3rd Quarter Anticipated Releases | 2020

Hi friends! These are eight July-September release that I am SO excited for!

As always, if you want to know more about any of these, their Goodreads pages will be linked.

Faith: Taking Flight by Julie Murphy
Release date: July 7
A book about a plus size superhero?? Written by one of my favorite authors?? SIGN ME UP!!

Burn Our Bodies Down by Rory Power
Release date: July 7
This is a YA thriller from the author of Wilder Girls. I was lucky enough to read an ARC and I LOVED it. I can’t wait to have a finished copy on my shelves. Read my full review here.

Ghost Wood Song by Erica Waters
Release date: July 14
I just recently came across this book by watching Lacey’s anticipated reads video. It follows a girl who can call ghosts from the grave by playing a fiddle. It sounds SUPER eerie.

Midnight Sun by Stephenie Meyer
Release date: August 4
I am BEYOND ready to get my hands on this book. I haven’t decided if I am going to physically read it or listen to the audio, but either way…I am so excited for a new Twilight book!!!

Fable by Adrienne Young
Release date: September 1
Can we just talk about how stunning this cover is?? I really enjoy Adrienne Young’s writing so I have high hopes for her first book in a new duology!

Who I Was With Her by Nita Tyndall
Release date: September 15
I’ve have my eye on this book for a while! It sounds super emotional which is my favorite type of YA contemporary! It follows Corinne who is in love with Maggie, but she isn’t ready for everyone to know that she is bisexual. When Maggie suddenly dies, Corinne is heartbroken and alone. The only person who she can turn to and who will understand her grief is Maggie’s ex…

Vampires Never Get Old
Release date: September 22
I’m here for ALL the vampires…thank you!

Well Played by Jen DeLuca
Release date September 22
The companion/sequel to Well Met which I absolutely adored.


What new releases are you excited for??

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