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“Lordy, I don’t know!” was my first response to this week’s prompt.
It’s hard to imagine autumn and winter when summer has not yet reached its full strength here.
This makes me very glad that Jana does not grade our responses or expect everyone to give ten answers every single week.
Those of you who always have ten perfect answers to these sorts of seasonal prompts have my admiration.
I wish I could plan ahead that far.
I do hope to read all of these books once they’re available at the library, but some of their release dates feel so far away.
Let’s toss some answers out and see what sticks if or when we’re asked to comb through old lists of anticipated reads again.
Fairy Tale by Stephen King
Publication Date: September 6
Why I’m Interested: I used to read all of Stephen King’s stuff and wonder if I should give it a try again.
Publication Date: October 18
Why I’m Interested: As a member of the LGBTQ+ community, I’m quite interested in reading about people like me survived during eras when we couldn’t be open about our true selves.
Publication Date: October 25
Why I’m Interested
: I love rabbits and the fantasy genre. The thought of magical rabbits bringing babies to families is such a delightful idea that I can’t wait to find out more. Thank you to Sammie at The Bookwyrm’s Den for blogging about
this book a few months ago.
Publication Date: November 8
Why I’m Interested: I haven’t read any Women’s Fiction in ages. This sounds like a marvellous homage to friendship.
Publication Date: November 22
Why I’m Interested: It’s honestly kind of a silly premise for a nonfiction book, but that makes me like it even more. Why not celebrate silly things?
We All Want Impossible Things sounds promising. And who could resist the last title?!
I took off on my own this week and shared a list of the best three titles to take along on a trip to Paris.
Very cool! I’ll come over and read it and see if my comment sticks in a minute. Thanks for stopping by.
I had to do a fair amount of research to come up with my list. The Stephen King one looks good. I have only read one of his books…
Have a great week!
Emily @ Budget Tales Book Blog
That’s good to hear.
King has written some very interesting books for sure.
Have a great week, too!
Oh gosh, I’m really glad these aren’t graded, too. xD I can’t even imagine. Though, those people who you admire for having “ten perfect answers” probably pulled out their hair whittling their response down from about 25 – 30 perfect answers, which is an entirely different struggle altogether. xD
You’re welcome for blogging about The Rabbit’s Gift. I hope you enjoy it. 😉 I definitely need to read Butts: A Backstory. Like you said, a bit of a silly premise, but don’t we all need that from time to time?
That’s a good point! I’m sure they do.
And thanks. I hope you like Butts: A Backstory.
It’s been so long since I’ve read anything by Stephen King. I’m rarely aware of his new releases anymore and didn’t know about this one.
Yeah, I’m way behind on his books, too.
The only book I’d heard of on this list is King’s book but I love the cover for Butts 🙈 Sounds really fun! I hope you enjoy all these books, Lydia.
Heh, thanks. And, yeah, Butts has a great cover for sure.
Lavender House looks and sounds so good!! Definitely going to add this to my list!
I think I spend more time looking at the books coming out in the future than I do reading, so these lists are always easy to fill.
Heh, good for you. 🙂 I’m glad you find it so easy!
I can’t decide on Fairy Tale. Im a huge scaredy cat and just the name Stephen King scares me away. I need to see some reviews first but the premise is intriguing.
Heh, no worries there. He has written some really scary stuff.
The cover and title of Butts made me laugh…we all need humor and silly books in our lives…it helps create a balance. I hope you enjoy all of these when you get a chance to read them.
Thank you! 😀
i’ve seen Lavender House around a bit, definitely sounds interesting!
Here’s hoping it will be! 🙂
I now have to read Butt A backstory !
That butt book is going on my TBR for sure. I want to know how the author decided to write about butts. It sounds like a joke, but it’s probably a super-interesting topic. 🙂
May you enjoy it! Yeah, I have no idea how the author picked that topic, but I’m sure there’s interesting stuff to say about it.
Butts? That’s hilarious. I bet it will be interesting.
I only know about as many upcoming releases as I do because I read Locus Magazine and find out about them there.
This looks like a fun list! I’m not a reader of Stephen King’s works, but Mr. Wyrm is, so I might have to put that book on a gift list to buy for him later.
Ooh, thanks for the tip. I’ll have to look Locus Magainze up.
May Mr. Wyrm enjoy Fairy Tale if he reads it.
Oh wow! These all sound amazing. I hope you love them all!💜
Oh my gosh right? Thank goodness we don’t get graded for these. 🙂
The Rabbit’s Gift looks wonderful.
Heh, thanks. I hope you like The Rabbit’s Gift.
Fairytale is also one I’m looking forward to. Already have it preordered.
I hope you enjoy these books. 🙂
For somebody who was worried, you did just fine! Happy Reading!
