April 2020 is, so far, mostly on track. Certain books are no longer publishing this month or next, but I’ve tried to the best of my ability to give the crystal ball a good polish for today. Take it with a grain of salt, and hope nothing changes further, but here are this month’s new releases!
The trick to staying on top of new releases is to stare really hard into your local crystal ball and hope it shows you the good stuff. Or you can save yourself some frustration, and read up on the Pub Day Prophecies for March 2020!
There’s some good ones this month, folks. I wouldn’t want to miss it if I were you.
There’s nothing like a glimpse into the future, and based on today’s Pub Day Prophecies, what a future we have in February 2020! Between tantalizing debuts and tense series conclusions, there’s plenty in store for the month.
And what do you know? This month we have one extra day to try and take it all in!
Just because it’s the second to last month in the year doesn’t mean these titles are second best. Check out November’s new releases, and consider preordering or requesting them through your library, because they are EXCITING.
Yes, I say that pretty much every month. But am I wrong?
If you’ve been following me on Twitter, you probably know that I’m a member of Kell’s street team, and I am PSYCHED for this book (the bond between sisters? fending off DEATH? a cinnamon roll LI? count me in!). Today isn’t a review (keep your eyes peeled for that early next month!), but it is a sneak peek at the goodies that await you for preorders and library requests, and a fun how-to to celebrate one of those goodies, plus any other similar goodies you might already have: it’s an enamel pin display tutorial!
So grab a little bit of fabric, an embroidery hoop, and all the bookish pins you own, and I’ll walk you through a quick and easy way to display them!
Still catching up on new releases from August? Well, I can’t quite help you with that, but I can tell you that September has EVEN MORE books you should keep an eye out for! As always, this isn’t a totally comprehensive list of releases, and you should totally tell me if I’ve missed something, but as it is?
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