TBR for 2013 (2013 releases)

Written By: Kellie - Jan• 10•13

the elite by kiera cassOn January 1st, I kicked off Snarky Bird Book Reviews. I also missed a Top Ten Tuesday I had been hoping to do. Books I want to read in 2013. So, without further delay, here are the 2013 releases I am most excited for, in no real order. I also have lots of books I need to read that were released before this year, but once I get into the realm of infinite possibilities, my head will just start spinning and no list making will actually get done. Here it is, my new release TBR for 2013 list.

The Essence by Kimberly Derting
I’m dying to read this one, because I loved how language-centric the first book in the series was. I was hoping to read this on my new tablet, but the Google store doesn’t seem to have it.

Splintered by A.G. Howard
Alice in Wonderland? Yes!

The Elite by Kiera Cass
Despite the comparisons to The Bachelor, I am really enjoying this series so far.
Pivot Point by Kasie West

Ink by Amanda Sun

I already have a copy of this, and I’ve even met Amanda (who is awesome!) I just need to find the time to read it.

the essence by kimberly derting

Unravel me by Tahereh Mafi
I need to read the novella she released first, but I’m excited for this book. The first was just okay, but I loved how the book ended off and can’t wait to find out what happens next.

Light by Michael GrantPODs by Michelle K. Pinkett
Love! this series. Read it. Seriously.

Mind Games by Kiersten White

Asunder by Jodi Meadows

The Archived by Victoria Schwab
Victoria Schwab seems like such a cool individual (if tweets are anything to judge by) and I’m excited to check out her debut.

I’m SURE there are a lot, a lot more… but that will be more than enough to get me started. Yay for books! If you’re looking for a few more ideas for what to read this year, you should check out this Goodreads list.

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  1. Okay, yes to the follow up to The Selection, I can’t wait!

    And yes, you NEED to read the novella of Destroy Me, because it really explains SO MUCH about Warner, who is pretty much the reason I’m continuing the series (Adam is hot and all, but fairly boring and Juliette is all I walked across the room (scratch out) I was flung across the room like a broken doll flung from the hands of a spoiled child).

    The Archived is a fantastic book- I read the arc and it was so unique and intricate, and I’m a fan. I get to meet Schwab later this month at a book signing!

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