Thursday, January 4, 2018

*Book Blogger Hop* 5 January 2018

We are on to a new week for the Book Blogger Hop hosted by the lovely folks over at Ramblings of a Coffee Addicted Writer. This weeks questions is:
What upcoming titles are you looking forward to reading in 2018? (submitted by Billy @ Coffee Addicted Writer)
I feel like I just answered this question for my Top Ten Tuesday post (although I may have answered it for TTT last week), so I'm just going to say that you should check that out here (that is if you haven't seen it yet). I would try to pick some more books for this list, but I'm currently a little bit jet lagged from spending an entire day traveling to get from Germany to the middle of Kansas, and I'm in an even worse position to be trying to create a list of books I'm looking forward to reading here than I was when I built the TTT post (because of decreased mental capacity at the moment.) My lists are hardly relevant anyway since I never stick to them even under the best of circumstances, so any books that I'm looking forward to releasing this year, I will still probably be needing to read when the year is over (although I think the Habitica app that Caroline introduced me to might help with that some as I've recently decided on a course of action for using it as reading list motivation, but we shall see.)

So that's my incredibly long winded non-answer to the question. Now I'll ask what upcoming books SHOULD I be looking forward to reading in 2018? - Katie

*If you're stopping by from the linkup, please be sure to leave a link to your answer so I can see what books you're looking forward to. It may take me a little while to return comments, but once I'm feeling a little bit more normal and more adjusted to the 7 hour time difference, I will be making all my rounds that I've been neglecting the past couple weeks.* 


  1. Good luck with the Habitica app! It's hard to get to all the books I want to read. I'm really looking forward to The English Wife by Lauren Willig that comes out later this month. I love loved her historical fiction that came out a year or two ago and this one looks like it has a bit of suspense mixed in.

  2. Jet Lag is rough. I hope it only takes a day or so for you.

    I will check out your post in the link. I did the same thing - left a link to my earlier post. :)