Fictionophile’s 2023 Book Anticipation

As we start a new year, readers often look forward to the many wonderful titles on their TBRs that they really want to read. I’ve found that many of the novels on my most anticipated list are ones that I do not have review commitments for – and many are ones that have been highly recommended to me by other avid readers and bookbloggers.

This is tricky for me as I must at least attempt to honour my myriad review commitments in a timely fashion which leaves these other anticipated titles being shoved to the bottom of the queue…First off, I’m sharing SEVEN titles that I DO HAVE REVIEW COMMITMENTS for that I am highly anticipating:








Now… I’m sharing SEVEN titles that I do NOT have review commitments for that I really, really, really want to read:

About Fictionophile

Fiction reviewer ; Goodreads librarian. Retired library cataloger - more time to read! Loves books, gardening, and red wine. I have been a reviewer member of NetGalley since October 2013. I review titles offered by Edelweiss, and participate in blog tours with TLC Book Tours.
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14 Responses to Fictionophile’s 2023 Book Anticipation

  1. Carla says:

    Wrong Place, Wrong Time and We Begin at the End are both wonderful stories, I recommend them both, Lynne.

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  2. I honestly can’t pick which one you should bump up the list, they all look great – but I must say, you’ve totally hooked me with that blurb for You Should Have Known! It’s going on my wishlist right this second

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  3. Happy new year and happy reading, Lynne. Lots of reading pleasure awaits you.

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  4. I’m also highly anticipating The Soulmate and The Secret Book of Flora Lea. I loved Wrong Place, Wrong Time and think you will, too, Lynne.

    Enjoy💜

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  5. I can highly recommend both We Begin at the end and Wrong Place,Wrong Time. Hope you get to them soon Lynne!

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  6. I have read two older titles that you list, the Dervla McTiernan and the Milly Johnson. Both good.

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