My new releases post every month has become one of my favourite posts to put together. Not only do I love spotlighting the books I am excited for - I also inevitably wind up discovering other books to get excited for when I am checking for release dates. I hope you find new books to get excited about or if there are any books I haven't mentioned that are releasing in April please let me know! I love finding new books to add to my wishlist!
Alex, Approximately by Jenn Bennett: This sounds super cute and perfect for summer so I may not read this until then but I am still really excited for it!
Defy the Stars by Claudia Gray: I actually already have an e-arc of this from Netgalley and I definitely want to read it soon. Claudia Gray's books have been good ones for me in the past and this sounds like a great read!
Red Sister by Mark Lawrence: Again, I have an arc via Netgalley - I've actually never read anything by Mark Lawrence before but I've heard good things and fantasy with assassin nuns is just 100% my thing.
The Upside of Unrequited by Becky Albertalli: Probably my most anticipated book for the whole month. No definitely my most anticipated. How am I supposed to WAIT??? Simon vs is one of my all time favourite books so I am eagerly awaiting this one!
Duels & Deception by Cindy Anstey: Loved Love Lies and Spies last year and I am always a fan of historical romance so this is sure to be a fun and enjoyable romance!
Fireworks by Katie Cotugno: I've only read one Katie Cotugno book before but I was a huge fan of it and this sounds like another great summer read!
Alex & Eliza by Melissa De La Cruz: This is one of those books I am simultaneously excited for and terrified of! I love Hamilton (although living in Devon I've never actually seen it just listened to the soundtrack a hundred times) so there is always that fear that this wont live up to how much I loved the musical?
Literally by Lucy Keating: A book about a book within a book was how this was described to me. And we all love books about books right?
Given to the Sea by Mindy McGinnis: I have loved every Mindy McGinnis book I've ever read (especially The Female of the Species which I just adore) so whilst the plot of this doesn't appeal to me as much as her previous books I am confident I will enjoy it because I love her writing so much!
Missing by Kelley Armstrong: Kelley Armstrong is pretty much an auto-buy author for me. I don't even need to know what her books are about half the time. I just want them. This is another YA thriller from her I believe and after I loved The Masked Truth (highly recommend btw) I know I have to read this as well!