What You Should Read

You Should Read: Our May Most Anticipated New Releases!

April 26, 2022 Kelly Hager, Julia Hall, Rachael Hall
What You Should Read
You Should Read: Our May Most Anticipated New Releases!
Show Notes

We can't believe it's almost May already, and you know what that means: most anticipated time! There are so many great books coming out, and it's going to be another Very Expensive Month. May 3 will especially be a Very Expensive Tuesday. Good luck to all of us.


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Currently Reading:

Julia: The Importance of Being Aisling (Emer McLysaght and Sarah Breen)

Kelly: Again, Rachel (Marian Keyes)

Rachael: The Seven Sisters (Lucinda Riley), Daughter of the Forest (Juliet Marillier), Again, Rachel (Marian Keyes)


Recent Acquisitions:


Julia: Again, Rachel and Lucy Sullivan is Getting Married (both by Marian Keyes)

Kelly:  Again, Rachel (Marian Keyes), an egalley of A Merry Little Meet Cute (Julie Murphy and Sierra Simone), The Most Dazzling Girl in Berlin (Kip Wilson), Becoming Abolitionists (Derecka Purnell) and Blood Sugar (Sascha Rothchild)

Rachael: Again, Rachel (Marian Keyes)


Most Anticipated: 
Julia: By the Book (Jasmine Guillory), This Time Tomorrow (Emma Straub), First Time For Everything (Henry Fry) and The Summer Place (Jennifer Weiner)

Kelly: Burn Down, Rise Up (Vincent Tirado), I Kissed Shara Wheeler (Casey McQuiston), Practice Girl (Estelle Laure) and Overboard (Sara Paretsky)


Rachael: Book Lovers (Emily Henry), When Women Were Dragons (Kelly Barnhill), Bravely (Maggie Stiefvater) and Child Zero (Chris Holm)


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