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Buzz Books 2019: Fall/Winter

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This got me very excited for several upcoming releases and gave a lot of detail on each book as well. Excellent!
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It's nice to read some excerpts from books that are coming out, to see what's interesting to read and review fully.
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As always, fun to get previews of upcoming books to make my turn and library wish list. I don't actually understand why these collections need reviews.
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How I LOVE these buzz book issues. I always look forward to getting a sneak preview of the books to come and, once again, have added a plethora of books to my to-read pile. It is going to be an exciting season!
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It's great to be able to see what books are coming out this fall and winter.  So many great books and too little time!
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This is the first time I utilized a resource like this.  I would highly recommend using this.  It gave me a great place to add to my TBR for Fall and Winter!
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Thanks for the opportunity to see what I will be buying and reading in the Fall and Winter. Lots of good ones.
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Thanks for the great opportunity to preview books that will be published in the Fall/Winter. Some great previews that have become part of my to be Read stack!
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Many thanks to NetGalley and Publisher’s Lunch for an ARC in exchange for an honest review. My opinions are 100% my own and independent of receiving a copy of Buzz Books Falls Winter 2019 in advance.

Fall is the biggest season publishing has. There is so much to look forward to. Buzz books, for those that don’t know, is a selection of the best of what is being released for that season. There is one for young adults and one for romance and this one which covers the rest of adults books. Not only do they provide a list of what is being released, there is a selection of excerpts so that you can make a decision as to whether or not you like it. They come out twice a year spring/summer and fall/winter. 

This season does not disappoint. There are new books by JoJo Moyes, Kevin Wilson, and Jeanette Winters. Eoin Colfer, famous for his Artemis Fowl series, has an adult offering and The Perks of Being  a Wallflower’s Stephen Chbosky’s long awaited and highly anticipated second book, Imaginary Friend, will finally arrive. The sequel to The Handmaid’s Tale by Margaret Atwood called The Testaments and so much more from well known authors to highlighted debuts. There are 12 memoirs and 2 notable true crime plus pages of other non fiction selections. Honestly there are 22 pages of what Publishers consider to be the best of what is coming out.

There are 34 excerpts of fiction to choose from and 11 excerpts of non fiction so you can get a sense of what you might like and what there is to look forward to. Honestly, I have to stop getting these because my TBR (to be read) list grows exponentially there is so much to choose from. But go through every selection I did, just in case there was something I might miss. I also like to see what’s new in series that I have been following from more established authors. I highly suggest getting this season’s Buzz Books for the excerpts alone. Really interesting choices, I’m sure you will find your next favorite read right here!
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I can't wait for so many of these new releases to hit the stores! Many great titles by great authors - including both seasoning authors and debuts. I've added so many books to my TBR!
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This was very helpful in planning out my winter reading!  This guide contains a list of upcoming fiction and nonfiction books including a number of book excerpts.  While I already had several of my favorite authors preordered, I found several I wasn't aware of including Malcolm Gladwell's new book. I also noted several titles in the debut section.  After reading through this guide, I have quite a list added to my TBR! 

Thank you to Netgalley and the publisher for this review copy.
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I always love reading every book in the "Buzz Books" series! They always give me like 10 books to add to my never-ending TBR list. I only gave it 4 stars because I'm so tired of over half of the books being about politics, race, sexual orientation, etc. It's getting a little overplayed.
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So glad to be able to read extracts of upcoming books and to discover new-to-me authors that I might enjoy.
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Love these lists! Love to know what to look forward to reading in the upcoming future. Thanks NetGalley for allowing me to read this book in exchange for an honest review!
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So many great things to add to the TBR pile from this book.  I appreciate the opportunity for the sneak peek!   It will be a great fall/winter book season this year.
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I always love getting snapshots of upcoming books like this. The one im most looking forward to is Eion Colfer’s new release.
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This is my first time reading these previews and I loved it. I have made my fall/winter TBR from them. Can't wait to read them when they come out!!!
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I always love these sneak peeks at upcoming books—they definitely help me discover new to me authors and get me excited for what I'll be reading soon!!  Thank you!!
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What I need to do is quit my job and start reading full time! Yes!, that’s me dreaming again. But for now I’ll settle for every spare second my family will let me read! 🤨
Book Buzz 2019, great reads was a glimpse in each book on this list. I’ve added some of them to my TBR pile and can’t wait for some of them to come out! 
I didn’t find all of them interesting to me, but I think a lot of them are going to be GREAT reads! 

These are my thoughts on a few: 

	•	Clay M Chapman, “The Remaking” seems very promising. 
	•	Stephen Chbosky, “ Imaginary Friend” seems scary....I’m scared! 
	•	Tracy Chevalier, “A Single Thread”  looks promising and I love WW2 books. 
	•	Meg W Clayton, “The Last Train to London” looks promising. 
	•	Jeanine Cummins, “American Dirt” is a must read! 
	•	Jojo Moyes, “The Giver of the Stars”, I HAVE TO READ THIS NOW! 
	•	 Olaf Olafsson, “The Sacrament” looks good. 
	•	Susannah Cahalan, “The Great Pretender”. I really want to read this! 
This is a NETGALLEY gift and all opinions are my own.
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What a great opportunity to get advance peeks at upcoming books!  I lean towards fiction typically, but was quickly drawn into most of the non-fiction stories.  It looks like a great group of upcoming fall reads.
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