Today’s Topic: Books On My Fall 2018 TBR
Hosted by: That Artsy Reader Girl
Well, as is already well established, my TBR pile, existing and future, will already require a couple of lifetimes to complete. But hey, why let a little detail like that stop me when there are new releases to drool over. Here are a few I am adding to my TBR library this fall.
An Act of Villainy -I’m still one book behind, but I’m so excited about the latest release in the historical mystery series.
All Made Up -I’m thrilled about the fourth contemporary romance from New Zealand native Kara Isaac! I’m also hoping to catch up with some old favorites from her previous books.
Rose in Three-Quarter Time -I fell in love with Vienna thanks to author Rachel McMillan’s earlier novella. That romance continues in the second. I actually just finished it and Spoiler Alert! I loved it!
On Magnolia Lane -I never miss a book by Denise Hunter. And that gorgeous cover is bound to be a reflection of the equally gorgeous story inside, based on my past experience.
The Liberty Bride -I’m enjoying this multi-author historical fiction series Daughters of the Mayflower. Plus, I’ve been a long time fan of author Marylu Tyndall’s sea-based stories.
Royally in Trouble -Jenny B Jones is one of my must read authors. I adore the humor in what are often deeply thoughtful stories. There’s still no release date yet, but I’m looking forward to the continuation of her cozy mystery series.
Lies We Tell Ourselves -I always look forward to any new releases from contemporary author Amy Matayo. I’ve been a fan since her indie debut. Her latest looks to be emotional and introspective. I’m gonna go on a limb and say I will probably end up crying over it.
Searching For You -Jody Hedlund always writes profound stories based on lesser known stories in history. In this series she tackles orphan trains and the involvement of three sisters. I’m always up for a good sister book especially when it is historical fiction.
Hunting for Silence -I’m obsessed with this series and with Lilly Linton and her boss Rikkard Ambrose. I even joined Radish so that I could read the books that aren’t yet available on Amazon. In the last novel, the two finally admitted their feelings, so I’m curious to see where the story takes them next.
Marilla of Green Gables -This is the book I have been waiting for without knowing it! Who isn’t curious about the earlier people and events that made Marilla Cuthbert who she was in the Anne series?
What are some of your most anticipated TBR new releases?