28 New Books Hitting the Shelves in June 2021 | Anticipated Reads

It’s the most wonderful time of the month ๐ŸŽถ! That’s right, May is already basically over and this Tuesday ushers in a new month of releases you’ll be itching to add to your TBRs. And this month is a doozy with 28 books I want to highlight, many of which coming out on June 1 and many with amazing pre-order incentives that you still have time for.

You know how last month I said that May was the largest Anticipated Reads post? Well that title didn’t last long as it pales in comparison to June’s monster of a post. I swear the publishing gods keep raining down book-shaped blessings, and I’m not mad about it. Related: how do I remove the need to sleep so I can get in more reading time?

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26 New Books Hitting the Shelves in May 2021 | Anticipated Reads

A new month means a new list of upcoming releases to crush all of your TBRs. Honestly it’s my favorite time of the month because we all get to share in the collective excitement of new releases… because what is the bookish existence other than crying about all the books we won’t have the time to read?

May is full of so many book releases and this list is packed to the brim – this is the largest Anticipated Reads on Reader Voracious yet! I dare you to reach the end of this post without adding at least one book to your TBRs. (RIP to my bank account on May 4, why are there so many books coming out on this day?!)


Think of the Reader Voracious Anticipated Reads as a list of noteworthy books coming up for publication. These posts focus on books from my preferred genres (fantasy, science fiction, mystery/thriller in YA & adult) but are by no means a representation of everything being published. There’s no way I will be able to get to all of these books personally, but I think my readers would be interested in them so I want to share and boost.

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18 New Books Hitting the Shelves in April 2021 | Anticipated Reads

I can’t believe that it’s already April, but you know what that means… it’s time for a new list of Anticipated Reads to crush your TBRs! It’s genuinely my favorite time of the month (but my bank account’s least favorite for sure). Is this the time of the year people like to read thrillers? Because there sure seem to be a lot coming out this month…


Think of the Reader Voracious Anticipated Reads as a list of noteworthy books coming up for publication. These posts focus on books from my preferred genres (fantasy, science fiction, mystery/thriller in YA & adult) but are by no means a representation of everything being published. There’s no way I will be able to get to all of these books personally, but I think my readers would be interested in them so I want to share and boost.

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22 Exciting Books Hitting the Shelves in March 2021 | Anticipated Reads

It’s the most wonderful time of the month… when I get to shower your TBRs with all sorts of exciting new releases! I will not be accepting any hate mail at this time for your never-ending TBRs. Sorry to be the bearer of Publishing News if you were hoping for a break to catch up on reading, but this month I’ve got 22 new releases to highlight!


Think of the Reader Voracious Anticipated Reads as a list of noteworthy books coming up for publication. These posts focus on books from my preferred genres (fantasy, science fiction, mystery/thriller in YA & adult) but are by no means a representation of everything being published. Thereโ€™s no way I will be able to get to all of these books personally, but I think my readers would be interested in them so I want to share and boost.

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20 Exciting Books Hitting the Shelves in February 2021 | Anticipated Reads

New month, new list of Anticipated Reads! It’s my goal in life to personally destroy your TBRs and 2021 continues to bring amazing new releases that I need to find time to read. (Can I read while sleeping?) Today I’m bringing 21 February releases to your radar.


Think of the Reader Voracious Anticipated Reads as a list of noteworthy books coming up for publication. These posts focus on books from my preferred genres (fantasy, science fiction, mystery/thriller in YA & adult) but are by no means a representation of everything being published. Thereโ€™s no way I will be able to get to all of these books personally, but I think my readers would be interested in them so I want to share and boost.

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