Top Ten Tuesday: (Later) 2017 Anticpating Book Releases

I have not participated in a Top Ten Tuesday Post since starting this blog, but it is a meme hosted by The Broke and Bookish where you share a list of stuff that they give you. This week I’m to share the Top Ten Book Releases that I’m anticipating for the later part of 2017.


“The Austen Escape” by Katherine Reay— This one is about a woman named Mary who goes to visit her friend in England. The friend loses her memory, thinks she is in regency England, and leaves Mary in charge of her house. Sounds like a fun read.


“Rebel Seoul” by Axie Oh”— This book is supposed to be like a Korean action drama, and so…yeah. *wants it now*


“Forest of a Thousand Laterns” by Julie C. Dao—Β This is a retelling of the Evil Queen in a Far Eastern setting. I love the title of this book so much.


“Hunting Prince Dracula” by Kerri Maniscalco— Currently listening to the first book in the series, “Stalking Jack the Ripper.” I’m enjoying it, and therefore anticipate this sequel.


“A Dangerous Legacy” by Elizabeth Camden— Elizabeth Camden. Need I say more? *excited she is having a second book release in 2017*


“Where We Belong” by Lynn Austin— I have not read a lot of Lynn Austin, but this one looks so unique in the Christian fiction genre.


“Exiles” by Jaye L. Knight— Still need to read book three, but I have a feeling I’ll enjoy this one. The cover is rather cool, too.


“A Name Unknown” by Roseanna M. White— I have been wanting to read this book before the cover was even released. I’m on the author’s street team (So be prepared to read and see a lot of this book in the near future.).


“Out of the Ordinary” by Jen Turano— If I want a funny book, Jen Turano is the author I know I can trust to make me smile. I’m glad she also has this second 2017 release.


“Renegades” by Marissa Meyer— I have known for sometime that Marissa Meyer was writing a super hero type story. I love her Lunar Chronicles series, and hope this one will be just as good.


“In 27 Days” by Alison Gervais— This book was originally a story on Wattpad. The story is about a girl who goes back in time to try and save the life of a guy who committed suicide. Sounds heartrendingly beautiful.


What are some 2017 book releases that you are looking forward to releasing this year?


14 thoughts on “Top Ten Tuesday: (Later) 2017 Anticpating Book Releases

    1. Me too! The Lunar Chronicles are the best. I even got to meet her once and she signed some of my books. One of the best days ever.

      I just love the title for Forest of a Thousand Lanterns. I hope it is as good as it sounds/looks. πŸ˜€

  1. Three cheers for new books from Katherine and Elizabeth. Both VERY exciting. Glad to hear about ‘Jack Ripper’ too. I’ve been eyeing book one and waffling for a while now if it’d be one I’d want to read. Glad to know it’s good!

    1. *Cheers too* They are both very exciting. Of course, I need to catch up on Reay’s other books, too.
      It is a rather interesting book, made even more so by the narrator of the audible edition I’m listening, too. Her voice is perfection. The story does have some gory parts, but so far it has me guessing. πŸ˜€

  2. GRACE! You’re blogging again, and I JUST found out?! This is GRAND news!

    So I’ve already been reading over several posts of yours in the last half-hour, but decided to comment on this one, since all these beautiful book covers have caught me in their trance. I probably want to read every single one of them. BUT this is the first time I’ve seen the cover for Marissa Meyer’s new book. It’s gorgeous.

    Can’t wait to tag along with your new blog. πŸ™‚


    1. Yes, I was going through a pretty rough time and stepped away from blogging for awhile. Decided to start a new blog, and here I am. πŸ˜ƒ

      Marissa Meyer’s newest cover is pretty. I wish it would hurry and release.

      It is so good to hear from you. You”re the only blogger I have been able to keep up with since my HSB days. Thanks for leaving the link to your blog, too. All the blogs I followed do not show up on blogger anymore, and so I could not see if they posted or not.

      1. Probably mostf bloggers do go through their own non-blogging times, and I think most of the original people who got me interested in blogging (back on old HSB), have probably quit by now. πŸ™‚ That feels like a different lifetime almost. lol!

        Also, I want to mention that I haven’t read anything by Roseanna M. White, but I’ve heard great reviews from other readers (and you!), and I do want to read her books… but this new one that you listed here is so gorgeous! *teary-eyes* I think it’s the fact that it has bookshelves on it. πŸ™‚

        Anyways, I’m glad to see you’re back!

      2. It does seem like a lifetime ago. I wish they did not change it, though. I would probably still be blogging there.

        You really should read her “Ladies of the Manor” series. I agree that her newest is a lovely book. I’m waiting for it to arrive in the mail within the month. πŸ˜€

        Thank you. πŸ˜€

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