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While we have already read many good new releases so far this year, the biggest titles by the biggest authors are yet to come!

Coming up in 2017:

A Court of Wings and Ruin by Sarah J. Maas will be released on May 2nd.  Read a quick recap of A Court of Mist and Fury.
Lord of Shadows by Cassandra Clare will be released on May 23rd.  Read a recap of Lady Midnight as a refresher and read our Dark Artifices Theories Page for a little fun before the next book.  Thank you to everyone who has contributed to it!
Our Dark Duet by Victoria Schwab will be released on June 13th.  Read a quick recap of This Savage Song.
What books are you looking forward to this spring and summer? Tell us about them in the comments of our corresponding blog post!

Bookish Fun from Pinterest:

What book are we most excited about? (drum roll please)

Lord of Shadows! 

Read our Dark Artifices Theories Page for a little fun before it releases.  Thank you to everyone who has contributed to it!  You all have some awesome theories!

Other books coming out soon:

The Crown’s Fate by Evelyn Skye – The conclusion to The Crown’s Game duology hits shelves May 16th. Book 1 gave us a glimpse of a magical battle in imperial Russia. See our recap of The Crown’s Game to prepare for this new release.

Seeker by Veronica Rossi – The conclusion to the Riders duology is also out May 16th. Book 1 was an interesting version of the apocalypse told in Rossi’s fun prose. (Those two things don’t seem to go together, do they?) 😉 See our recap of Riders before you dive into Seeker.

Obsidian and Stars by Julie Eshbaugh – Book 2 in the Ivory and Bone trilogy comes out June 13th. Both the prehistoric setting and the second person point of view made book 1 unique. Read our recap of Ivory and Bone before you pick up Obsidian and Stars.

Whether you’re itching to try a debut author like Skye and Eshbaugh or wanting to revisit an old favorite like Rossi, each of these books has something different to offer. And if you’ve already read the first book in these series, check out our recaps to refresh your memory before picking up the new releases!

Mother’s Day and Father’s Day ideas for book lovers:

Check out these awesome gift ideas for book lovers!  Get cozy with book shelf socks or maybe a bookish pillow, be classy with Jane Austen coasters, or get creative with a magnetic poetry kit.

Are you looking for your next favorite book or series? Check out our Rapid Reviews to find your next read!
Shadowcaster by Cinda Williams Chima
Gemina by Amie Kaufman and Jay Kristoff
Heartless by Marissa Meyer
A Conjuring of Light by V.E. Schwab
See all of our book reviews…

Recaps for Upcoming New Releases

Are you ready to dive into the new release in a series you read last year? If you can’t remember the details of the previous books, don’t worry! We’ve got you covered with our full book recaps.
A Court of Mist and Fury
The Crown’s Game
Lady Midnight
Ivory and Bone
See all of our book recaps…

Debut Authors to try

We love to support debut authors, and these recent releases are worth a try!

Daughter of the Pirate King by Tricia Levenseller tells the story of a young, female ship captain who gets intentionally captured by an enemy to search for a piece of a treasure map, which she believes is aboard their ship. It is a quick read full of fun banter, and the protagonist is courageous, smart, and witty.

Ever the Hunted by by Erin Summerill is about another brave girl on a mission. She is searching for her father’s killer who might just be her best friend (and crush) who ran off over a year ago. It is also a quick read with great pacing and a touch of magic.

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Sara and Stacy

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