New Releases I’m Excited About: Spring 2019 Historical Fiction

Posted January 23, 2019 by meezcarrie in historical, Most Anticipated Spring 2019, romance / 12 Comments

Hi friends! It’s time for a new season of new books! SO MANY GOOD BOOKS. I will never read them all in one lifetime but I’m going to give it my best effort 😉

Here is the schedule of posts for the week so you can zero in on your fave genre!

Monday: Contemporary Fiction (non-Amish & non-suspense)
Tuesday: Speculative/YA
TODAY: Historical Fiction
Thursday: Amish Fiction
Friday: Mystery/Suspense
Saturday: Non-Fiction

I’m doing this post a little differently than I usually do, and here’s why – loading each cover into the post – and then linking to Goodreads – takes FOREVER. And I don’t have the ‘takes-forever’ kind of time these days between Hope By the Book and JustRead Tours. SO, I’m hoping this new approach will still allow you to find out which books I’m most excited for AND save us all a little time 🙂

Click on the graphic below to go to my Goodreads shelf for Spring 2019 Historical Fiction (all the pretty covers!)

Books that didn’t have a Goodreads page yet

Matchmaker by Kari Trumbo (February)
Forsaking All Others
by Kari Trumbo (February)
When Shadows Break
by Kari Trumbo (March)
Saved by Grace
by Kari Trumbo (March)
Upon My Heart Forever
by Amber Lynn Perry (April)
Along a Tangled Path by Kari Trumbo (April)
A Lady Loves Much by Kari Trumbo (April)

My Fave Covers?

What about you? Which books did you add from my Goodreads shelf to yours? Which covers are your favorites?

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12 responses to “New Releases I’m Excited About: Spring 2019 Historical Fiction

  1. Rebecca Maney

    What a great way to share upcoming books. I did add a few novella collections to my shelf! And I can’t wait to see what kind of cover Amber Lynn Perry comes up with.

  2. Tracey Hagwood

    Very smart to use the link to your Goodreads shelf, great timesaver for you. We matched on a good number of your spring reading shelf choices, but what really caught my eye was 3,469 books on your want-to-read shelf! Whew, I’d have to live to be at least 100 to read that many, good thing you’re a fast reader.

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