This Fall New Book Release list is chock-full of upcoming releases from tried and true authors. Below are the new books that I’m the most excited about- and I think you should be too! And if you can’t wait, I’m giving you a related title to read to tide you over in the meantime. Which one tops your list?
Your Fall 2019 Reading List
American Royals | Katharine McGee | Release Date: September 3rd, 2019 | I am an absolute sucker for anything Royal and I can’t wait to read this author’s interpretation of what America would look like with a monarchy. In the meantime- pick up The Royal We, a breezy romance based on William and Kate that I really enjoyed.
All This Could Be Yours | Jami Attenberg | Release Date: October 22nd, 2019 | Jami Attenberg is one of those authors that just gets it. She’s known for creating relatable and real characters and I’m excited to see what type of family drama she’s got in store for us in this one. In the meantime, pick up All Grown Up, a story about a woman in her NY in her late twenties who is forced to decide what she really wants out of life when her niece is born with a rare medical condition. Very smart.
The Family Upstairs | Lisa Jewell | Release Date: November 5th, 2019 | Lisa Jewell a master of writing a book that will keep you turning the pages. Generally her books take a bit to build but in my experience, they always come together in a beautiful way. In her latest, a woman that was orphaned as a child finds out who she really is. And as it turns out, she’s someone that’s quite wealthy. In the meantime, catch up on my favorite from her, I Found You, in which a mysterious man turns up on a single mother’s beachfront with no memory of where he came from.
Heaven My Home | Attica Locke | Release Date: September 17th, 2019 | New Attica Locke! If you like police procedurals, then it’s very likely that you’re already familiar with this author. But on the off chance you’re not, she’s best known for Bluebird, Bluebird but also writes for television (including Empire). Flawed Texas Ranger Darrin Mathews is one of my favorite characters and I can’t wait to see what he tackles in Book 2. In the meantime, her article on Meghan Markle blackening of Widsor and why that matters on live TV is not to be missed.
Red at the Bone | Jacqueline Woodson | Release Date: September 17th, 2019 | Jacqueline Woodson is a prolific author in both the adult and young adult realms. Her latest is a story about young adults and the decisions they have to make, ready or not, that will reverberate throughout their lives. In the meantime, her story If You Come Softly about a couple in high school in an interracial relationship is one of a kind.
The Starless Sea | Erin Morgenstern | Release Date: November 5th, 2019 | Like a lot of avid readers, I’ve been waiting for Erin Morgenstern’s next book for a long time. I really didn’t even read the synopsis before pre-ordering (but for those that like a little more information, think an under the sea love story that starts in a library. With pirates). In the meantime, if you haven’t tried The Night Circus yet- you must! It really is so captivating.
The Water Dancer | Ta-Nehisi Coates | Release Date: September 24th, 2019 | This is Coates’ debut novel. He’s best known for his non-fiction. In the meantime, catch up on Between the World and Me, a book that was called required reading by Toni Morrison.
I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again- the collection of new books that have come out in 2019 is an embarrassment of riches! I’m so happy to be a reader.
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