Top Off Your TBR: June 2022 Edition

[fa icon="calendar'] Jun 6, 2022 11:29:24 AM / by Suzanne posted in coming up,

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Happy Pride Month!

I'm at a loss for words and my personal life is in a state of upheaval, so I'm just sending rainbow vibes and a big book list. Hope you find something great to read!

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Top Off Your TBR: May 2022 Edition

[fa icon="calendar'] May 10, 2022 3:18:47 PM / by Suzanne posted in coming up,

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Happy May, everyone! I just finished with school for the semester and we're preparing for a big move, so things have been a bit hectic around here. I read a bunch of books out this month, however, so I've written a little about them in this post instead of highlighting my most anticipated picks like I usually do. (Probably back to normal next month.)

It's easy to sink into despair these days, but I'm really glad you're here and that we can still talk about books. It's connection, small moments and the things that bring us joy that'll carry us through. I'm wishing you a rejuvenating spring (season or water source, you choose) and maybe even a picnic with one of these new books!

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Top Off Your TBR: April 2022 Edition

[fa icon="calendar'] Apr 7, 2022 1:36:05 PM / by Suzanne posted in coming up,

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It's April 7 and I've got the April TBR post up! Yes, it's still a week late but I'm taking my wins where I can these days.

I'm excited to wrap up school for the year and get my hands in the soil. It's been a long winter and I think we all need to touch some grass.

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Top Off Your TBR: March 2022 Edition

[fa icon="calendar'] Mar 26, 2022 4:11:53 PM / by Suzanne posted in coming up,

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This post is obviously incredibly late. I'd love to say that the April one will be more timely, but I'm not at all able to promise that.

One positive, however, is that I've been able to catch some of the books with delayed releases. This seems to be increasing again and I encourage you to check your pre-orders for updates.

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Top Off Your TBR: February 2022 Edition

[fa icon="calendar'] Feb 9, 2022 8:15:44 PM / by Suzanne posted in coming up,

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Happy February! It's that time of year, so the virtual panels are everywhere and it's a glorious thing. Avoid the thinkpieces, embrace the presentations!

I want to specifically call attention to the virtual panel Milwaukee Public Library is holding on February 22:

"Celebrate the release of Black Love Matters - an incisive, intersectional essay anthology that celebrates and examines romance and romantic media through the lens of Black readers, writers, and cultural commentators - with special guests editor and librarian Jessica Pryde, best-selling author Beverly Jenkins, and host of Romance Ever After Allie Parker. Exploring the multifaceted ways love is seen-and the ways it isn't-this diverse array of Black voices collectively shines a light on the power of crafting happy endings for Black lovers. "

This is going to be so great and if you're able to attend, definitely sign up!

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Top Off Your TBR: January 2022 Edition

[fa icon="calendar'] Jan 10, 2022 12:23:46 PM / by Suzanne posted in coming up,

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It's 2022 and we're still in a pandemic. I'm tired and grumpy and I'm sure you are, too. But hey, we've got books!

Before we get to the list, I want to let you know I'm making a couple of changes to these posts. For one, I won't be compiling monthly lists over at Bookshop anymore. Folks aren't using them and it seems a misuse of my time. Second, I started making lists over at Amazon. Let me know what you'd like in the future!

I'm wishing you a year full of moments of joy and wonder, and the ability to hold onto those moments amidst the chaos.

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Top Off Your TBR: December 2021 Edition

[fa icon="calendar'] Dec 1, 2021 8:30:00 AM / by Suzanne posted in coming up,

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One last TBR post as we send off 2021!

The whole list is collected over at Amazon and Bookshop for your convenience.

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Top Off Your TBR: November 2021 Edition

[fa icon="calendar'] Nov 13, 2021 7:52:12 PM / by Suzanne posted in coming up,

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Happy mid-November! Here is a very late edition of my Top Off Your TBR list.

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Top Off Your TBR: October 2021 Edition

[fa icon="calendar'] Oct 1, 2021 6:36:34 PM / by Suzanne posted in coming up,

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October is the best month because

1) it's my birthday month

2) all the spooky and spoopy books come out

3) apples

Turns out, publishing is (mostly) on my side here. If only we could keep all the Christmas books out of my Halloween time...

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Top Off Your TBR: September 2021 Edition

[fa icon="calendar'] Sep 4, 2021 7:38:14 PM / by Suzanne posted in coming up,

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I feel this every month, but this time I fear it's more true than ever: what follows is a list of books coming out in September, of which I will read very few.

I started graduate school at the end of August and between that, my job, my kids and my other commitments, I'm going to be reading a lot less fiction. And even less writing about it. We'll see how this goes for Love in Panels.

The best thing though, is that books don't expire! I'm going to continue making these lists because hey, I still want to know what's coming out... and adding to TBR Mountain.

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