Saturday, July 3, 2021

State of the ARC [32]

State of the ARC is a monthly meme hosted by Avalinah at Avalinah's Books! It's an opportunity for readers to catch up on their long overdue ARCs, but right now I'm using it to keep up with my upcoming ARCs instead. It helps me stay organized! Edit: State of the ARC is currently being hosted by Sarah (All the Book Blog Names Are Taken) while Evelina is on hiatus.
Shoulder Season by Christina Clancy (7/6)
The Bone Code (Temperance Brennan, #20) by Kathy Reichs (7/6)
Falling by T.J. Newman (7/6)
Kill All Your Darlings by David Bell (7/6)
Where It All Lands by Jennie Wexler (7/6)

Six Crimson Cranes (Six Crimson Cranes, #1) by Elizabeth Lim (7/6)
One Great Lie by Deb Caletti (7/6)*
The Right Side of Reckless by Whitney D. Grandison (7/13)
Flash Fire (The Extraordinaries, #2) by T.J. Klune (7/13)
Weird Kid by Greg Van Eekhout (7/20) ๐ŸŽง

When We Were Young by Richard Roper (7/20)
Heartbreak for Hire by Sonia Hartl (7/27)
Godspeed by Nickolas Butler
The Dead and the Dark by Courtney Gould (8/3)
Stowaway by John David Anderson (8/3) ๐ŸŽง
Ghosts by Dolly Alderton (8/3)*
Where the Truth Lies by Anna Bailey (8/3)
Love and the Silver Lining (State of Grace, #2) by Tammy L. Gray (8/3)

The Show Girl by Nicola Harrison (8/10)
Paper & Blood (Ink & Sigil, #2) by Kevin Hearne (8/10)
The King of Infinite Space by Lyndsay Faye (8/10)
Velvet Was the Night by Silvia Moreno-Garcia (8/17)
Wildwood Whispers by Willa Reece (8/17)

Enola Holmes and the Black Barouche (Enola Holmes, #7) by Nancy Springer (8/31)
Never Saw You Coming by Erin Hahn (9/7)
Nice Girls by Catherine Dang (9/7)
Never Saw Me Coming by Vera Kurian (9/7)
Certain Dark Things by Silvia Moreno-Garcia (9/7)
Major Detours: A Choices Novel by Zachary Sergi (9/7)

The Charm Offensive by Alison Cochrun (9/7)
When Sparks Fly by Helena Hunting (9/21)
Iron Widow (Iron Widow, #1) by Xiran Jay Zhao

Some Faraway Place (The Bright Sessions, #3) by Lauren Shippen (9/28)
The Santa Suit by Mary Kay Andrews (9/28)
Cold-Blooded Myrtle (Myrtle Hardcastle Mysteries, #3) by Elizabeth C. Bunce (10/5)
Remember Me by Estelle Laure (10/12)
Bright Ruined Things by Samantha Cole (10/26)
You've Reached Sam by Dustin Thao (11/2)
Heard It in a Love Song by Tracey Garvis Graves (11/2)
The Family by Naomi Krupitsky (11/2)*
Dreams Lie Beneath by Rebecca Ross (11/2) ๐ŸŽง
Never Fall for Your Fiancรฉe (The Merriwell Sisters, #1) by Virginia Heath  (11/9)

Within These Wicked Walls by Lauren Blackwood (11/9)
The Wedding Ringer by Kerry Rea (11/9)*
The Audacity of Sara Grayson by Joani Elliot (12/1)*
If This Gets Out by Sophie Gonzales, Cale Dietrich (12/7)
A History of Wild Places by Shea Ernshaw (12/7)
Reckless Girls by Rachel Hawkins (1/4)

*there's conflicting information about this book's release date

Soooo many good books coming up! I can't wait to dive into them all. Are any of these on your TBR? Which releases are you most looking forward to reading?


  1. I read Where It All Lands, which broke my heart, and am currently reading The Right Side of Reckless (so far, so good). I have Heartbreak for Hire coming up and am excited. It sounds fun. I have a few of the others to read, but I gotta finish my July books (almost there!) before I worry about Sept - Dec.

    1. I'm still working through some of my June books! ๐Ÿ˜… I started July off on the right foot, but I'm starting to fall behind. I need more time in a day! Glad to hear you've enjoyed the books you've read. ๐Ÿ˜Š

  2. You have a lot of books coming up! Hope you enjoy them all.

    I have 0. I had The Love hypothesis and that was it. I'm trying to work on my physical TBR pile and I have several library holds coming up. Probably all at once lol

    Karen @For What It's Worth

    1. Oooh! Want to help me read what I have? Haha! I have to keep myself from getting library books when we go, because I don't want to add to my overwhelming TBR. And you KNOW your library holds will pop up within a day of each other.


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