Fall 2022 Anticipated Releases

It’s time to share my most anticipated releases for September, October, & November. As always, new books not mentioned on this list will of course end up in my to-be-read pile, but here’s the list of upcoming books currently on my TBR. 

Killers of a Certain Age by Deanna Raybourn – Killers of a Certain Age, following four recently retired hired assassins who start to figure out that someone is after them on their retirement cruise, has gotten so much early praise. I’ve heard this is one is also a comedy, similar to the style of Finlay Donovan is Killing It. Release Date: September 6

Drunk on Love by Jasmine Guillory – I was fortunate enough to join a blog tour (my review will be coming soon) for Jasmine Guillory’s upcoming, Drunk on Love, a standalone romance set a Napa Valley winery. If you’re a fan of Jasmine Guillory’s previous work, then this is a must-read for sure. RD: September 20

Endless Summer: Stories by Elin Hilderbrand – I’m not the biggest short story fan…but I am a HUGE Elin Hilderbrand fan! If her name is on a book, I’m already there. This collection contains short stories connected to some of her books and I’m just so looking forward to getting more from her this fall, instead of having to wait until summer. RD: October 4

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2022 Most Anticipated Releases: YA Edition

As I’ve been writing & researching for my 2022 most anticipated releases, I have been really enjoying scouring Goodreads, Instagram, and book blogs to gain some insight on the Young Adult books coming out in 2022. Although contemporary romance has become my favorite genre over the years – I shared my most anticipated 2022 contemporary romance & adult fiction releases on Monday-, I am still often in the mood for a good YA contemporary (or royal-inspired read or historical fiction or fantasy). SO many of my favorite YA authors are coming out with new books in 2022! 

When You Get the Chance by Emma Lord | RD: January 4

I have basically been anticipating Emma Lord’s 2022 YA release, When You Get the Chance, since it was announced – I’m SO excited for this Mamma Mia meets Broadway inspired read!

I Must Betray You by Ruta Sepetys | RD:February 1st

I am a huge fan of Ruta Sepetys’ YA historical fiction books, as they are always so well-written and extremely well-researched and often center around a neglected or forgotten about part of history. I Must Betray You is set in 1989 Romania, following a teen who is forced by the secret police to provide the dictatorship with information about everyone & everything he knows and loves.  

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