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  • Another great edition

    Many thanks to NetGalley and Publisher’s Lunch for an ARC in exchange for an honest book review. All thoughts and opinions are 100% my own and independent of receiving an advance copy. Publishing has been in a bit of a funk lately (like everything else) because of COVID. Book releases have been delayed and even though there have been new releases, there hasn’t been the huge spring/summer influx that we have seen in previous years. This has been a shot in the arm that I needed to get excited about the new books coming out in the fall/winter season. Of course, my TBR list took a bit hit. It had been looking pretty sparse lately, not that I was complaining, but it was nice to get excited about upcoming new releases. There are a couple of advantages that Buzz Books offers. One, it is a one stop shopping catalogue, if you enjoy going through the long list. The list is divided up into sections, making it easy to pick what you like. For example, if you aren’t into nonfiction, politics, then you can easily skip that section. I waded through the first few categories which are basically all fiction, it is just split up into things like Debut authors, Highly Anticipated, Emerging Voices. For me, that is all one big category. The other thing I love about Buzz Books is that it has Commercial Fiction, which helps me stay up-to-date on all of my series that have new books coming out. This season there is John Grisham, Michael Connelly, Jeffrey Archer, Sandra Brown, Janet Evanovich, Vince Flynn, Robert Galbraith, Ken Follett, Danielle Steel, Elin Hilderbrand, Mary Higgins Clark, and Lisa Jewell just to name a few. There was a nice selection of excerpts from upcoming releases that you can read a few chapters from and get a sense of whether or not you would like to add it to your list. These are lesser known authors but ones that have a lot of positive buzz around their releases. If you are a member of NetGalley you can click through and request an ARC for those you are interested in. Sometimes, if you are lucky, the link will allow you to read it rather than make a request. This fall there might not be the plethora of books they usually release, but there is still an abundance of great books in every genre. I really am excited for the upcoming season because if we are under quarantine again, at least I will have some new books to keep me company.

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