Waiting on Wednesday: July 5th

Hi Munchworms!

Lately I’ve been busy creating a personal list. What kind of list? Of course! A list of books! Specifically, books that have yet to be published and that I would love to read one day.
It seemed only logical to keep a list like that. I want to try and pre-order some, as soon as I have enough book budget again, haha.

With that, I thought it would be good to share this list with you, step by step. Starting with the books coming out this week. Books that I thought looked interesting enough! Of course I had to think of a certain meme that had crossed my path a few times already: Waiting on Wednesday, which is hosted by Breaking the Spine.

The covers are links to the Goodreads-page of the books, so feel free to click them so you can add them to your TBR immediately!

July 9th

Afbeeldingsresultaat voor hear me now lisa de jongIf you’re reading this letter, I’m already gone.
He told me he was going to do it, and I didn’t believe him. 
I told him I would follow, but he left anyway. 
Sometimes, you love someone so much that living without them isn’t an option. Ty Wise was that person for me. 
Maybe this is selfish.
Maybe I should’ve stayed away when he asked. 
Maybe he should’ve listened to what I told him. 
Life is full of maybes.
Do you think he can hear me now?

July 11th

Afbeeldingsresultaat voor because you love to hate meIn this unique YA anthology, thirteen acclaimed, bestselling authors team up with thirteen influential BookTubers to reimagine fairy tales from the oft-misunderstood villains’ points of view.
These fractured, unconventional spins on classics like “Medusa,” Sherlock Holmes, and “Jack and the Beanstalk” provide a behind-the-curtain look at villains’ acts of vengeance, defiance, and rage–and the pain, heartbreak, and sorrow that spurned them on. No fairy tale will ever seem quite the same again!

Afbeeldingsresultaat voor i see london i see france sarah mlynowskiNineteen-year-old Sydney has the perfect summer mapped out. She’s spending the next four and half weeks traveling through Europe with her childhood best friend, Leela. Their plans include Eiffel-Tower selfies, eating cocco gelato, and making out with très hot strangers. Her plans do not include Leela’s cheating ex-boyfriend showing up on the flight to London, falling for the cheating ex-boyfriend’s très hot friend, monitoring her mother’s spiraling mental health via texts, or feeling like the rope in a friendship tug-of-war. 

 

Afbeeldingsresultaat voor the lake effect erin mccahan
lake effect | n.
The effect of any lake, especially the Great Lakes, in modifying the weather in nearby areas

It’s the summer after his senior year, and driven, focused Briggs Henry is ready to leave behind his ex-girlfriend, his comically aggressive grandmother, and his parents’ money troubles for Lake Michigan and its miles of sandy beaches. He’s lined up a summer job working as a personal assistant and living in a gorgeous Victorian on the water—exactly the kind of house Briggs plans to buy his parents once he’s a multi-millionaire. But when he arrives, his boss, the eccentric Mrs. Bosic, tells him to get dressed for her funeral. Uh . . . It’s the first of many funerals they’ll attend this summer—to hilarious and eye-opening effect. Add to this a new set of friends-cum-enemies-cum-friends-again, and Abigail, the mysterious girl next door on whom Briggs’s charms repeatedly fail, and “the lake effect” is beginning to take on a whole new meaning.

Afbeeldingsresultaat voor this is how it happened paula stokes
When Genevieve Grace wakes up from a coma, she can’t remember the car crash that injured her and killed her boyfriend Dallas, a YouTube star who had just released his first album. Genevieve knows she was there, and that there was another driver, a man named Brad Freeman, who everyone assumes is guilty. But as she slowly pieces together the night of the accident, Genevieve is hit with a sickening sense of dread—that maybe she had something to do with what happened.

As the internet rages against Brad Freeman, condemning him in a brutal trial by social media, Genevieve escapes to her father’s house, where she can hide from reporters and spend the summer volunteering in beautiful Zion National Park. But she quickly realizes that she can’t run away from the accident, or the terrible aftermath of it all.

Afbeeldingsresultaat voor What to Say Next by Julie Buxbaum
Sometimes a new perspective is all that is needed to make sense of the world.

KIT: I don’t know why I decide not to sit with Annie and Violet at lunch. It feels like no one here gets what I’m going through. How could they? I don’t even understand.

DAVID: In the 622 days I’ve attended Mapleview High, Kit Lowell is the first person to sit at my lunch table. I mean, I’ve never once sat with someone until now. “So your dad is dead,” I say to Kit, because this is a fact I’ve recently learned about her.

When an unlikely friendship is sparked between relatively popular Kit Lowell and socially isolated David Drucker, everyone is surprised, most of all Kit and David. Kit appreciates David’s blunt honesty—in fact, she finds it bizarrely refreshing. David welcomes Kit’s attention and her inquisitive nature. When she asks for his help figuring out the how and why of her dad’s tragic car accident, David is all in. But neither of them can predict what they’ll find. Can their friendship survive the truth?


So, what are your thoughts? Any of these books interesting to you? Maybe you even ordered one of them already? Let me know, so I can be jealous, since I haven’t!

Kathy

 

All pictures used in this blog were taken straight from "Google Images" using the title and author of the book. I claim no rights to these pictures whatsoever.
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