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Blogmas Day Twenty Two: Most Anticipated 2018 Releases

Happy Blogmas Day Twenty Two Everyone :)

Blogmas is starting to wind down, Christmas will be here in no time, and honestly, it's going to be 2018 before we know it.

I know lots of other Bloggers and Booktubers are starting their 2017 reading wrap ups, but I personally like to wait with them until January. As you never know if you might end up reading a book in the last few days of December that you end up wishing you'd included in those wrap ups. :)

However, one thing I really wanted to talk about during Blogmas is the books I'm most excited for that are releasing in 2018.

I have a feeling that 2018 is going to be another year that I'm going to be having to restrain myself in a bookstore, as there's so many amazing titles releasing it's crazy.

These are the ones I'm most excited for however:

Say You'll Remember Me by Katie McGarry:

Katie McGarry remains one of my all time favorite authors, and when she'd first started hinting about writing this book, I was already intrigued. It's supposed to be kind of a love story that's about two people from opposite sides of the track, and fighting against the barriers society places against them. As well, I know it's about a juvenile correction facility, and I'm really looking forward to seeing how Katie tackles this particular topic and setting.

Dead Drift by Dani Pettrey:

Dani Pettrey is another one of my all time favorites, and her and Colleen Coble are my favorite suspense authors. While I haven't enjoyed Chesapeake Valor quite as much as I did Alaskan Courage, I'm still really liking it, and after the third book ended in such a huge cliffhanger, I'm definitely wanting to read the fourth book ASAP!

Falling For You by Becky Wade:

Anyone who's been reading my blog for awhile knows just how obsessed I am with Becky Wade's amazing novels. I absolutely adore her writing, and I can't wait for her 2018 release. Although, sometime before it does release I need to actually read the first book in this series. I own it, but I haven't managed to get around to reading it yet.

Restore Me by Tahereh Mafi:

I freaked out when I heard that Tahereh Mafi was planning to write another Shatter Me novel. This series meant so much to me when I read it for the first time, and I can't wait to be back in this amazing world she created, and to read more about the vibrant characters found within. And can I just say how amazing this cover is?? It's so perfect.

Save The Date by Morgan Matson:

It always feels like such a loooong wait between Morgan Matson's book releases, and this one is definitely no exception. Morgan is one of the authors on my "I'd read her grocery list if she published it" list, and this upcoming contemporary by her that focuses on a wedding, siblings, and a budding romance sounds like something that was written specifically for me, and I have no idea how I'm going to wait for June to read this.

Listen to your Heart by Kasie West:

Kasie West is one of the other authors on my "I'd read her grocery list if she published it" list, and I have yet to read a book by her that I didn't like. I haven't even read the synopsis of this one, and it's already one of my most anticipated releases for 2018.

Royals by Rachel Hawkins: 

I've really enjoyed the other novels I've read by Rachel Hawkins, and I'm pretty fascinated by this new one about a normal teenage girl who's older sister is engaged to the Crown Prince of Scotland and who ends up having the prince's younger brother be appointed to teach her about the royal lifestyle. It sounds adorable and hysterical, and has contemporary loving me super excited about its release.

The Case for Jamie by Brittany Cavallaro:

I'm so looking forward to seeing how Brittany Cavallaro chooses to end the Charlotte Holmes trilogy, and since I read the second book so long ago, it seems I've already been waiting for this one for literally forever.

Truly Devious by Maureen Johnson:

I wasn't a huge fan of the few Maureen Johnson books I've read in the past, but I'm really intrigued by her upcoming mystery release. I love the idea of a dual timeline and the mystery sounding both time periods, and after watching the amazing book trailer for this one, it's definitely been added to my 2018 TBR list.

Not If I Save You First by Ally Carter:

I've loved pretty much ever Ally Carter book I've ever read before, and I'm interested to see how she's going to tackle a more suspensish type of novel. It sounds a tad on the creepy side, but I'm still expecting to really like this one.

August and Everything After by Jennifer Salvato Doktorski:

I loved The Summer After You and Me by this author, and I'm really looking forward to another contemporary release by her that's set on the Jersey Shore. 

And as you can see guys, it's mainly contemporary releases I'm anticipating for 2018, but I still fully expect to be reading from many other genres as well!

I thank you all so much for reading, and I'll see you all tomorrow for Blogmas Day 23!!

This is not a sponsored post. All thoughts and opinions are my own. The tree photo was taken by me, and belongs to me. All other photos do not belong to me, and all rights to the respective owners. 


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