alexia, a notorious playboy who is everything Anna is not. When she finds herself drawn to him, she must decide what she is willing to give up to be with him, and how well she truly knows herself.
Release Date: 3/3/2020
Series: The Last Hours #1
Genre: YA Urban Fantasy
Publisher: Margaret K. McElderry Books
Page Count: 544
I swear, the Shadowhunter Chronicles will never end. This is the start of the next Shadowhunter series, taking place in Edwardian London, and following the children of Will and Tessa Herondale- James and Lucie- as well as Cordelia Carstairs, whose name may sound familiar if you’ve read the The Dark Artifices series.