A Few of the Best Novels I’m Anticipating, Part 2!


Hello, and welcome to Finding Wonderland. Anytime we ring in a new year, it means there are new stories about to hit our TBRs, and the anticipation of those new reads is always high. This is why, at this time of year, gobs of bloggers find it most fun to take a look at what’s to come and share an ‘anticipated reads of 2020, part one’ kind of list.

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Earlier this week, I shared a few (nine I think…!) of the books I’m most excited to see on my eventual TBR (for the first half of the year), and today I’m sharing a few more over on Finding Wonderland’s booktube channel. In said video I talk about five (or so) additional titles (to the publication here) and mention a sixth that I doubled up on because apparently I don’t pay close enough attention to the content I create…!

Needless to say, no matter the number, there are always a ton of anticipatory reads to look forward to each year. The best (or worst?) thing about these lists is the realization that these aren’t even all of the books that will arrive to stir excitement on my bookshelf in 2020. Some will be Indie books that don’t get much lead time (meaning I can’t anticipate them in the way I can with a traditional published novel), and there are some that are kept under wraps… just because.

Anyway… with all that said, you can visit the channel to see the new video. Or visit ‘part 1’ here to see what I shared earlier this week.

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It’s now your turn to share here, what are YOU most anticipating in the first half of 2020? Do you have an ‘anticipated reads of 2020, part one’ type list? Is there anything that stirred that bookworm excitement? Comment all of your picks below!

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About Rissi JC

amateur graphic designer. confirmed bookaholic. bubbl’r enthusiast. critical thinker. miswesterner. social media coordinator. writer.

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