Looking Foward to in 2016

Or perhaps more appropriately titled: We Will Give Almost Anything for an ARC of These 2016 Releases

Also possibly: Books on our TBR Lists that We Will Finally Get Around to Reading in 2016. We Promise. Really. Maybe. 

What Jennifer is Most Looking Forward to in 2016

A Brush of Wings, Karen Kingsbury

This is the third and final book in Kingsbury’s Angels Walking series. I can’t wait to see how it ends!

Fool Me Once, Harlan Coben

The next stand alone thriller from Harlan Coben. I’m looking forward to that “holy crap!” moment 😉

Reunion Pass, Emily March

The latest in March’s Eternity Springs series. I love the stories about this town and its residents. Can’t wait to see what’s next.

The Last Mile, David Baldacci

The Last Mile is book #2 in the Amos Decker series. Decker is not your typical hero–he’s not tall, dark or handsome. However, he’s a believable character that I enjoyed a lot and look forward to reading more about.

Books Dottie is Looking Forward to in 2016:


Cometh The Hour by Jeffrey Archer

The 6th installment in the Clifton Chronicles arrives in February.  Guaranteed to be a blockbuster like his others.

Fool Me Once by Harlan Coben

Every March I drop everything for my annual Harlan!

The Last Mile by David Baldacci

This follow-up (which I hope will be a series) to Memory Man, where we met Amos Decker is sure to be a thrilling read!

Jules’ Most Anticipated of 2016


The Killing Lessons by Saul Black

A Death in Sweden by Kevin Wignall

438 Days: An Extraordinary True Story of Survival at Sea by Jonathan Franklin


OMG I Can’t Wait to Read These Books! ❤ Jess

Of course, my most anticipated books of 2016 are new books by some of my favorite authors. Some have been officially announced and others are just books I hope to see this year.

In February I’ll be reading Brotherhood in Death by JD Robb. As always I can’t wait to dive back into Eve and Roarke’s world.

September brings new releases from Alyson Richman (The Velvet Hours) and Sonali Dev (book title not yet released) and both of these will be on my “most hunted galley’s of BEA” list too.

There have also been hints that one of my favorite Austen Authors, Abigail Reynolds is working on a new novel that will hopefully end up on my Kindle this year.

And most of all I’m keeping my fingers crossed that this will be the year we finally get to read Doors of Stone, the final book in Patrick Rothfuss‘ Kingkiller Chronicles. I know I know, but a girl can dream right?

But if all else fails and I actually decide to give in to my friends Adam and Craig, this may even be the year I read A Game of Thrones. Maybe. I’m still suffering from unfinished series phobia so it’s about a 50/50 chance.