Friday, April 1, 2022

State of the ARC [34]

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.

At Least You Have Your Health by Madi Sinha (4/5)
The Sign for Home by Blair Fell (4/5)
This May End Badly by Samantha Markum (4/12)
Like a House on Fire by Lauren McBrayer (4/26)
Birds of California by Katie Cotugno (4/26)

Alcatraz vs. the Evil Librarians (Alcatraz Versus the Evil Librarians, #1) by Brandon Sanderson (5/3)
I Kissed Shara Wheeler by Casey McQuiston (5/3)
Every Summer After by Carley Fortune (5/10)
Starry-Eyed Love (Spark House, #2) by Helena Hunting (5/10)

Primal Animals by Julia Lynn Rubin (5/24)
Desperately Seeking a Duchess (All the Duke's Sins, #2) by Christi Caldwell (5/24)

Fake It Till You Bake It by Jamie Wesley (6/21)
Gilt by Jamie Brenner (6/21)
This Vicious Grace (The Last Finestra, #1) by Emily Thiede (6/28)
One of the Girls by Lucy Clarke (6/28)
A Shoe Story by Jane L. Rosen (6/28)

Tomorrow, and Tomorrow, and Tomorrow by Gabrielle Zevin (7/5)
Any Other Family by Eleanor Brown (7/12)
What Moves the Dead by T. Kingfisher (7/12)
Some of It Was Real by Nan Fischer (7/26)

The Stars Between Us by Cristin Terrill (8/2)
Bend Toward the Sun by Jen Devon  (8/9)
Ruthless (Immortal Enemies, #2) by Gena Showalter (8/9)
Luck and Last Resorts (Love, Lists & Fancy Ships, #2) by Sarah Grunder Ruiz (8/9)

Hear Me by Kerry O'Malley Cerra (9/6)
The Make-Up Test by Jenny L. Howe (9/13)


  1. I've heard such great things about Dark Stars!

    1. Good to know! I immediately thought of you when I received a review copy, lol. <3


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