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Angie's 2024 Must Be Mine

As ever, begin as you mean to go on. And so here are my most anticipated titles of 2024:

And no covers on these yet, but I'm looking forward to them every bit as much:

The Unselected Journals of Emma M. Lion, Vol. 8 by Beth Brower
Long Live Evil by Sarah Rees Brennan
Skybriar by Talia Hibbert
Slow Dance by Rainbow Rowell
Father Material by Alexis Hall
The Duke at Hazard by K.J. Charles
Hell's Belle's book four by Sarah MacLean

What titles are on your list?


  1. Tessa Dare's book HAS A COVER! I've been waiting for this one forever. I hope that means it will actually come out.

    Can't wait to see what Sarah MacLean's next book does. I found the last one hard to get through, though I think it was just me. My favorite of that series so far has been the second one.

    And can't wait for whatever Courtney Milan does next.

    1. I know!! It's been such a long wait for her new one. I really hope it does actually come out this year.

      I'm also very curious about Duchess's book. I loved the second in this current series as well. Adelaide and Clayborn were a delight, and sometimes I struggle with road trip novels. But I loved that one.

      Courtney Milan can do no wrong. This particular series, The Wedgeford Trials, is just so soft and caring—two traits that sometimes I'm not in the mood for. But when she writes them, I am in the mood for them no question.

    2. I hear you on the soft and caring, but I sure needed it this year! I love the Wedgeford Trials books, and I really loved The Devil Comes Courting. In the Wedgeford Trials books, it's always great to me that the big, big things turn out to be not so big. They're like a warm hug in book form.

    3. I needed it is exactly it. I've got to get to The Devil Comes Courting. I have a copy but haven't started it yet.

  2. Tiffany S.12:27 PM

    Many of these are on my list. I'm also excited for the Simone St. James book, Heather Webber's latest, the next cozy fantasy romance by Sangu Mandanna, Julia Anne Long's newest, A Fate Inked in Blood by Danielle L. Jensen, The Warm Hands of Ghosts by Katherine Arden, the Spellshop by Sarah Beth Durst, and the newest Silvia Moreno-Garcia book. I also want to catch up on ones I've missed and fallen behind on, too. I love this time of year for these posts. Thank you!

    1. Oh, I love it when I get a shared list in return! I need to look into those, Tiffany. I also have several (a lot) I need to catch up on and would love to this year.


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