Books to Read This Month: November Edition

It’s the second to last month of 2022! I can’t believe we are almost through 2022. But before we get to the excitement of holiday reading, we still have at least month for fall reading. And November is just another wonderful month jampacked with new releases! We have spine tingling thrillers from noteworthy mystery authorsContinue reading “Books to Read This Month: November Edition”

Books to Read This Month: October Edition

My favorite time of the year has finally arrived! No, it’s not Christmas…the Halloween season is upon us. If you are a fan of spooky reads like me than will love this month. This October is jampacked with thrilling and mysterious stories that will have your heart racing, spine tingling and leave you regretting turningContinue reading “Books to Read This Month: October Edition”

Books to Read This Month: September Edition

Get ready for your start of the fall season jam-packed with fascinating new releases! There’s a reason why many readers look forward to the fall season. Yes, the brisk weather, the turning leaves and warm wooly sweaters might be a factor but I believe what book lovers love most is the exciting upcoming releases theyContinue reading “Books to Read This Month: September Edition”

Books to Read This Month: August Edition

Can you believe it’s already August? Not too long ago we were trying to think of things to do for the summer and it now looks like fall is creeping ever so closer our way. Although it looks like the fall season is coming closer, it doesn’t stop the last month of Summer 2022 beingContinue reading “Books to Read This Month: August Edition”

Books to Read This Month: July Edition

It’s July, and the perfect way to beat the heat is to have something cool to read! (Sorry for the corny pun) But all wordplay and witticism aside, this is an exciting month! July is the start of excellent book releases for the rest of the year. But for right now, let’s focus on theContinue reading “Books to Read This Month: July Edition”

Books to Read This Month: June Edition

Take PRIDE in reading this month! Not only is there an abundance of great reads released this month that is perfect to celebrate Pride Month, but this month is also the beginning of anticipated books perfect for your summer reading! If you are looking for great books for you and your friends and family toContinue reading “Books to Read This Month: June Edition”

Books to Read This Month: May Edition

This was a hard month. Not because it’s the 3rd day of the month and it’s already stressful (so far it is not, thank god). But there were so many great books being released in May that it was hard to narrow it down to just twenty! Although it was difficult, I managed to highlightContinue reading “Books to Read This Month: May Edition”

Books to Read This Month: April Edition

Can you believe it is already April?! While you are waiting for the showers to bring you the lovely flowers you yearn to see, why not immerse yourself in new releases that will highlight your day and the rest of the month! April has graced book lovers with great books, some from bestselling authors andContinue reading “Books to Read This Month: April Edition”

Books to Read This Month: March Edition

There are reasons why March is one of my favorite months. Spring is almost around the corner. March is when we celebrate Women’s History Month, celebrating the strength and power of women reigns supreme. But more importantly, book lovers get a jump-start on their spring reading! And this month, there are great new releases thatContinue reading “Books to Read This Month: March Edition”

Books to Read This Month: February Edition

Welcome to February! Doesn’t it seem like January just flew by? This month might be a short month but February is packed with so many new releases that it hard to keep track! A popular mystery waiting to be uncovered, a powerful and award-winning poetry collection, an apartment with distrustful neighbors…your February will be “booked”Continue reading “Books to Read This Month: February Edition”