Heh, thank you!
Haha, I’m already loving Butts: A Backstory just from the cover. Hope you’ll love all of these!
The Rabbit’s Gift sounds charming! I’m afraid Stephen King is a no-go for me, though. His books make me too anxious.
No worries there. He’s written some very scary stuff for sure.
May you enjoy The Rabbit’s Gift.
Lavender House has a stunning cover! I’ve never heard of it before, but now I’m really interested in reading it too!
Yeah, it sure does. I hope you like the story if you read it.
Ha! I totally agree about being grateful Jana doesn’t grade our responses or expect us to have a full 10 books on each list. I hope you enjoy each of these books. Thanks for stopping by my blog.
You’re welcome. And I’m glad you agree there.
I adored Lev A.C. Rosen’s last book, so Lavender House is definitely going on my list!
Oh, cool! I haven’t read anything from them yet, but now my curiosity is piqued for sure.
Ooh, Lavender House should have been on my list! I’ve loved everything I’ve read by the author, and the synopsis sounds so interesting!
That’s neat! I’m looking up to see what else they’ve written now.
I tend to struggle with these lists as well. I could broaden my list and make it any ten books I would like to read. But I want to make it difficult for myself and focus solely on authors with Canadian connections.
Pam @ Read! Bake! Create!
You had the most creative list of the week in my opinion! I’m glad you took a more difficult route.
I hope you enjoy all of these!
My TTT: https://jjbookblog.wordpress.com/2022/07/05/top-ten-tuesday-375/
‘Why not celebrate silly things’ is a pretty great philosophy! I hope you enjoy these.
Heh, thanks. 🙂
These all look good. I’m especially interested in Lavender House.
Thank you. I hope you like Lavender House if you read it.
Butts: A Backstory immediately made me laugh. I hope the book itself is just as amusing. Happy reading!
Fairy Tale is on my radar. I’m very curious about it!
Sweet! May you enjoy it.
Stephen King was going to be an honourable mention on my list this week. I have to say though I’m intrigued by Butts: A Backstory haha!
Lavender House sounds really good. I definitely want to read that one.
Cool! I hope we both like it.
I’ve seen Butts around and kind of want to read it for the same reason. haha. I have Lavender House on my TBR!
Heh, nice. Enjoy!
I like the look of Lavender House and We All Want Impossible Things
May you enjoy both of them. 🙂
Some weeks are definitely more challenging than others. Lavender House looks so intriguing! Great list.
For sure. Thank you. I hope you like Lavender House if you read it.
I’m so torn on The Lavender House!
I wish you luck as you decide whether to add it to your TBR. 🙂
Oh I didn’t know Stephen King had a new book coming out! Also Lavender House sounds excellent, I’m going to add it to my list too!
Yay! Happy reading.
I have not heard of any of these books, but there are a few that look very intriguing: Butts, Lavender House and We All Want Impossible Things all call to me.
Lavendar house is also on my radar.
Thank you for sharing your picks!
You’re welcome. Happy reading!
I hope all of these are great reads for you. We All Want Impossible Things sounds especially good.
The book We All Want Impossible Things look good. I’ll probably add that to my TBR as well. 🙂
Lavender House and The Rabbit’s Gift both sound fascinating. I hope you enjoy them all!
Thank you. 🙂
I know exactly what you mean, Lydia. It’s always nice to look forward to something but let’s enjoy the here and now.
I saw “The Rabbit’s Gift” on another list. Must look into that.
Thanks for visiting my TTT this week.
You’re welcome. I hope you like “The Rabbit’s Gift,” and I’m glad you understand the joy of living in the present. 🙂
This was a tough one, unless you’d been planning upcoming releases for a while. I only had a few on my radar this week. The Rabbit’s Gift looks like a good one!
I want to read Lavender House as well. I’ve read one of the author’s YA books and really loved it.
I used to read tons of Stephen King, too, but I haven’t in a long while. I’m too wimpy for the scary stuff these days! I don’t know what FAIRY TALE is about, but I’m always tempted when it’s King, nightmares be darned. Ha ha. I hope you enjoy all these.
Happy TTT (on a Thursday)!
Heh, I hear you there. Happy TTT to you as well.
I always have fun making these type of annual lists, but since I’m pickier now about choices, it can be a little more limiting. Still… any kind of book list “research” (to find them) is still a good time. Thanks so much for visiting Finding Wonderland – hope you enjoy all of these.
And, yeah, the research part sure is fun.
I’ve somehow managed to go my whole life so far without reading any Stephen King! I must try his work one day. Hope you enjoy these when you get to them!
How interesting! I hope you like his work if you do read it someday.
The Rabbit’s Gift does sound pretty cool!