Saturday, October 3, 2020

State of the ARC [26]

 
State of the ARC is a monthly meme hosted by Avalinah at Avalinah's Books! It's an opportunity for readers to catch up on their long overdue ARCs, but right now I'm using it to keep up with my upcoming ARCs instead. It helps me stay organized! Edit: State of the ARC is currently being hosted by Sarah (All the Book Blog Names Are Taken) while Evelina is on hiatus.

The Clockwork Crow (The Clockwork Crow, #1) by Catherine Fisher (10/4) Review
The Times I Knew I Was Gay by Eleanor Crewes (10/6) Review
Premeditated Myrtle (Myrtle Hardcastle Mysteries) by Elizabeth C. Bunce (10/6)
How to Get Away with Myrtle (Myrtle Hardcastle Mysteries) by Elizabeth C. Bunce (10/6)
Broken Wish (The Mirror, #1) by Julie C. Dao (10/6) 

The Wrong Kind of Woman by Sarah McCraw Crow (10/6)
In a Holidaze by Christina Lauren (10/6)
AAAlligator! by Judith Henderson (10/6)
Old Man and the Penguin by Julie Abery (10/6) 
Black Sun (Between Earth and Sky, #1) by Rebecca Roanhorse (10/13)

Everything I Thought I Knew by Shannon Takaoka (10/13) 
The Emperor's Wolves (Wolves of Elantra, #1) by Michelle Sagara
A Golden Fury by Samantha Cohoe (10/13)
Beyond the Ruby Veil (Beyond the Ruby Veil, #1) by Mara Fitzgerald (10/13)
Poisoned by Jennifer Donnelly (10/20)

Long Way Down by Jason Reynolds (10/24)
Love & Olives (Love & Gelato, #3) by Jenna Evans Welch (11/10)
Chasing Lucky by Jenn Bennett (11/10)
The Boy Toy by Nicola Marsh (11/17)
Admission by Julie Buxbaum (12/1)

2021 Releases!

You Have a Match by Emma Lord (1/5)
The Wife Upstairs by Rachel Hawkins (1/5)
If I Disappear by Eliza Jane Brazier (1/26)
Outlawed by Anna North (1/26)
Make Up Break Up by Lily Menon (Sandhya Menon) (2/2)

Meet You in the Middle by Devon Daniels (2/2)
Amelia Unabridged by Ashley Schumacher (2/16)
The Initial Insult (The Initial Insult, #1) by Mindy McGinnis 🎧 (2/23) 
Float Plan by Trish Doller (3/2)
Act Your Age, Eve Brown (The Brown Sisters, #3) by Talia Hibbert (3/9)

The Girls Are All So Nice Here by Laurie Elizabeth Flynn (3/9)
When We Were Infinite by Kelly Loy Gilbert (3/9)
Malice by Heather Walter (4/13)
Slingshot by Mercedes Helnwein (4/27)

Where did all of these books come from??? 😅 

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9 comments:

  1. As for your past due, Long Way Down and Holidaze were both great for me. I enjoyed Everything I Thought I Knew too. It had a bit of a twist, and I am all for any book that reminds people how important organ donation is.

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    1. I hate how behind I am right now! In a Holidaze is one I'm really looking forward to picking up, so I'm happy to hear you enjoyed it. Their books have been hit or miss for me lately. Love books with a twist! <3

      My parents were SO MAD when I added "organ donor" to my DL. They said it meant paramedics and hospital personnel "would be less likely" to save my life because they want to harvest people's organs. (Yes, they are insane.)

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  2. Dude Holidaze looks fun, but maybe I just love that festive cover. Love and Olives is one I need to get to as well.

    How are your parents doing??

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    1. They're doing better. Sitting at home and watching television from what I can tell. 🤷🏻‍♀️

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  3. I can't wait to see what you think of In a Holidaze and Poison! Both of those sound amazing *fingers crossed*.
    Jen @ Star-Crossed Book Blog

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  4. Those books look so good! And what a great way to keep track of your ARC's.

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  5. Yes where did all those books come from?! :D

    Hihi the alligator one

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  6. I am laughing to myself because mine looks pretty much exactly the same- with many of the same books! If it helps at all, I enjoyed all the books I have read that we have in common! (Black Sun, Chasing Lucky, Golden Fury, so hopefully the upcoming ones will go well for us both!

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  7. I love The Clockwork Crow cover!!
    Aaalligator and The Old Man and The Penguin I've read and I found them both adorable.

    You have a LOT of books coming in October/November! (Not that you needed me to state that, lol.) Good luck! I'm betting it was from a load of releases getting pushed back at the start of the year?

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