January/February 2023 Releases I’m Excited About!

Hello everybody! Today, I’m sharing the January and February releases that I am hoping to read, at some point. My tbr is ridiculous and I don’t get to everything within release year, but I try hard, and a great book is a great book even if you are late to the party. So without further ado, here’s a stupidly long list!


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Spelling Purple in Books

Hello everybody! So, last year I did a post every single month where I spelled out months with book titles, and I wanted to keep the tradition going but change things up a bit.

I’ve asked friends and followers for some suggestions and have a couple but need more, so if you see this please do send one in! Anyway, onto our first word of the year, purple!


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MORGAN OWEN: THE BEST YA DEBUTS OF 2022

Hello everybody! Blogmas is sadly over, but I do have one last bonus post from 2022 debut YA author Morgan Owen to share with you before we call time properly. Onto the post!


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Post_Apocalyptic Reads to make you believe in humanity in 2023 by Melissa Welliver

Hello everybody! For today’s second post, we have Melissa Welliver to talk about books she’s looking forward to in 2023, with a bit of a twist. Onto the post!


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What makes a good Christmas song? by Kate S. Martin

Hello everybody! Today, I have a post from Kate Martin to share with you, about why we love Christmas songs generally and her personal favourites. Onto the post!


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Books I’d gift my characters this Christmas by Louise Finch

Hello everybody! Today, for blogmas day 28’s first post , we have YA author Louise Finch with a post about the books she’d have given her characters as Christmas presents. Onto the post!


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Charlie Frith’s Haunted Christmas by Rosie Talbot

Hello everybody! Who’s ready for some late night blogmas action? This is a post from Rosie Talbot, author of the rather spooky Sixteen Souls, so it only felt right to hold it back till a bit later in the day. Onto the post!


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A Very Merry Toronto Christmas by Aislinn O’ Loughlin

Hello everybody! Today, I have another post about how characters would spend the festive season, and this time it is by Aislinn O’ Loughlin. Her book Big Bad Me might seem like a Halloween book, but it is in fact very wintry. Onto the post!


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How Our Characters Will Spend Christmas by Katharine and Elizabeth Corr

Hello everybody! For today’s blogmas, we have amazing sibling writing duo Kate and Liz Corr, with a post about how the characters from their most recent book. I haven’t read it yet, but I’m even more excited to after this. Onto the post!


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How the characters from You Can Trust Me spend Christmas by Gina Blaxill

Hello everybody! For today’s blogmas- day 15, so that’s basically halfway through, sob sob- we have Gina Blaxill, who has written about the Christmas after the events of her (amazing) YA thriller You Can Trust Me. As such, here is your official SPOILER WARNING if you have not read it. Go do that then come back and read this, okay? Onto the post!


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