Another year has come to a close and a new chapter begins with 2021 kicking up in full swing. There’s tons of amazing books coming out in January. Check in regularly for a list of my top six anticipated new releases every month in 2021 to consider for your TBR!
This post may contain affiliate links. If you buy from my links, at no additional cost to you, I get a small commission so I can buy even more books to review! See full disclosure here.
Anticipated New Releases for Your TBR List
January 2021 Edition
- Shipped by Angie Hockman | Amazon | January 19, 2021 by Gallery Books | The Unhoneymooners meets The Hating Game in this witty, clever, and swoonworthy novel following a workaholic marketing manager who is forced to go on a cruise with her arch-nemesis when they’re up for the same promotion.
- Rachel, Out of Office by Christina Hovland | Amazon | January 25, 2021 by Entangled Publishing, LLC | Single mom Rachel Gibson seriously needs a break. Between an absent ex-husband, rowdy twin boys, and running her own work-from-home business, her candle isn’t just burning at both ends, it’s a full-blown puddle of wax.
- The Ex Talk by Rachel Lynn Solomon | Amazon | January 26, 2021 by Berkley Publishing | Public radio co-hosts navigate mixed signals in Rachel Lynn Solomon’s sparkling romantic comedy debut.
- Forgive Me by Susan Lewis | Amazon | January 26, 2021 by William Morrow | From the internationally bestselling author of over 40 novels comes a gripping story of love, family, and the price of forgiveness, for readers of Diane Chamberlain and Lisa Scottoline.
- What Now? by Shari Low | Amazon | January 28, 2021 by Boldwood Books | Twenty years ago, Carly Cooper went on an epic quest to track down all the men she’d ever loved and lost in the hope that one of them was her Mr Right. Now, two decades and two teenage sons later, she thinks she might have got it all wrong.
- Aftershocks by Nadia Owusu | Amazon | January 12, 2021 by Simon & Schuster | In the tradition of The Glass Castle, a deeply felt memoir from Whiting Award–winner Nadia Owusu about the push and pull of belonging, the seismic emotional toll of family secrets, and the heart it takes to pull through.
Leave a Reply