US releases – January books to keep on your radar

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Hi bookies,

Keep your eyes peeled for these goodies! As always, I’ve linked the titles to my Goodreads reviews or to the actual book page.

 

Books I reviewed before release:

Even If I Fall by Abigail Johnson; Jan 8 YA, Contemporary Lit

I am currently reading this one and so far the story has a lot of heart and some heartbreak. This promises to be more of a melancholic read.

 

Books I am anticipating to read:

The Courage to Be Disliked by Ishiro Kishimi: Jan 1 Nonfiction, Philosophy, Psychology

This one sounds interesting and I (as many) struggle with wanting to please everyone and wanting to be liked by everyone. So I think this book is worth exploring.

The Winter of the Witch by Katherine Arden; Jan 8 Historical Fiction, Fantasy

I CANNOT WAIT for this book to be delivered to my door! I loved the first two and I have been feverishly waiting for the last in this trilogy.

The Witches of St. Petersburg by Imogen Edwards-Jones; Jan 22, Historical Fiction, Fantasy

I love Russian folklore and tales about magic. This one seems right up my alley. Also, you guys, do you notice a January theme? Magic and Russian tales are perfect winter reads!

Once Upon a River by Diane Sutterfield; Jan 24 Historical Fiction

The publisher keeps pushing the publication back – it only creates more anticipation for me! I loved The Thirteenth Tale, so I am definitely on the lookout for new novels by Sutterfield. This one sounds so promising – suspenseful and heartfelt.

The Severed Moon by Leigh Bardugo; Jan 29 Nonfiction, Journal

I can’t even; a journal by Leigh Bardugo. I preordered that as soon as I found out.

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