Friday Loves - Books I'm Excited For

April 27, 2018, by Alison @ Puppies and Pretties

Happy Friday friends! I have the day off today and you better believe I'm excited for it. I'll be honest though, I haven't been into blogging lately. Not only actually blogging, but also reading. Sure, I've skimmed through my Bloglovin feed, but there are have been quite a few posts that I just "mark as read" or glance at the pretty pictures and move along. Here is to hoping that I get my blogging mojo back sometime soon!

In the meantime, since I'm hosting Friday Loves, I thought I would share some of the books that I'm really looking forward to! I will say the lack of blogging has meant more time for reading :)



I'm linking to the Goodreads page for each of them so you can add to your TBR list.

The Monster Baru Cormorant by Seth Dickinson: I about squealed with joy when I saw this was coming out. The sequel to probably one of my favorite books ever (see my review) you better believe I'll be pre-ordering this one (unless I get lucky and grab it on Netgalley!). If you enjoy books that explore culture, political intrigue AND an awesome female protagonist, PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE read this book.

The Winter of the Witch by Katherine Arden: The final book in a trilogy, this is another that I can't wait for. I absolutely loved The Bear and the Nightingale (see my review). This is a series that you will enjoy if you like Russian folklore, magic, and a great female protagonist (I'm sensing a theme here).

Throne of Glass by Sarah Maas: Hey! A book that is actually out! I have this sitting on my bookshelf just waiting to be read. Plus I just realized the final book in the series is supposed to come out this year so it is the perfect time to pick it up. It sounds action packed, with a female lead and just plain fun. Plus when the Goodreads average review is 4.23, I don't know what else to say.

The Designer by Marius Gabriel: A non-fantasy book! I thought some of you might be more interested in this type of book. A historical fiction book set in France in 1944 (ish) it involves a woman that leaves her husband and then meets Christian Dior and realizes she needs to take her own advice and do what she loves. I always love books set in this time and throw in fashion? Sold.

The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo by Taylor Jenkins Reid: I feel like everyone and their blogger has read this one, so I feel the need to as well. Plus, the reviews are almost all positive. I mean, a lady that has 7 husbands over the years? How can you not want to read that?

Now be sure to link up your Friday Favorites post!

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