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21 New Books Coming in 2021 to Add to Our Reading Lists

Another new year brings another list of books that we are all excited to read. There are a plethora of books being released in 2021 and we are here for it. Today I’ll be sharing a list of just some of the new books coming in 2021. 

21 New Books Coming In 2021

We’ve made it to the list you’ve been waiting for. These are the new books coming in 2021 that are on our reading lists. I’m separating them into categories so that you can find the ones you want to read more easily.

Career & Money

Personal Growth

Relationships

Just For Fun 

  •  Meant to Be: If the Shoe Fits: A fairy-tale inspired book meant for adults? Yes please! Author Julie Murphy is introducing a new book series for the romantics in us. This book comes out on August 3rd.
  • Siri, Who Am I?: A Novel: A mystery fit for this influencer-obsessed era that we are in, coming on January 12th. This book, written by Sam Tschida, is about an influencer that has just woken up from a coma with no idea who she is. Using her Instagram feed she puts the pieces together. 
  • Excuse Me While I Ugly Cry: This book is about a girl that gets blackmailed into facing her biggest fears. If you liked To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before, Amazon suggests that you’ll enjoy this one as well. See for yourself on May 4th.
  • Tokyo Ever After: A Novel: This book is described as a cross between The Princess Diaries and Crazy Rich Asians. If you loved those two, odds are you will love this book. It hits bookshelves in May.

4 Resources & Tips That Will Help You Read More

  1. Books can get expensive. A great way to save money, while still reading as much as you want, is to utilize your local library. By having a library card you’ll also have access to apps like Libby and Hoopla. These apps bring the library to you by letting you borrow ebooks. How awesome is that?
  2. If the books you want to read are older, I personally love using ThriftBooks. Using this site you’ll be able to buy used books at low prices. I’ve got three books for only $12 before. 
  3. Don’t have time to read? A great solution to this is to try audiobooks. Audible is a popular option for audiobooks. By listening to your book you’ll be able to read throughout your day. If you have a long commute to and from work, this is a perfect option for you.
  4. Another great way to read more in the new year is to join a book club or a reading challenge. We hosted a reading challenge in 2019. Did you participate in GenTwenty’s Reading Bingo Blackout Challenge?

These are just a few of the many new books coming in 2021. Which ones are you looking forward to reading? What books are on your 2021 To-Be-Read list?

About the Author

Kelly Clark

Kelly graduated from Liberty University with a degree in Advertising and Public Relations and a minor in Journalism. Even though it took her a little while to find her career path, she was always meant to be in Communications. She remembers writing poems and songs when she was a little girl and pitching to my parents the reasons why I should have a cell phone when I was a teenager. She currently has a blog (budding-joy.com) where she talks about her weight-loss journey, mental health and personal development. Her hope is to encourage and inspire readers and let them know they are not alone. Reading blog posts like that are what helped her in tough times and she wants to pay it forward. She loves dance fitness, listening to music, and creating layouts in her bullet journal. She's a big fan of planning, especially when cute notebooks and pens are involved. Her dream job has changed so much over the years; right now she'd love to co-own a dance studio.

Website: budding-joy.com


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