Why not make it a trilogy – we’ve looked at five highly anticipated books I forgot to read and five highly anticipated books I chose not to read, so it’s only right, we look at five highly anticipated books I can’t wait to read. It’s all subjective, so while these are highly anticipated for me, they may not even be on your radar, but I hope we match up on at least one book.
#1 Deep Blue Trouble by Steph Broadribb
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Following on from the success of my bookish rambling last month about highly anticipated books I forgot to read, I decided to return to the subject – this time focusing on books that, for one reason or another, had a huge hype surrounding their release. The books listed were not necessarily highly anticipated releases for me but more for the bookish community in general – they may have had a big media promotion surrounding their release or books that were just everywhere I looked.
#1 Into the Water by Paula Hawkins
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Coming to you a few days later than usual is my September wrap up – I wanted to include all the books in my wrap up that I read last month even if I didn’t get to post all the reviews before October crept in. I read a total of 19 books last month, listened to 2 audiobooks, and DNF’d 1 book – The Betrayals by Fiona Neill.
The standout 5 star books of the month were:
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Whether you have a written wishlist, mark the date on the calendar or click that pre-order button, we all have books we desperately want to read. Not all highly anticipated books are new releases – have you ever read a review for a book you’ve never heard of before and then all of a sudden you desperately need that book in your life? And then a year or two [or five] has passed and you still haven’t read that book!
And that is the basis of today’s post: Five Highly Anticipated Books I Forgot to Read.
#1 Killer Women: Crime Club Anthology #1
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I’ve neglected bookish rambling posts of late, so I’m making an extra special effort to do more of them – starting with today’s post about online book clubs. I run my own online book club and readalong with several others, so I thought it’d be cool to share with you the book clubs I readalong with. I tend to dip in and out of most of them based on the book/s they’re reading. This post won’t be anything to complex, just a quick look at the book clubs, what books they’re reading and how you can take part. Obviously, I’m going I’m going to start with my own…
Criminally Good Book Club
Platform: Instagram – @criminallygoodbookclub (search hashtag: #cgbookclub)
Genre: Crime, mystery, thriller, suspense (books are voted on by book club members)
Moderator: Janel @keeperofpages Co-host: Ashley @b00ksinparadise
How to get involved: Follow on Instagram, readers are encouraged to use the hashtag so members can find each other and your photos may be re-posted on the book club account. Discussions are held at the end of the month on Instagram.
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