As much as I want to clear most of the unread books on my shelf, there are releases this year that interests me. Considering the amount of books I still have not read, I shall not be ambitious and select only 5 books that I’m most interested in.
Getting Hot With The Scot
This is the first book of the Sometimes In Love series by Melonie Johnson. I was intrigued by the cover and since romance novels are my greatest interest, I definitely went in deeper to find out more about this new series. After reading the synopsis and reviews, I’m even more excited to read this book.
Again, but Better
I was first attracted to the cover when I came across this book by Christine Riccio followed by the synopsis. Doing college all wrong? I can relate to that. My schooling life, I don’t even want to talk about it at all but I’m excited to see in this novel, how it is made right by going aboard for a semester.
On The Come Up
Covers are always what draws me to find out more about a book. After reading the synopsis of this book by Angie Thomas, I’m intrigued. It’s different from my usual reads, about school or love. It’s about pursuing dreams and having to make this dream come true. Since I’m still struggling to make my dreams a success, I believe this story can inspire me.
Maybe This Time
I really enjoyed the first book I read by Kasie West, The Filled In Boyfriend, so I’m excited to read more books by her. She has two new releases this year but Maybe This Time interests me more. It is my ultimate favourite romance genre but the setting is different from my usual reads.
When I was looking for a poetry or verse novel for my 2019 reads, I came across Toffee by Sarah Crossan and immediately decided to include it for that to-read list. I really liked the first book I read, The Weight of Water, and decided to try another of her verse novels.
So these are the books I want to read that’s released this year. Not sure when I’ll get into reading these books though because not only do I want to clear those on my shelf first but there may be other titles that I’ve not come across which will spark my interest.
Hopefully by the end of this year, I’ll have read at least one or two books on this list.