Welcome to the first Book Birthday Tuesday of December!! Seriously this year has flown by and with so many changes on my end. I just started my new job in construction management and that is why this post is being published this afternoon instead of the typical morning. I got lazy (shocker) and only completed half of this post before bed because being in the field is exhausting. But anyways there are some fabulous books being released this week, one of which I get to meet the author of tonight at a book signing and am super excited!
Well I’m back from my adventure abroad and it appears as if I’ve arrived just in time for a slow release week. The only thing on my release radar this week is a novella. Slightly disappointed but also so extremely exhausted and behind on all the other releases from this month so I’ll call it a bi-week. I will be checking out this novella below though. Also please let me know if there was anything else releasing this week. There is a huge possibility the jet lag has got to me.
Thank you to HarperTeen for an advanced finished copy of this book in exchange for an honest review!
Welcome to the lasy of The Constellation of Roses blog tour hosted by The Fantastic Flying Book Club! This was one of my favorite contemporary reads this year and you can find my review below. There is a giveaway going both on the blog tour and on Instagram (click HERE to go to my bookstagram) both of which you can find the tour schedule for below to follow the tour and enter more times!
I’m pretty sure the top two most anticipated books of the year are what we have releasing this week. No one could forget that the final book of the Folk of Air trilogy is releasing with all the buzz about it and the fact that the deadline was moved up to have it be released this year and not next. With it this week though we have a debut novel that was pulled from its regular release date earlier this year due to some (unwarranted) drama. It’s an exciting week and since I’m traveling abroad I’ll be able to snag both on my kindle 12 hours earlier than if I were at home. Bright side right?