TTT #231| 2020 Anticipated Releases I Still Need to Read

We have been having fun with Top Ten Tuesday, so we decided we will do one every week. This bookish meme was hosted by The Broke and the Bookish, and has been going since June 2010! Since January 2018 Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl.

This week’s topic is a freebie, so we have to think of our own topic. So I’ve decided to look back at my 2020 anticipated releases I still need to read. I’m sure there are more than 10, but these are the first that came to mind.

Perfect on Paper – Sophie Gonzales

Perfect on Paper is a book I actually just talked about yesterday in our Looking Back at Our Bookhauls post. I really enjoyed Sophie’s book Only Mostly Devastated. And this one sounds like one right up my alley. There really isn’t enough time to read everything I want.

The Cost of Knowing – Brittney Morris

Brittney Morris wrote the book Slay and that book took me by surprise. I loved everything about it and think about it frequently. The Cost of Knowing sounds like it’s going to be another emotional read. I can’t imagine what it’s like to see future events when touching someone and seeing how your brother will die. I have a feeling I won’t be able to put it down once I start reading this one.

Happily Ever Afters – Elise Bryant

Another book that I’ve really wanted to read is Happily Ever Afters. To make it even easier I actually received the paperback last Christmas. The companion novel is out now as well and these covers are stunning. I love when I get to read about characters that love to write or read.

You Have a Match – Emma Lord

I’m definitely a fan of emotional contemporary books, so when I read about You Have a Match I was sold. Can you imagine finding out you have a sibling you didn’t even knew existed. Sounds like summer camp is going to be very interesting.

All of Us Villains – Amanda Foody & Christine Lynn Herman

We mostly get stories about the heroes, but never the villains, so I was very intrigued when All of Us Villains was announced. I even started reading this one and got really far. As usual I got distracted by other books and never looked back. And not because I wasn’t enjoying the book. The sequel is releasing this year, so I think it’s time to get back to reading!

Pride and Premeditation – Tirzah Price

Mysteries and thrillers are genres I’m loving more and more and Pride and Premeditation sounds like a lot of fun. I love retellings with a twist. This book is the first in the Jane Austen Murder Mystery series and the sequel releases this month. So definitely a good time to give it a go.

Empire of the Vampire – Jay Kristoff

Empire of the Vampire was a very hyped book and I ended up getting a really stunning edition of. And once again a book I actually started reading. This book is huge, so I think that’s what stopped me at the time. A few of my friends loved this book, so I’m excited to finally sit down with it.

Last Chance Books – Kelsey Rodkey

A book that is about bookstores and enemies to lovers? I love this cover and I’m excited to read this story. There have been some mixed reviews, but I’m still hoping to love Last Chance Books!

The Initial Insult – Mindy McGinnis

Mindy McGinnis writes intense books that keep me hooked and once again I’m surprised I haven’t read this one. The sequel just released, so hopefully I can make time for these books soon. We all know a Halloween party in an abandoned house will never end well.

Hani and Ishu’s Guide to Fake Dating – Adiba Jaigirdar

I’m a big fan of fake dating or fake relationships in books! You make me very happy with that trope. So when the title already says fake dating I don’t need to know anything else. After loving The Henna Girls by this author I knew I wanted to read more by her.


Some Recent TTT Posts:

TTT #226| Books I Enjoyed, But Have Never Mentioned On My Blog
TTT #127 | Books On My Spring 2022 TBR Part 1
TTT #128| Books On My Spring 2022 TBR Part 2
TTT #129| Books With Adjective in the Title
TTT #130| Book Titles That Ask Questions

So these are ten of my 2020 releases I still haven’t read yet. Have you read any of these? Let me know which ones you loved. Are there any 2020 releases you still really want to read? Also, feel free to leave your TTT link in the comments. I’d love to hear from you!

12 thoughts on “TTT #231| 2020 Anticipated Releases I Still Need to Read

  1. Pride and Premeditation is on my ongoing list as well. The Darcy representation there is quite different and I think I paused to wrap my head around it. Need to pick that up again!

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