2022 Bookish Hype Train

2022 will continue to slap as far as reading goes. So many old faves releasing new work, several new blog interviews to come. You are in for a year that will turn that to be read list into a to be read horde.

The 2022 Blog Interviews

These are in chronological order.

  • All the White Spaces by Ally Wilkes (January)
  • Base Notes by Lara Elena Donnelly (February)
  • Flotsam by R.J. Theodore (February)
  • I Am The Ghost In Your House by Mar Romasco Moore (April)
  • One Hand to Hold, One Hand to Carve by M. Shaw (April)
  • Under Fortunate Stars by Ren Hutchings (May)
  • The Many Half-Lived Lives of Sam Sylvester by Maya MacGregor (May)
  • Hell Followed With Us by A.J. White (June)
  • Wrath Goddess Sing by Maya Deane (June)
  • The Sleepless by Victor Manibo (June)
  • Just Like Home by Sarah Gailey (July)
  • The Bruising of Qilwa by Naseem Jamnia (August)
  • The Bone Weaver by Aden Polydoros (September)
  • The Surviving Sky by Kritika H. Rao (October)
  • The Scratch Daughters by H.A. Clarke (November)
  • Black Diamond (The Southern Gothic #2) by Magen Cubed
  • Necessary Chaos by Brent Lambert (Fall)
  • I Never Liked You Anyway by Jordan Kurella (Fall)
  • Let These Mountains Be My Grave by Francesca Tacchi (Fall)

22 Books I am Excited to See Come Out in 2022

  1. Mr. Gaunt and Other Uneasy Encounters by John Langan (January)
  2. The Kindred by Alecia Dow (January)
  3. Cherish Farrah by Bethany C. Morrow (February)
  4. Dead Collections by Isaac Fellman (Feburary)
  5. Extasia by Claire Legrand (February)
  6. The Fervor by Alma Katsu (April)
  7. Boys, Beasts, and Men by Sam J. Miller (May)
  8. Brotherhood by Mike Chen (May)
  9. The Ghosts of Rose Hill by R.M. Romero (May)
  10. The Honeys by Ryan La Sala (May)
  11. The Stardust Thief by Chelsea Abdulla (May)
  12. You, Me, and Your Heartstrings by Melissa See (May)
  13. For the Throne by Hannah Whitten (June)
  14. Juniper & Thorn by Ava Reid (June)
  15. Siren Queen by Nghi Vo (June)
  16. A Prayer for the Crown-Shy by Becky Chambers (July)
  17. Babel, or The Necessity of Violence: An Arcane History of the Oxford Translators’ Revolution by R.F. Kuang (August)
  18. The Oleander Sword by Tasha Suri (August)
  19. Gingerbread Witch by Alexandra Overy (September)
  20. Nona the Ninth by Tamsyn Muir (September)
  21. The Ones We Burn by Rebecca Mix (November)
  22. Nothing Sung and Nothing Spoken by Nita Tyndall (Fall)

RIP to your TBR lists.

Happy reading,


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