Here are 12 Anticipated Reads for July 2019

I honestly can’t believe it is almost July, where has the time gone?! And I thought that July was a light publishing month based on my pre-orders but HAHAHA joke’s on me and my wallet. Thankfully I was able to request a couple for my local library, and I genuinely hope I find time to read all of these books in this lifetime.

Please excuse me while I wallow under the crushing weight of my TBR because at this point I will never be able to read everything and that is so sad!

๐Ÿ“ In case you are wondering how I manage to keep track of upcoming releases and choose the books I am most excited to highlight, check out my Edelweiss 2.0 Guide!

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Here are 8 Anticipated Reads for June 2019

Can we talk for a moment about the fact that it is almost June and the year is nearing its halfway point? Where is time going? And more importantly can I use this to my advantage to travel to 2020 for some much needed sequels? Yes I am still thinking about certain cliffhanger endings and I need answers yesterday.

June is the month that lots of mysteries tend to be published, which is good because I am in the mood for some sleuthing ๐Ÿ•ต๐Ÿป, but have no fear because we still have some solid science fiction and fantasy releases hitting the shelves as well! Prepare your wallets for this month’s list of books I need to get my hands on.

๐Ÿ“ In case you are wondering how I manage to keep track of upcoming releases and choose the books I am most excited to highlight, check out my Edelweiss 2.0 Guide!

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Interview with Novel19 Debut Author Liz Kerin of The Phantom Forest, available 7/16/19!

Welcome friends to my third author interview as a part of my Novel19 Class! This year I wanted to do something to help boost new author voices and stories, and this is a project that I am really excited about! For more information about my Novel19 Class and the other five books that Iโ€™ve chosen, please check out my announcement post.

“If youโ€™re into epic journeys across fantastical lands, enemies-to-friends-to-something-more, and strong sibling relationships, this is a story for you! If Iโ€™m being honest, I wrote this for myself. I created a world I knew I would want to immerse myself in.”

Today I am so excited to have Liz Kerin on the blog to talk about her debut fantasy novel The Phantom Forest, which will be published by Inkshares on July 16, 2019! Keep reading to learn about how The Phantom Forest began as a 12-year old’s short story, Liz’s path to publication, and about our combined love of the Buffyverse.

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Here are 11 Anticipated Sci-Fi & Fantasy Reads for May 2019

Greetings from my hiatus, friends! You may have noticed that my posting frequency this week is up and I have done a little blog hopping – YAY! – but I am not 100% sure that I am back from my hiatus yet. I’ve just had a few decent days, which is cause for a celebration. I expect to be really back full-time come the beginning of May. ๐Ÿ˜๐ŸŒบ

Spring has officially spring and it’s that time of the month that I make your TBRs quake with fear and grow exponentially, friends! April had so many amazing releases, and May is definitely continuing that trend for us readers. Grab onto your wallets friends, here are 11 Anticipated Releases for May 2019!

๐Ÿ“ In case you are wondering how I manage to keep track of upcoming releases and choose the books I am most excited to highlight, check out my Edelweiss 2.0 Guide!

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Interview with Novel19 Debut Author Claire Eliza Bartlett of We Rule the Night, available now!

Welcome friends to my second author interview as a part of my Novel19 Class! This year I wanted to do something to help boost new author voices and stories, and this is a project that I am really excited about! For more information about my Novel19 Class and the other five books that Iโ€™ve chosen, please check out my announcement post.

Today I am really excited to have Claire Eliza Bartlett on the blog, whose debut fantasy novel We Rule the Night was be published on April 2, 2019! I’m really excited to share our conversation about how going to a metal concert was her introduction to the Night Witches, her path to publishing, and how people like me can live their dreams of living abroad.

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