Sunday Book Club: Wishin’ and Waitin’

Posted March 5, 2017 by meezcarrie in Sunday Book Club / 33 Comments

Happy Sunday to you!

Today on the Book Club, let’s talk about the books we’re waiting on – and wishing their release dates would hurry up and get here!!

One of the big ones for me is Sara Ella’s Unraveling, the next book in her Unblemished series. It doesn’t come out until July though. Argh.

A couple more are True to You by Becky Wade, Looking Glass Lies by Varina Denman, and The Noble Servant by Melanie Dickerson  – all in May. A little closer 😀

Ok, now it’s your turn. What books are you wishing and waiting for?

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33 responses to “Sunday Book Club: Wishin’ and Waitin’

  1. Another Becky Wade fan right here:) also, Beth Wisemans third book in her Amish Secret Series called Home All Along. So many more other ones I could name, like the Latest in the Baxter Family Series from Karen Kingsbury, the finale in Amy Clipstons latest series. The list goes on and on….

  2. Rachael Merritt

    The sequel to Blackstock’s wonderful cliff hanger If I Run, If I’m Found. I’ve been desperately waiting since the hanging by a thread ending!! I believe it releases this month!

  3. I’m looking forward to “Count Me In” by Mikal Dawn, “Lady Jayne Disappears” by Joanna Davidson Politano, and “Someplace Familiar” by Teresa Tysinger!

  4. Andrea Stephens

    I’m waiting for Melissa Jagears “A Love So True” it comes out in May.
    And on my wishlist is Karen Witemeyer’s “Heart on the Line” it comes out in June but it’s a little out of my budget so I’ll have to wait and see if it goes on sale.
    I was anxiously waiting for “The Illusionist’s Apprentice” by Kristy Cambron (I pre-ordered it) that comes out this week, then much to my surprise, I was approved for it on NetGalley and got to read it last week! It’s so good!

  5. I’m eagerly awaiting Firstborn, Tosca Lee’s sequel to The Progeny as well as the upcoming releases my Kate Breslin and Tessa Afshar’s story of the biblical Lydia.

  6. Jeanne Bishop

    I have these two on pre-order: “An Inconvenient Beauty” by Kristi Ann Hunter and “A Dangerous Legacy” by Elizabeth Camden. I don’t want to wish my life away, but my goodness, September and October can’t come soon enough. LOL!

  7. Winnie Thomas

    I’m anxiously awaiting a lot of the same ones mentioned, along with new ones by Kara Isaac, Nicole Deese, and Sarah M. Eden. Luckily, I have a few (hundred) others to read in between. LOL

    I’m also eagerly awaiting a certain bookish event occuring on August 12 called Christian Fiction Reader’s Retreat where I’m hoping to meet in person a bunch of amazing Christian Fiction authors, my BFFF Carrie Schmidt and lots of other Facebook friends. I hear there are only a few spots open for readers if anyone wants to attend. You can check it out on the right side of Carrie’s blog here. I hope you don’t mind this shameless plug, Carrie!

  8. Tracey Hagwood

    I went and looked on my “coming in 2017” wish list on Amazon and I have more than 20 books I’m within’ and waiting’ or between now and Oct., LOL.
    A few of the highly anticipated one’s by my favorite authors are:

    True to You/Becky Wade in May
    Peace in the Valley/Ruth Logan Herne
    Threads of Suspicion/Dee Henderson

    Sweetbriar Cottage/Denise Hunter in June
    Bread of Angels/Tessa Afshar

    On Love’s Gentle Shore/Liz Johnson in July
    A Matter of Trust/Susan May Warren

    To Wager Her Heart/Tamera Alexander in August
    The Two of Us/Victoria Bylin

    Blind Spot/Dani Pettrey in October
    Dangerous Illusions/Irenne Hannon

    • Carrie

      oh! yes! All of these are on my “waiting on” list too!! so many great books coming up!

  9. Courtney Vorel

    Carrie, I am so grateful for your blog! I have enjoyed so many of the books that you have recommended. I too am eagerly awaiting the newest Becky Wade and I had no idea that Melanie Dickerson has one coming out in May, too. YAY!!! I feel like I just binge-read the first two in her Regency Spies of London series and was so very sad when they were over because they were SO, SO good!!!

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