Upcoming Books

New Books
New Books
New Books

I know this looks a bit bare right now but I’m still in the process of getting all these lists off the ground and I wanted to get this list up and running.

Eventually each listing will link to the author’s page/twitter/facebook and the publisher, but for the moment welcome to some upcoming books I’ve seen and been told about and am going to get.

This is also my wish list!

August 2022

  • The Dolphin House – Audrey Schulman – Europa Editions (11/08/22)
  • Frontier – Grace Curtis – Hodder Studio (11/08/22)
  • The Monsters We Defy – Leslye Penelope – Orbit (11/08/22)
  • The Voids – Ryan O’Connor – Scribe UK (11/08/22)
  • Black and Female. – Tsitsi Dangarembga – Faber (18/08/22)
  • The Change – Kirsten Miller – HQ (18/08/22)
  • Longshadow – Olivia Atwater – Orbit (18/08/22)
  • The Planyhunter – T L Mogford – Welbeck Fiction (18/08/22)
  • The Porcelain Doll – Kristen Loesch – Allison and Busby (18/08/22)
  • Sometimes I Just Won’t – Timothy Knapmann – MCB (18/08/22)
  • Without Warning and Only Sometimes – Kit de Waal – Tinder Press (18/08/22)
  • The Women Could Fly – Megan Giddings – Macmillan (18/08/22)
  • The Very Secret Society of Irregular Witches – Sangu Mandanna – Hodder & Staughton (23/08/22)
  • The Seven Moons of Maali Almedia – Shehan Karunatilaka (25/08/22)
  • Small Fires: An Epic in the Kitchen – Rebecca May Johnson – One (25/08/22)

September 2022

  • An Alternative History of Photography – Phillip Prodger – Prestel
  • Mina and the Slayers – Amy McCaw – UCLan Publishing
  • Visions of the Occult: An Untold Story of Art and Magic – Victoria Jenkins – Tate Publishing
  • Babel – R F Kuang – HarperVoyager (01/09/22)
  • The Elemental Detectives – Patrice Lawrence – Scholastic (01/09/22)
  • How Art Works: The Concepts Visually Explained – DK (01/09/22)
  • No Place for Monsters – Kory Merritt – Chicken House (01/09/22)
  • Nothing More to Tell – Karen M McManus – Penguin (01/09/22)
  • Small Things Like These – Claire Keegan – Faber & Faber (01/09/22)
  • The Wind May Blow – Sasha Quinton, Thomas Hegbrook (illus) – Little Tiger (01/09/22)
  • Wolfsong – TJ Klune – Tor (01/09/22)
  • Malarkoi – Alex Pheby – Galley Beggar Press (08/09/22)
  • Amongst Our Weapons – Ben Aaronovitch – Gollancz (15/09/22)
  • Glimpse – ed. Leone Ross – Peepal Tree (15/09/22)
  • Leila, the Perfect Witch – Flavia Z Drago – Walker Books (15/09/22
  • Silverweed Road – Simon Crook – HarperVoyager (15/09/22)
  • Bliss Montage – Ling Ma – Text Publishing (20/09/22)
  • Benevolence – Julie Janson – HarperVia (29/09/22)
  • Terry Pratchett: A Life with Footnotes – Rob Wilkins – Doubleday (29/09/22)

October 2022

  • The Fish – Joanne Stubbs – Fairlight Books (06/10/22)
  • The Green Man of Eshwood Hall – Jacob Kerr – Serpent’s Tail (06/10/22)
  • Manorism – Yomi Sode – Penguin (06/10/22)
  • Craft Britain – David Linley – OH Editions (13/10/22)
  • Wild: Tales from Early Medieval Britain – Amy Jeffs – Quercus (13/10/22)
  • The Whispering Dark – Kelly Andrew – Gollancz (20/10/22)
  • The Witch in the Well – Camilla Bruce – Bantam Press (20/10/22)
  • The 5000 Greatest Albums of All Time – Rolling Stone – Abrams (27/10/22)
  • Lapidarium: The Secret Life of Stones – Hettie Judah – John Murray (27/10/22)
  • The Lost Rainforests of Britain – Guy Shrubsole – William Collins (27/10/22)

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