SPRING SHELVES: Spring 2019 Anticipated Releases

Seasonal anticipated book releases posts are among my favorite blog posts to read and write. I’m especially excited about all the amazing books coming out this March through May 2019. While I have some historical fiction and fantasy mixed among my anticipated reads, there are seriously some MANY contemporary releases I cannot wait to get my hands on.

Since I’ve covered most of the books below in my most anticipated 2019 releases posts (ALL THE BOOKS PLEASE: Most Anticipated 2019 Non-Contemporary Releases & CONTEMPORARY ME: 19 Most Anticipated 2019 Contemporary Releases), I’ll be shortly covering why I’m excited for said book. I’ve also dedicated a section to spring releases I will be reviewing here soon.

Anticipated Spring Releases

Field Notes on Love by Jennifer E. Smith (March 5) I am more than ready to have a new Jennifer E. Smith book in my life.

Cold Day in the Sun by Sara Biren (March 12) I haven’t read a YA book featuring hockey since Sarah Ockler’s Bittersweet. I’m looking forward to reading this book featuring a hockey-playing female protagonist.

Night Music by Jenn Marie Thorne (March 19) I’ve seen much love for Jenn Marie Thorne’s The Wrong Side of Right (it’s on my TBR), so I’m also excited to check out her new book.

Girls With Sharp Sticks by Suzanne Young (March 19) Another book that I’ve seen amazing early reviews for, another book cover I need in my life ASAP.

Dig by A.S. King (March 26)- I haven’t read an A.S. King book yet, but Dig sounds right up my alley.

You’d Be Mine by Erin Hanh (April 2)– Like everyone, I’ve been in a huge A Star is Born mood since October, and I’ve read so many great early reviews for You’d Be Mine.

In the Neighborhood of True by Susan Kaplan Carlton (April 9)– In the Neighborhood of True has received much early praise, especially for having a Jewish protagonist and story that doesn’t revolve around World War II.

All for One (Alex and Eliza #3) by Melissa de la Cruz (April 16) – I am absolute trash for this Hamilton-inspired series.

If I’m Being Honest by Emily Wibberly & Austin Siegemund-Broka (April 23) Always Never Yours stole my and the YA community’s heart last year, so I cannot wait for a new book from this adorable writing duo.

Somewhere Only We Know by Maurene Goo (May 7)– Maurene Goo’s The Way You Make Me Feel was hands-down one of my favorite 2018 reads. This is my most anticipated May release!

Her Royal Highness (Royals #2) by Rachel Hawkins (May 7)Royals/Prince Charming is still on my TBR, but I see myself binge-reading it and Her Royal Highness.

Again, but Better by Christine Riccio (May 7) A college YA written by one of my favorite Booktubers? Yes please!

There’s Something About Sweetie by Sandhya Menon (May 14) Sandhya Menon’s book are just so much fun that I am more than ready to meet Sweetie and reunite with Ashish from When Dimple Met Rishi.

Red, White & Royal Blue by Casey McQuiston (May 14)– This political (and royal!) rom com sounds so freaking good!

Testimony from Your Perfect Girl by Kaui Hart Hemmins (May 14) This reader loves family dramas.

I Love You So Mochi by Sarah Kuhn (May 28) Fashion is one of my favorite things to read about in YA, let alone a book about a fashion-loving protagonist in Japan.

More Anticipated Releases Coming to a Fangirl Fury Near You:

Lovely War by Julie Berry (Release Date: March 5)

Within These Lines by Stephanie Morrill (March 5)

Small Town Hearts by Lillie Vale (March 19)

Never Contented Things by Sarah Porter (March 19)

The Dating Game by Kiley Roache (March 26)

The Girl He Used to Know by (April 2)

Serious Moonlight by Jenn Bennett (April 16)



What spring releases are you most looking forward to? Share in the comments!



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