Five Reads for 2021

Happy New Year, book friends! With all the craziness going on in the world I turned to books for more comfort more than ever this year, and I have made no bones about it – my 2020 reading was all-around amazing! I read 100 books: new releases and backlist titles; self-published and traditionally published. Many of these I would consider “really good” or “great”, and a few even found their way onto my all-time favorites list.

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Most Anticipated Reads of 2021

It is that time of year again. Here are all of the books I could compile that, at the very least, I have seen the book community is longing for going into in 2021. The list is in chronological order for your TBR’s convenience. This took a few days and obviously doesn’t encompass everything releasing in 2021, but I feel that is is a pretty good picture of what we can expect!

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Top Reads of 2020

What’s up everyone. The end of the year has arrived and with it comes the season of lists. Best movies, TV shows, songs, books, etc. of 2020.

Below I have compiled our reviewers’ Top Reads of the year. A majority of covers have links to reviews if you would like to see why we loved each and every one of our choices. Others have general Goodreads links.

2020 took us over the 75k hit milestone, saw new reviewers hitting the ground running, brought along a massive virtual convention, began a YouTube channel for author chatting, saw tons of glowing reviews, beautiful cover reveals, and much more.

Without further ado, check out our Top Reads of 2020 below. Let us know if you jive with any of our choices, or if there are any books that we didn’t include that you loved!

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Review / Q&A: Black Canary: Breaking Silence (DC Icons #5) by Alexandra Monir

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Review: Remote Control by Nnedi Okorafor

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