On the Come Up by Angie Thomas (February 5th)
In her follow up to The Hate U Give author Angie Thomas tells the story of sixteen year old Bri, who wants to become a famous rapper. Meanwhile her hip hop legend father is dead, her mother is having difficulty keeping food on the table, and Bri finds herself at the center of a huge controversy.
Bowlaway by Elizabeth McCracken (February 5th)
Fans of Alice Hoffman will love this story of an unconventional woman with a mysterious background that settles in a small New England town and starts a bowling alley that eventually becomes a major town establishment.
I Owe You One by Sophie Kinsella (February 5th)
Fixie Farr works with her siblings at their father's business but it's not exactly her dream job. A chance encounter with a stranger might just challenge Fixie to put herself first for once, and maybe even find love in the process.
The Priory of the Orange Tree by Samantha Shannon (February 26th)
Looking for a new epic fantasy with romance, diplomacy, pirates,and dragons? Samantha Shannon's newest book has all of that and more.
The Island of Sea Women by Lisa See (March 5th)
The world of the fascinating and courageous female free divers is explored in this story of two best friends from very different backgrounds in Japanese colonized and then war-torn Korea.
Gingerbread by Helen Oyeyemi (March 5th)
If you love the current trend of fairy tale adaptations, then you are going to want to read this twist about friendship and one family's very famous gingerbread recipe.
Daisy Jones & the Six by Taylor Jenkins Reid (March 5th)
Reese Witherspoon raves about this fictionalized account of a 1970's rock band and the mystery behind their surprising break up.
In Another Time by Jillian Cantor (March 5th)
Ready for some more heartbreaking World War II historical fiction? Sink your teeth into this love story about Max, a charming German bookshop owner, and Hanna, a Jewish concert violinist. Max has a secret he believes will save Hanna. When Hanna wakes up in a field in 1946 with no memories of the past 10 years, she has no idea if Max is alive or what has happened to her.
The DNA of You and Me by Andrea Rothman (March 12th)
Emily is career driven, hyper-focused, and a loner; all things that can making social interactions difficult. She is finding herself trying to juggle her scientific research and the possibilities of romance when she is hired to work in a new lab. Can she make room in her life to let someone in?
Which of these books are you putting on your "to be read" list? Was there an upcoming release I didn't mention? Let us know!