What’s on your TBR this month? I’ve got so many books I want to read from my backlist in addition to all of the new ones coming out soon! Check out my list of the most anticipated novels being published this month to consider for your TBR!
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Most Anticipated New Releases for Your TBR
June 2021 Edition
Women’s Fiction, Non-Fiction, & Romance
- Sunny Song Will Never Be Famous by Suzanne Park | Amazon | Pub Date: 6/1/21 by SourceBooks Fire | A social media influencer is shipped off to a digital detox summer camp in this funny coming-of-age story, perfect for fans of Jenny Han’s The Summer I Turned Pretty and Love and Gelato.
- The One Hundred Years of Lenni and Margot | Amazon | Pub Date: 6/1/21 by Harper Perrenial | Fiercely alive, disarmingly funny and brimming with tenderness, THE ONE HUNDRED YEARS OF LENNI AND MARGOT unwraps the extraordinary gift of life even when it is about to be taken away, and revels in our infinite capacity for friendship and love when we need them most.
- A Not So Lonely Planet by Karina Kennedy | Amazon | Pub Date: 6/8/21 by Cleis Press | Marina Taylor is a bold, adventure-seeking writer with a one-way ticket to Rome and big dreams to write her book, Italian Women of Influence . . . but an undeniable connection with an irresistible stranger—and her penchant for disaster—just may derail her plans.
- What’s the Difference? by Brette Warshaw | Amazon | Pub Date: 6/8/21 by Harper Wave | From the creator of the popular What’s the Difference? Newsletter, a whimsical and practical reference for food nerds and novices alike, covering dozens of culinary topics, that clears up confusion over similar terms, techniques, dishes, and more.
- The Beach House by Jenny Hale | Amazon | Pub Date 6/9/21 by Bookouture | An absolutely gorgeous and heartwarming read about never-ending love, new beginnings, and how family is always with you, no matter where you are. Fans of Pamela Kelley, Mary Alice Monroe and Susan Mallery will adore this romantic page-turner.
- Emma’s Laugh by Diana Kupershmit | Amazon | Pub Date: 6/15/21 by She Writes Press | As Diana surveyed her newborn baby’s face, languid body, and absent cry, she knew something was wrong. Then the doctors delivered devastating news: her first child, Emma, had been born with a rare genetic disorder that would leave her profoundly physically and intellectually disabled.