NEW RELEASE TUESDAY – OCTOBER 19, 2021

Happy “where’d all my money go?” new release Tuesday, everyone!

As you know, the most exciting day of the week in this community is the day that follows the one we all dread (Mondays for the nope) and today we’re going to highlight some of the new books chipping away at our bank accounts — but each one is so worth it.


Little Thieves by Margaret Owen is a much anticipated new series by the author of the Merciful Crow series. This standalone features “a scrappy maid must outsmart both palace nobles and Low Gods.”

That Dark Infinity by Kate Pentecost is a story about “an immortal monster hunter and a royal handmaiden embark on an epic journey to change their fates in this soul-stirring young adult fantasy novel for fans of The Witcher and The Last Unicorn.

Well Matched by Jen DeLuca brings us the match-up we’ve all been waiting for in this companion/series world of romance and ren faires.

Within These Wicked Walls by Lauren Blackwood is an Ethiopian-inspired Jane Eyre fantasy retelling and oh did you already stop listening? We understand!

No Place For Peace by Tom Dumbrell released yesterday and this self-pubbed historical fantasy is shaping up to be a great series with bumper twists. This is book two, so check out book one – The Look of a King.



Are there any titles out today you’re excited for? Let us know in the comments below! 

NEW RELEASE TUESDAY – OCTOBER 12, 2021

Happy “where’d all my money go?” new release Tuesday, everyone!

As you know, the most exciting day of the week in this community is the day that follows the one we all dread (Mondays for the nope) and today we’re going to highlight some of the new books chipping away at our bank accounts — but each one is so worth it.


Gilded Cage by Lynette Noni was out October 7, 2021, in the UK and today is out in the US/CAN.

Any Sign of Life by Rae Carson is a story about “a teenage girl [who] thinks she may be the only person left alive in her town—maybe in the whole world—she must rely on hope, trust, and her own resilience. A harrowing and pulse-pounding survival story.”

Lakesedge by Lyndall Clipstone is suggested for fans of Uprooted and promises monsters, curses and bargains. This is a UK release date.



Are there any titles out today you’re excited for? Let us know in the comments below! 

NEW RELEASE TUESDAY – OCTOBER 5, 2021

Happy “where’d all my money go?” new release Tuesday, everyone!

As you know, the most exciting day of the week in this community is the day that follows the one we all dread (Mondays for the nope) and today we’re going to highlight some of the new books chipping away at our bank accounts — but each one is so worth it.


Relative Justice by Gregory Ashe is a brand new series featuring Hazard and Somers and after the way the previous spinoff ended..? Hoo boy. This is a need!

When Night Breaks by Janella Angeles is the sequel/finale to last year’s Where Dreams Descend.

Vespertine by Margaret Rogerson is another standalone fantasy from the author known for standalone fantasies! This one deals with restless spirits.

The Gilded Cage by Lynette Noni releases this week in the UK and next week in the US. A great sequel is afoot for fans of book one.



Are there any titles out today you’re excited for? Let us know in the comments below! 

NEW RELEASE TUESDAY – SEPTEMBER 28, 2021

Happy “where’d all my money go?” new release Tuesday, everyone!

As you know, the most exciting day of the week in this community is the day that follows the one we all dread (Mondays for the nope) and today we’re going to highlight some of the new books chipping away at our bank accounts — but each one is so worth it.


The Last Graduate by Naomi Novik is the sequel to the author’s A Deadly Education. This YA fantasy serves up everything from book one and then some.

Summer Sons by Lee Mandelo is a “sweltering, queer Southern Gothic that crosses Appalachian street racing with academic intrigue, all haunted by a hungry ghost.

Dark Rise by C.S. Pacat is.. you already stopped reading, didn’t you? The first non-graphic novel offering from the author of The Captive Prince series brings us an enemies-to-lovers queer YA fantasy and yup, we need it. Want a little more? “[..] heroes and villains of a long-forgotten war are reborn and begin to draw new battle lines.

Once Upon A Broken Heart by Stephanie Garber is a off shoot series from the caraval world that can attract fans and new readers alike. This is a battle of wills between the fates and humans including kisses, apples, foxes and bows.



Are there any titles out today you’re excited for? Let us know in the comments below! 

NEW RELEASE TUESDAY – SEPTEMBER 21, 2021

Happy “where’d all my money go?” new release Tuesday, everyone!

As you know, the most exciting day of the week in this community is the day that follows the one we all dread (Mondays for the nope) and today we’re going to highlight some of the new books chipping away at our bank accounts — but each one is so worth it.


Iron Widow by Xiran Jay Zhao is probably one of the most anticipated books out today but that doesn’t mean much because this whole list is unreal. This book fuses Chinese history with mecha science and is also pitched as Pacific Rim meets The Handmaid’s Tale and, lastly, is amazing.

Under the Whispering Door by TJ Klune continues the anticipated trend with this new release which, despite the cover art, is not connected to The House in the Cerulean Sea. This offering features reapers and grief. Pack the tissues.

Into the Dying Light by Katy Rose Pool is the final instalment in the author’s The Age of Darkness series that promises shattered hearts, fallen cities, and gods on the rise. Can’t wait.

The Bronzed Beasts by Roshani Chokshi is another finale! We don’t want to know anything about this one but we imagine there’s mystery, romance, and more to come.

The Legacy by Elle Kennedy is a collection of four novellas set in the author’s Off-Campus world.



