2023 Book Releases to Look Forward To

New year, new books. Now that we’re finally starting to see the bottom of our TBR piles, it’s time to start adding some 2023 book releases to the list.

This is a mix of fiction and non-fiction books that includes standalones and series follow-ups as well as first books of a new series.

The book follows sisters Iselia and Isolde as they discover the secrets of the fae world and fae magic.

Unseelie by Ivelisse Housman

How to Sell a Haunted House by Grady Hendrix

The plot kicks off after the death of the parents of siblings Louise and Mark Joyner who now have nothing but their childhood home to their name.

Written by Japanese author Maru Ayase and translated to English by Haydn Trowell, is about a woman who turns into a forest to give her husband a topic to write a novel about.

The Forest Brims Over by Maru Ayase

Wolifsh: Wolf, Self, and the Stories We Tell About Fear by Erica Berry

Wolves are deeply symbolic animals and in Wolfish, Erica Berry braids together all of the symbols and stories associated with these majestic creatures.

How to Think Like a Woman shifts the lens to the perspective of female philosophers such as Mary Wollstonecraft, a feminist writer and mother of Frankenstein author Mary Shelley.

How to Think Like a Woman by Regan Penaluna

The Climate Book by Greta Thunberg

This year is the year Greta Thunberg releases her book on climate disaster that looks at how climate change has devastated communities and how we can fight back.

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