Tell Me Something Tuesday: November 17, 2020

Posted November 17, 2020 by Jen in TMST Tags:

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November 17th: What books are you looking forward to reading in Winter 2020/21 (December – February)?

I am a total planner and keep a schedule of new releases, plus TBR books I hope to read, so this question is pretty easy for me to answer… Let me consult my schedule! NOTE: This list is NOT restricted to books released between December – January, but what I plan to read during that time.

Although technically it’s a November release, first up is Archangel’s Sun by Nalini Singh (Berkley, November 24, 2020). I can’t wait to find out how the world is holding up after the massive battles in the previous two stories.

Another book that I’m looking forward to reading is Thrift Store Trolls by Shawntelle Madison (Valkyrie Rising Press, May 29, 2020). This is a new spinoff to her Coveted series that I enjoyed back several years ago.

Book cover of Wild Rain by Beverly JenkinsDanielle Garrett has a number of audiobook releases in January 2021 from both her Beechwood Harbor Magic Mysteries and her Beechwood Harbor Ghost Mysteries series (Tantor Audio, January 2021). These paranormal cozy mysteries are always so much fun to listen to.

I am very excited to get my hands on Seduced by Darkness by Bec McMaster (Lochaber Press Pty Ltd, January 28, 2021). The author is publishing a retelling the events of the first two books from the hero’s POV. I love this series!

After it has been sitting on my TBLT pile for ages, I plan to finally listen to Death Below Stairs by Jennifer Ashley (Dreamscape Media, January 2, 2018). I just love a good historical mystery, and I’ve enjoyed the author’s urban fantasy series a lot.

Finally, I’m looking forward to reading Wild Rain by Beverly Jenkins (Avon, February 9, 2021), the second story in her Women Who Dare historical romance series. I’m a new-comer to Ms. Bev’s work, and I am enjoying it very much.

There are many others that I’m looking forward to reading and listening to during the upcoming months. I’ll be posting reviews here and on Goodreads, so be sure to pop on over to see what I’m up to.

What about you? Tell Me Something and leave a comment!
Jen