April 2020 Book Releases

Spring is in the air, and with all of us stuck indoors for the most part, I’m sure our list of books to read have been shrinking to the point that we need to replenish it.

Well, April is here, and with it, a whole month’s worth of new books being released.

Take a look, there are plenty of new interesting books just waiting to be read.

Fiction

Nonfiction

Young Adult

Children’s

History and Biography

Memoir and Autobiography

Mystery and Thriller

Romance

Science Fiction

Fantasy

Historical Fiction

Graphic Novels and Comics

Share Indie Book Launches

We all know that a lot of book launches, book fairs, and plenty of non-book related events have been cancelled because of the current state of affairs we are in.

Because there aren’y many book events happening, I thought I’d give people a chance to share some book launches they know have happened recently, or will be happening soon.

A lot of authors had their book launches cancelled or postponed, so let’s share some book blogger love by sharing some book launches!

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Bookish News: Dec. 18, 2019

Hello dear readers. I have some good news, and some bad news.

The bad news is that this will be the last Bookish News post of the year, because I don’t plan on making any news on Christmas morning, and I don’t think there will be much news anyways.

The good news is that there is still plenty of bookish news this week for you to enjoy…so here it is!


How Libraries Are Adapting To Their Senior Populations: Critical Linking

Not To Miss New Books This Week

THE BEST TRUE CRIME BOOKS OF 2019

Upcoming Book Releases: October 2019

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October 2019 Fiction Book Releases

The Giver of Stars by Jojo Moyes

Set in Depression-era America, a breathtaking story of five extraordinary women and their unforgettable journey through the mountains of Kentucky and beyond, from the author of Me Before You and The Peacock Emporium

Olive, Again (Olive Kitteridge) by Elizabeth Strout

#1 New York Times bestselling author and Pulitzer Prize winner Elizabeth Strout continues the life of her beloved Olive Kitteridge, a character who has captured the imaginations of millions of readers.

The Widow of Rose House by Diana Biller

A young widow restores a dilapidated mansion with the assistance of a charming, eccentric genius, only to find the house is full of dangerous secrets in this effervescent Gilded Age debut novel

Quantum by Patricia Cornwell

International bestselling author Patricia Cornwell delivers pulse-pounding thrills in a series featuring a brilliant and unusual new heroine, cutting-edge cybertechnology, and stakes that are astronomically high.

Cilka’s Journey (The Tattooist of Auschwitz #2) by Heather Morris

From the author of the multi-million copy bestseller, The Tattooist of Auschwitz, comes the new novel based on an incredible true story of love and resilience. 

The House of Brides by Jane Cockram

Jane Cockram makes her thrilling debut with this page-turning tale of psychological suspense in which a young woman whose life is in tatters flees to the safety of a family estate in England, but instead of comfort finds chilling secrets and lies.

Chris Rock is Writing a Book

I’m sure a lot of people have heard of Chris Rock before. He’s an American comedian, actor, writer, producer, director and countless other things I am sure, and he got his big break as a cast member on Saturday Night Live in the early 1990s.

Some people like his humour, some don’t. Personally he’s not my type, but he has some good skits that I enjoy. I wouldn’t say he’s a bad comedian at all, just more so that his style and mine don’t overlap much.

Anyways, apparently he is writing another book.

The apparent title is “My First Black Boyfriend,” and is apparently a collection of different essays planned to come out next year and will focus on race and relationships

If you want to read more, check out the link below.

50 Book Releases for September 2019

The Testaments (The Handmaid’s Tale, #2)
by Margaret Atwood

Serpent & Dove (Serpent & Dove, #1)
by Shelby Mahurin


The Tyrant’s Tomb (The Trials of Apollo, #4)
by Rick Riordan


Five ​Dark Fates (Three Dark Crowns, #4)
by Kendare Blake (Goodreads Author)

Darkdawn (The Nevernight Chronicle, #3)
by Jay Kristoff (Goodreads Author)

The Institute
by Stephen King

The Girl the Sea Gave Back
by Adrienne Young

The Ten Thousand Doors of January
by Alix E. Harrow (Goodreads Author)

