Monday, 30 October 2017

My Favourite October 2017 Releases

October was a banner month for book releases! Not only was it my own personal publishing debut, The Unofficial Guide to Surviving Life With Boys was released during the same month as some of my other favourites for the year.

A Newfoundlander in Canada by Alan Doyle - Alan Doyle (frontman from Great Big Sea) is back with a second memoir about his first experiences off the island of Newfoundland as he travelled in the early days of Great Big Sea. You can see my full review here.

The Last Mrs. Parrish by Liv Constantine - An engaging thriller about a girl who manipulates to get the life she's always dreamed of...with a twist. Check out my review here and read chapter one here.

The Unofficial Guide to Surviving Life With Boys by Various Authors - 35 mom bloggers have gotten together to each tell you a hilarious and/or heartwarming story about being a boy mom. You can read more about it here. Plus I'm one of the contributors!

Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban, by JK Rowling (Illustrated Edition) - I love these illustrated editions of the Harry Potter series. The art and beauty in these books are second to none. Jim Kay's art is such a gift to the Harry Potter world.

Brooding YA Hero by Broody McHottiepants (Carrie DiRisio) - This is a satire novel that lovingly pokes fun at the young adult hero in the very best way. A hilarious look at the YA tropes that we equally cringe at and love.

The Last Christmas in Paris by Hazel Gaynor and Heather Webb - Earlier this year I read my first Hazel Gaynor novel, The Cottingley Secret, and loved it. I have a soft spot for historical fiction, Paris, and romance, so a book with all three is bound to make it to my TBR pile.

Seven Days of Us by Francesca Hornak - An eclectic family is stuck in quarantine over Christmas. Tensions rises and secrets are revealed. This is on my TBR list for December!

Everything is Awful by Matt Bellassai - I love Matt Bellassai's "To Be Honest" video series, so I can't wait to read his book. I'm sure it will be just as hilarious!


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