Ever get so excited about books that you say “Yes!” to every book thing you can find? Ever take a breather for a moment and realize you just said “Yes!” to about 9 new things all due around the same time? Well, that is me right now. I feel just like Ethel and Lucy as they attempt to gain control over the chocolate conveyor and the chocolates that are streaming down the line.
I got so enthused about my summer free time that before I consciously knew what I was doing I was signed up for NINE new novel readings for various authors. While I am slightly overwhelmed today, I got serious about my time and organized my TBR must-reads.
You can expect, in the very near future, to read reviews on the following soon-to-be released novels:
- The Writing Desk by Rachel Hauck — due out on July 11, 2017
- Just Look Up by Courtney Walsh — due out on July 4, 2017
- A Name Unknown by Roseanna M. White — due out on July 4, 2017 (YAY! I just got accepted to be a part of the LitFuse Blog Tour for this novel, so they are sending it to me next week. I cannot wait to dive into this book.)
- Gathering the Threads by Cindy Woodsmall — due out on August 15, 2017
- Christmas at Carnton by Tamera Alexander — due out on October 3, 2017
I am part of the WaterBrook & Multnomah summer reading group so I also have to read The Road to Paradise by Karen Barnett (just released this June 6th) and Jane of Austin by Hillary Manton Lodge (just released this week).
I was accepted to be part of Cindy Woodsmall’s book launch group for Gathering the Threads. This is book #3 in The Amish of Summer Grove series. To be able to read Gathering the Threads, I have to read book 1 (Ties that Bind) and book 2 (Fraying at the Edge) in the series so I know what is happening in book 3. I have never read Amish Fiction before so this is totally new territory for me. I hope I don’t let Ms. Woodsmall down.
While this is a lot, I really look forward to these reads. They are all SO unique and different, and they are all written by amazing women. I want to do a good review job for them all.
Which book do I read first? Which book would you read first? Post in the comment section and let me know which book you think I should read first!