Here To Stay
by Mark Edwards

Frankly in Love (Frankly in Love, #1)
by David Yoon

The Water Dancer
by Ta-Nehisi Coates

Gideon the Ninth (The Ninth House, #1)
by Tamsyn Muir

Capturing the Devil (Stalking Jack the Ripper, #4)
by Kerri Maniscalco

The Dutch House
by Ann Patchett

Talking to Strangers: What We Should Know about the People We Don’t Know
by Malcolm Gladwell

Violet
by Scott Thomas

American Royals
by Katharine McGee (Goodreads Author)

Well Met
by Jen DeLuca

Red at the Bone
by Jacqueline Woodson

The Perks of Being a Wallflower
by Stephen Chbosky

This Tender Land
by William Kent Krueger

The Good Neighbor: The Life and Work of Fred Rogers
by Maxwell King

The Bone Houses
by Emily Lloyd-Jones

There Will Come a Darkness (The Age of Darkness, #1)
by Katy Rose Pool

Loki: Where Mischief Lies
by Mackenzi Lee

Wayward Son (Simon Snow, #2)
by Rainbow Rowell

The Nanny
by Gilly Macmillan

Elevator Pitch
by Linwood Barclay

Rules For Vanishing
by Kate Alice Marshall

The Rabbit Girls
by Anna Ellory

Where the Light Enters
by Sara Donati

The Lady Rogue
by Jenn Bennett

Akin
by Emma Donoghue (Goodreads Author)

Will My Cat Eat My Eyeballs?: Big Questions from Tiny Mortals About Death
by Caitlin Doughty

The Widow of Pale Harbor
by Hester Fox

After the Flood
by Kassandra Montag

Beard with Me (Winston Brothers, #5.5)
by Penny Reid

A Little Hatred (The Age of Madness, #1)
by Joe Abercrombie

The Magnolia Sword: A Ballad of Mulan
by Sherry Thomas

The Secrets of Lost Stones
by Melissa Payne

The Glass Ocean
by Beatriz Williams

Tunnel of Bones (Cassidy Blake, #2)
by Victoria Schwab

The World That We Knew
by Alice Hoffman

A Treason of Thorns
by Laura E. Weymouth

Crazy (The Gibson Boys, #4)
by Adriana Locke

A Single Thread
by Tracy Chevalier

No Judgments (Little Bridge Island, #1)
by Meg Cabot

The Secret Wife of Aaron Burr
by Susan Holloway Scott

Don’t You Forget About Me
by Mhairi McFarlane

Spirit of the Season
by Fern Michaels

Wednesday News: I’m the main character…of course

I’ve wanted to write a book since I was a kid.

I remember in my Grade 2 Language Arts class, we got the chance to write a story. Most kids wrote a 2-3 page story about some dog, cat, or other simple story. I decided to go above and beyond that, cause my story was closer to 20 pages long.

I would write stories now and then in school, mostly for my own personal accomplishment than for actually showing others, but most of them were scribbled onto some pieces of looseleaf.

Fast forward to nowadays, and at first I didn’t know what I wanted to write about. At first I wanted to write a book about what it was like when my brother passed away several years ago.

I thought about it and thought about it, and I didn’t really know how to write a book like that. I’ve never read a book like that, and I didn’t really want to, so I took that as a sign of me not wanting to pursue that idea.

What does that mean for the fantasy book that I now want to write? Well I want it to be my story in a way. Obviously my real story would be pretty boring, but I want my book to be about what I imagine I would do in a fantasy world, while putting together all the different aspects of fantasy that I enjoy the most.

What can I tell you about the book without spoiling anything? Well ideally nothing haha but I will tell you that there will be the main character (based off of me) and he will go on a journey (duh!) and maybe save the day? Maybe die? maybe perish within minutes in a skyscraper sized fire tornado throwing sharks and giant whales at everything that moves.

Hopefully next week I’ll be able to share some very rough (and I emphasize the rough) sketches I’ve been doing of some of the main characters and the map of the world.