Wishlist Wednesday | Anticipated Releases November 2020

This is such a weird year! But we are getting closer and closer to the end. And luckily there are some great books that release this month. So without further ado, these are the releases we are anticipating this November.

Spellbreaker – Charlie H. Holmberg (November 1st)

Spellbreaker seems to have a lot of magic and lots of rules that could makes things difficult. I love this cover and the story sounds like something I really need in my life.

Instant Karma – Marissa Meyer (November 3rd)

Marissa Meyer is an author I know for the fantasy books she’s written. I believe Instant Karma is her first contemporary and it sounds really cute. Imagine being able to cast instant karma on someone? That would be quite interesting. I can’t wait to see how this story turns out.

The Ravens – Kass Morgan & Danielle Page (November 3rd)

I have to start off by saying how stunning this cover looks! The colors and way it’s illustrated is gorgeous. A sorority that turns out to be a coven of witches? I need to read that!

All I Want for Christmas – Wendy Loggia (November 3rd)

The main character in All I Want for Christmas is just a big of a fan of Christmas as I am and works at a bookstore. I don’t need to know more to want to read this book. All I Want for Christmas sounds like the perfect holiday story to curl up with.

A Deal with the Elf King – Elise Kova (November 6th)

I loved the Elise Kova book I’ve read before and really want to read more books by her. This is a standalone for fans of A Court of Thorns and Roses and Uprooted. Sounds like it’s a book for me!

Those Who Prey – Jennifer Moffett (November 10th)

A Sadie like psychological YA thriller. Yes please!! This is also about a cult and that interests me a great deal. Can’t wait to read this one.

Teen Killers Club – Lily Sparks (November 10th)

Another YA mystery thriller and it sounds amazing! The MC is framed for the murder of her best friend so she joins a secret society of teenage assassins. It sounds insane but also amazing!

Master of One – Jaida Jones & Danielle Bennet (November 10th)

Master of One is a book I hadn’t heard of until recently, but it sounds so good. A queer romance, fae, a malicious royal plot and much more. I think that’s all I need to know! We both have an e-arc of Master of One and our review will be online during the first week of November.

Little Threats – Emily Schultz (November 10th)

This whodunnit reminds me a bit of Dark Places by Gillian Flynn and that is such an amazing mystery thriller. I hope this one has an equally surprising ending.

Chasing Lucky – Jenn Bennett (November 10th)

Chasing Lucky was supposed to release earlier this year, but got pushed back. I’ve read books by this author before and this one sounds like another one I’ll enjoy. It sounds like it may be a typical contemporary, but I love those.

Love & Olives – Jenna Evans Welch (November 10th)

I’ve read the first two books in this series and loved going along for the ride when the main characters were in Italy and Ireland. Love & Olives takes place in Greece and seems to have all of the elements I love in a good contemporary.

A Lady’s Guide to Mischief and Mayhem – Manda Collins (November 10th)

I want to read more historical fiction including historical romance. What’s a better way to start with that than with a rom-com?!? A Lady’s Guide to Mischief and Mayhem also seems to have a mystery element to it as well and I have to say I’m intrigued!

The Betrayals – Bridget Collins (November 12th)

If I’m honest, the first thing that caught my eye was this beautiful cover. Bridget Collins seems to have the best of luck with gorgeous book covers. The Betrayals seems to take place at an academy. I love books when they take place in a setting like that, so I’m really curious about this one.

The Burning God – R.F. Kuang (November 17th)

After loving the Poppy War I really want to read the second book. This is the third, and last book in the series and it would be great if I could read the middle book before this releases haha. The series is brutal but absolutely amazing!

Super Fake Love Song – David Yoon (November 17th)

A fake identity and lies that seem to get out of control. It sounds like this story is going to be filled with some laugh out loud moments and characters doing the impossible to keep their lies going. I have to say I’m curious to see how this turns out.

These Violent Delights – Chloe Gong (November 17th)

A Romeo and Juliet retelling?!? Yes please! I’m a big fan of retellings and I’ve never read one based on Romeo and Juliet. So far early reviewers have been really positive about These Violent Delights and I’m really excited for this book.

How the King of Elfhame Learned to Hate Stories – Holly Black (November 24th)

I loved the Folk of the Air trilogy so this Cardan novella is a must read. It’s also illustrated, each chapter has a full-color piece of art. I usually quite enjoy novellas and it’s going to be interesting to spend some time in Cardan’s mind.

20xx vol 1 – Jonathan Luna & Lauren Keely (November 24th)

The couple of early reviews are not that positive but the concept of this comic sounds so cool. People with telekinesis abilities form gangs to survive and do you need to know anything else?

Ready Player Two – Ernest Cline (November 24th)

I read and loved Ready Player One years ago. And I didn’t feel like we needed a sequel. But now that there is one, I’ll admit I’m intrigued!


These are the books we’re looking forward to in November! What books are on your list? Did we miss any interesting ones? Let us know in the comments!

3 thoughts on “Wishlist Wednesday | Anticipated Releases November 2020


    Okay, back to the post. All I Want for Christmas sounds adorable. Thanks for putting that on my radar.

    Teen Killers Club has such a crazy premise, but it does sound really awesome!

    Master of One is on my list of books I want to read too!!!

    Little Threats is another new-to-me one. Just added to my Goodreads.

    Some really great titles coming out next month for sure.

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