Are there any titles out today you’re excited for? Let us know in the comments below! 

NEW RELEASE TUESDAY – SEPTEMBER 14, 2021

Happy “where’d all my money go?” new release Tuesday, everyone!

As you know, the most exciting day of the week in this community is the day that follows the one we all dread (Mondays for the nope) and today we’re going to highlight some of the new books chipping away at our bank accounts — but each one is so worth it.


The Hollow Heart by Marie Rutkoski is the finale to the story started with The Midnight Lie and after that ending.. oh yeah, this is a need.

White Smoke by Tiffany D. Jackson was pitched as The Haunting of Hill House meets Get Out and, I mean, what more do you want. Also, that cover is stunning.

Empire of the Vampire by Jay Kristoff is “the first illustrated (!) volume of an astonishing new dark fantasy saga.

The Love Hypothesis by Ali Hazelwood is a fake dating romance between two scientists and is getting a lot of hype!



Are there any titles out today you’re excited for? Let us know in the comments below! 

NEW RELEASE TUESDAY – SEPTEMBER 7, 2021

Happy “where’d all my money go?” new release Tuesday, everyone!

As you know, the most exciting day of the week in this community is the day that follows the one we all dread (Mondays for the nope) and today we’re going to highlight some of the new books chipping away at our bank accounts — but each one is so worth it.


The Last Legacy by Adrienne Young is described as ‘a captivating standalone about family and blood ties, reinventing yourself, and controlling your own destiny’.

Portrait of a Scotsman is book three in Evie Dunmore’s A League of Extraordinary Women series. This one matches up Hattie, one of the suffragists, with a ruthless financier and an unexpected wedding? I peeked through my fingers at the summary so that could be wrong. Either way, we are keen!

The Hawthorne Legacy by Jennifer Lynn Barnes is the follow up to The Inheritance Games and, per the first title, might involve a lot more games before this inheritance, and this legacy, reveals all. Looking for a Knives Out-like YA mystery? Look no further!

The Charm Offensive by Alison Cochrun is a queer romance set against a Bachelor-like reality show setting that should definitely be on your radar.



Are there any titles out today you’re excited for? Let us know in the comments below! 

NEW RELEASE TUESDAY – AUGUST 31, 2021

Happy “where’d all my money go?” new release Tuesday, everyone!

As you know, the most exciting day of the week in this community is the day that follows the one we all dread (Mondays for the nope) and today we’re going to highlight some of the new books chipping away at our bank accounts — but each one is so worth it.


The Heart Principle by Helen Hoang is the h u g e l y anticipated third book in the author’s Kiss Quotient universe and, finally (finally!), features Quan in his own romance. But we don’t need to tell you that..

The Devil You Know by Kit Rocha is the second in the author duo’s apocalyptic Mercenary Librarians world.

Freckles by Ceclia Ahern is a new standalone women’s fiction about feeling the outsider and connecting the dots of what makes you, you.

The Last Library by Freya Sampson is a contemporary/women’s fiction about community and friendship over a threatened closure of the local library.



Are there any titles out today you’re excited for? Let us know in the comments below! 

NEW RELEASE TUESDAY – AUGUST 24, 2021

Happy “where’d all my money go?” new release Tuesday, everyone!

As you know, the most exciting day of the week in this community is the day that follows the one we all dread (Mondays for the nope) and today we’re going to highlight some of the new books chipping away at our bank accounts — but each one is so worth it.


Uncharted by Adriana Anders is the second in this romantic suspense series set in northern, cold regions. The second book did not disappoint Micky and this is a quick, engrossing read.

Bombshell kicks off a new series by Sarah MacLean which has ties to a few of her other works and is, unsurprisingly, “blazingly sexy, unapologetically feminist.” Yes please!

The Second Rebel by Linden A. Lewis picks up a changed set of characters from the end of The First Sister. This is fast-paced, a little complex but worth the investment.

The Women of Troy by Pat Barker follows up Briseis’ narrative now that Troy has fallen. If you liked The Silence of the Girls, this is a sequel you need.



Are there any titles out today you’re excited for? Let us know in the comments below! 

NEW RELEASE TUESDAY – AUGUST 17, 2021

Happy “where’d all my money go?” new release Tuesday, everyone!

As you know, the most exciting day of the week in this community is the day that follows the one we all dread (Mondays for the nope) and today we’re going to highlight some of the new books chipping away at our bank accounts — but each one is so worth it.


Living Beyond Borders edited by Margarita Longoria is a collection of short stories, essays, poems and comics on what it’s like growing up Mexican American. Bonus points that this is edited by our friend Margie Longoria!

Battle Royal by Lucy Parker is the much anticipated start to a new series by a beloved author. We didn’t care what this was even about, we just wanted it; but knowing it’s an enemies-to-lovers/grumpy sunshine match-up set against a baking competition? Yes, all the yes.

Redemptor by Jordan Ifueko is the second in this West African fantasy duology. It promises to be exciting if Raybearer was anything to go by.

Codirection by Gregory Ashe is the fourth instalment in the author’s Borealis : Without a Compass series which features gay private investigators (or, rather, investigators who happen to be gay). One of us has been devouring the author’s backlist and is hyped to have done so in time for a new release.

Eight Perfect Hours by Lia Louis all starts with a snow-bound motorway and an collision of chemistry. Micky loved this and you’re just going to have to pick it up if you want the details (and you do).



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