July 2021

Exciting New August 2021 Book Releases

Booklist Queen

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Wondering what to read now? Here are all the hot new August 2021 book releases for you. I’ll let you know what I’ve read, what I can’t wait to read, and what’s getting all the attention this month.

June 3, 2021

The Masters Review Blog

A Baker's Dozen of Books We're Looking Forward to in the Second Half of 2021

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2021 is chock full of exciting releases. We’ve already reviewed a few of the wonderful new books released this year, with more scheduled throughout the year. As we look to the summer and fall, here is a handful of the great books on our radar, which should be on yours, too!

May 24, 2021

Novel Visits 2021 Summer Preview

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I don’t know about you, but I cannot wait for summer and vacation season! I don’t even care that much what I’ll be doing. Like the rest of you, I’m just looking forward to that move toward a more normal life. Isn’t it finally starting to feel like we can relax a little? Wherever I am and whatever else I might be doing, I know that books will be a huge part of my summer, and this summer there are SO MANY great books to choose from. Let me tell you, it was no easy task narrowing my Summer Preview 2021, to these 20 books. I really hope you find many to add to your own summer reading list.

March 2, 2021

Women's Fiction Getting Rave Reviews on Netgalley

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She Wouldn't Change a Thing

by Sarah Adlakha

Thirty-nine-year-old Maria is given the chance to change the past when she wakes up to discover she’s 17 again. She knows that it’s only a few weeks until a tragedy will strike that will lead to meeting her future husband. Maria wonders if she can change history without risking the future that she wants desperately to return to. “This is a brilliantly written story with phenomenal character development that will leave you asking the question, ‘what would I do?’” says librarian Isabella P. “I’m eager to see what this author writes next.”