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September Anticipated Releases

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Hello Everyone!

How is everyone doing today? Today I’m bringing you a list of some of my most anticipated September releases. Initially, I thought that September was a meh month for new releases, but after doing some looking online, it turns out that there are quite a few books I’m excited for coming out next month.

Marple: Twelve New Mysteries by Various Authors (September 13, 2022) – Agatha Christie is one of my favourite authors and I love the idea behind this book. Marple features twelve new stories, starring Miss Marple, all written by various authors. I love the idea of a bunch of authors coming together and writing about such an iconic character.

The Enigma of Room 622 by Jöel Dicker (September 13, 2022) – This is one of the many fantastic books that was advertised at the most recent Harper Collins Canada preview event and it sounds very intriguing. I don’t really know how to explain this book, other than it’s a mystery thriller and it takes place in Switzerland. I do know that I have an ARC of this book on NetGalley that I’m hoping to dive into soon.

The Kiss Curse by Erin Sterling (September 20, 2022) – I am so excited to revisit Graves Glen when I read this book! The Kiss Curse is the follow-up novel to The Ex Hex, which was witchy and cute and so much fun to read. I liked the characters in The Ex Hex and I’m looking forward to reading about Gwyn and Wells and seeing their HEA.

The Winners by Fredrik Backman (September 27, 2022) – I absolutely loved Beartown and even though I still haven’t read Us Against You, I’m looking forward to The Winners. I’ve been wanting to reread Beartown for a while now and I think this third book being released will finally nudge me into my reread and reading the entire trilogy.

Well, That Was Unexpected by Jesse Q. Sutanto (September 27, 2022) – I don’t know much about this book, but I’m excited to read it because I love Jesse Q. Sutanto. The Dial A For Aunties books are so much fun and I’m looking forward to reading this YA rom-com set in Indonesia.


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