Top Ten Tuesday #1

Welcome to Top Ten Tuesday!

hosted by The Artsy Reader Girl

It’s my first ever Top Ten Tuesday post and I am super excited to join something that is new to me! This week’s topic is Most Anticipated Books Releasing in the First Half of 2023. Without further ado, here is my list of books I can’t wait to read that are releasing between January and June of 2023:

The Rose and the Thistle by Laura Frantz

Released January 3, 2023


What Happens Next by Christina Suzan Nelson

Releases January 17, 2023


Yesterday’s Tides by Roseanna M. White

Releases January 24, 2023


Miss Newbury’s List by Megan Walker

Releases February 7, 2023


A Match in the Making by Jen Turano

Releases February 21, 2023


The Metropolitan Affair by Jocelyn Green

Releases March 14, 2023


A Novel Proposal by Denise Hunter

Releases March 21, 2023


The Words We Lost by Nicole Deese

Releases April 11, 2023


A Heart Worth Stealing by Joanna Baker

Releases May 2, 2023


In Feast or Famine by Mesu Andrews

Releases May 9, 2023


There are SO many amazing books releasing the first part of 2023 that it was really difficult to narrow down to just ten anticipated reads, but I did it. I can’t wait to read this books.

What about you? What are some books you are eagerly anticipating for 2023?

18 thoughts on “Top Ten Tuesday #1

  1. Yay, welcome to this meme! I enjoy doing it 🙂 Great list, I have several of these on mine as well. I agree it was VERY hard to narrow it down to 10. I have not read Megan Walker, will have to look into her. Thanks for sharing!

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  2. Welcome to TTT! It’s such a fun meme 🙂

    I enjoyed Green’s Windy City Saga, so I’m excited that she has a new one coming out. I didn’t know that until I saw it on someone’s list today, which is exactly why I love TTT! I also like Barker’s novels, so I’ll have to check that one out. I hope you enjoy all these.

    Happy TTT!


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  3. Love those choices!
    The Vanishing at Castle Moreau by Jamie Jo Wright. The Words We Lost by Nicole Deese, When Tomorrow Came by Hannah Linder
    to name a few.

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