TOP TEN TUESDAY | 2016 NOVELS I’M LOOKING FORWARD TO

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I have to admit that I’m not on top of 2016 releases at all. I don’t have any clue which books I should be eagerly anticipating, let alone which are debuts and which debuts are going to take the book world by storm. So I had to resort to Googling, and some of these aren’t debuts, but hey, they are still on my to-read list. There are probably at least a thousand books I’m going to pounce on that I don’t even know about yet, so I’m really looking forward to reading your lists and filling in the gaps on my 2016 TBR!

The Love That Split the World - Emily Henry       Good On Paper - Rachel Cantor       A Hard and Heavy Thing - Matthew J. Hefti

The Love That Split the World – Emily Henry (January 26)
Good On Paper – Rachel Cantor (January 26)
A Hard and Heavy Thing – Matthew J. Hefti (January)

This Was Not the Plan - Christina Alger       The Big Rewind - Libby Cudmore       Ways To Disappear - Idra Novey

This Was Not the Plan – Christina Alger (February 2)
The Big Rewind – Libby Cudmore (February 2)
Ways to Disappear – Idra Novey (February 9)

Lavender and book       Wreck and Order - Hannah Tennant-Moore

I’ll See You In Paris – Michelle Gable (February 9)
Wreck and Order – Hannah Tennant-Moore (February 9)

A Doubter's Almanac - Ethan Canin       The Two-Family House - Lynda Cohen Loigman

A Doubter’s Almanac – Ethan Canin (February 16)
The Two-Family House – Lynda Cohen Loigman (March 8)

That’s it for my first look forward into 2016! What about you guys? Which books are you dying to get your hands on, and which do you think I should add to my list? Share in the comments!


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6 thoughts on “TOP TEN TUESDAY | 2016 NOVELS I’M LOOKING FORWARD TO

  1. Chrissi Reads

    I wasn’t very good on 2016 releases either, but luckily Goodreads aided me. I like the look of the books on your list! 2016 looks to be an intriguing year for debuts!

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