Top Ten of 2017: Most-Anticipated 2018 Releases

Posted December 29, 2017 by Madalyn || 14 Comments

I’m super excited to be participating in the Top 10 of 2017 blog event, hosted by Fiktshun, Two Chicks on Books, Tales of a Ravenous Reader, Dark Faerie Tales, Seeing Double in Neverland, and Take Me Away to a Great Read.

We’ve reached the final day of this blog event! Today’s topic is the top ten books you’re most looking forward to in 2018. 2018 looks to be a year full of exciting releases, and I had so much fun combing my Goodreads “2018” shelf to make this list! I have forgone explaining each of these choices because, well, I just want to read them? Also, I’ve featured most of these in a Waiting on Wednesday post already, haha.

madalyn’s top ten

(Covers link to Goodreads)

 

honorable mentions

(only honorable mentions because they don’t have covers yet, haha)


What are some of your most-anticipated releases of 2018? Are you also looking forward to any of my picks?

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Madalyn is a 20-something musician and lifelong lover of reading. When she's not reading or singing, you're likely to find her drinking coffee, traveling, or buying more lipstick than one person could possibly need.
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14 responses to “Top Ten of 2017: Most-Anticipated 2018 Releases

  1. Fantastic list of most-anticipated releases!! I’m really excited to read Final Draft after how much I enjoyed Noteworthy this year. Thank you so much for cohosting #BookishNYE! I had a blast and would love to do another chat with you! <3

    • Same! I cannot get enough Jenn Bennett. She writes the PERFECT contemporaries. I can’t wait for QOAD, especially after the cliffhanger at the end of Lord of Shadows! Happy New Year, Nereyda! <3

  2. Such a great list of 2018 releases! I’m so excited for Starry Eyes and Love, Hate, and Other Filters. Also, I had no idea Riley Redgate has another book coming out in 2018??!?!?! (I still need to read Noteworthy though lol)

  3. I have not heard of any of these except the Casssandra Clare book. I really need to get back in to her books, but I am afraid they will consume me, haha! I’m looking forward to The Belles and Daughter of the Siren Queen.

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