40+ Most Anticipated Releases of 2019: January to June

2019 releases pt 1

Hello friends!

TIS THE SEASON… Of all the fun end of the year bookish lists. I can’t believe I’m writing my most anticipated releases for the first half of 2019 when I feel like I wrote the same one for 2018 just the other day. Most of these are YA, but there is some Adult and a Middle Grade in there as well!

Remember how last year I was overwhelmed by the 32 books I had on the list? Well, this year…I have almost 50, don’t even get me started on how much time it took me to put this post together. And also, considering that out of those 32 books, I only read 11, I’ll be lucky to make it through even a quarter of this list…THEY JUST COME OUT TOO FAST, OKAY? But anyway. Some of the books on this list don’t have covers yet, which is why the number of books doesn’t match the number of covers.Month 1

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Month 5
Month 6

That’s it until next time.

What are your most anticipated releases of 2019?

Hope you enjoyed, write to you soon.


31 thoughts on “40+ Most Anticipated Releases of 2019: January to June

  1. AHHHHHHH. So many amazing looking releases ahh I’m so excited to read all of these. Great list Fadwa! I’m especially impatient about The Gilded Wolves, We Set The Dark On Fire, Last of Her Name, The Fever King, Opposite of Always, Small Town Hearts, The Devouring Gray, If I’m Being Honest, Going Off Script, Don’t Date Rosa Santos 😀


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  3. So my tbr list has officially been expanded by a lot. Some of these books sound epic. I’d say my most anticipated are On the Come Up, King of Scars, and The Starless Sea. I can already see those books punching me in the feels.


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  6. A lot of these are new to me! I’ll have to check them out. Some of my most anticipated books this year are Romanov by Nadine Brandes and Within These Lines by Stephanie Morrill.


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