My Most Anticipated 2020 debut novels (+ a 2021 special mention) 📚💛

2020-debuts1.pngHello everyone!

Before maybe last year, I wasn’t really aware of novels that were going to be released in the years to come. I mostly discovered books as they came out, but definitely not a year or even two before they were on shelves. All of that changed, of course, when I started talking about books online and blogging; now I am very much aware of so many of the books that have yet to be released and it’s been so much fun! But also, sometimes, when I’m trying to think about a novel I’d like to read, the first one that comes to my mind is one that is not available yet and then I want to cry. 😭

I have discovered so many debut authors as well, releasing their first novels that I have been so excited to read. 2019 was absolutely fantastic, and 2020 will also be spectacular. That’s why I wanted to write this post today, sharing with you some of my most anticipated debut novels releasing in 2020!

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The Lucky Ones by Liz Lawson

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The Lucky Ones is about life after a tragedy; about grief and survivor’s guilt. Will this novel crush my heart? I have no doubt. It will be emotional and surely devastating at times, but I believe it will be a truly important and impactful novel. I am both not ready and ready but one thing I am sure about is that I will read it. I will just make sure to have a box of tissues next to me when I do.

 

The Silence of Bones by June Hur

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Thinking about it, I rarely read historical novels, but the mystery and police investigation elements drew me into the story right away; the moment I read the synopsis, I knew I was going to read this novel. The time period and everything it will bring adds another layer to the story I cannot wait to discover, and I can tell the atmosphere will be gripping. It is one of these novels I think about regularly even though I have not read it yet.

 

Tweet Cute by Emma Lord

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I am getting more and more into contemporary novels, and Tweet Cute sounds like one I would enjoy immensely. A romance intertwined with a social media rivalry alike some we have seen on Twitter in the last few years ? It sounds like a lighthearted and fun read while also having a lot of emotions; a novel I will probably read really quickly and that will warm my heart.

 

These Violent Delights by Chloe Gong

these violent delightsYou know how I said I sometimes wanted to cry because a book I’m in the mood to read is not out yet? That’s especially true with Chloe Gong’s debut, These Violent Delights. A monster, rivals having to work together to fight said monster (I am sensing a strong rivals-to-romance trope, and I’m here for it) with family feuds in the background sounds like an incredible novel. It will give Romeo & Juliet a whole new twist, one I cannot wait to find out. But now here’s to hoping the ending isn’t as tragic as Shakespeare’s story…

Diamond City by Francesca Flores

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Diamond City, to me, sounds like a story with truly high-stakes and sublime world-building. I am already intrigued by the history of the world Francesca Flores crafted, and the secrets the Diamond City holds. I’m also very curious about Aina, her life and backstory; I have a feeling I will be rooting for her throughout the whole novel. I am very glad Diamond City is going to be released in January because it doesn’t seem too far away.

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Special 2021 debut mention

Counting Down with You by Tashie Bhuiyan

counting down with youI simply could not write this post without mentioning Counting Down with You. I have been following Tashie’s writing and publishing journey on Twitter for a while now, and I was absolutely thrilled when she announced she was going to be a published author. Her debut novel is a contemporary romance (fake-dating trope, hello!) which I’m sure will be filled with emotions, relevant conversations and a whole lot of wholesomeness. I can already tell you I will be pre-ordering this novel as soon as I can!

Here are some of my most anticipated debut novels of 2020, and I’m sure I will discover even more along the way! I would love to hear some of your most anticipated novels for the coming year(s) and chat in the comments 📚💖

Until next time,

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20 thoughts on “My Most Anticipated 2020 debut novels (+ a 2021 special mention) 📚💛

    • I agree, they all look like possible 5-star reads to me, and I can’t wait to get to them (on top of my backlist books & sequels releasing in 2020 … Oh no, what have I done? SO MANY BOOKS) and I will definitely share my thoughts on them!
      Thank you for the lovely comment Emma ♥

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  1. This is such a lovely list, Noémie ❤ I can't wait to read The Lucky Ones, Tweet Cute is one of my most anticipated reads of the year as well! ❤ I hope you'll love all of these 🙂

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  2. Ooh thanks for bringing my attention to these debuts! I hadn’t heard about any of these except for Tweet Cute – which I’m really excited for! – but all these others sound amazing too, particularly that Romeo and Juliet retelling 😄 2020 can’t come fast enough!

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  3. I’m anticipating all of these books as well!! The Lucky Ones has such a gorgeous cover, which is why I’m looking forward to it.. oops, but it’s premise sounds so good too!! I also can’t wait for The Silence of the Bones! It has such a beautiful cover, and I’ll forever be sad that Edelweiss rejected me for it. I’ve never read anything set in historical Korea, let alone a mystery set in it!
    I know about These Violent Delights because of Chloe Gong’s Twitter, and ugh, it sounds so good.
    I mean, I probably won’t get to these books when they release because I’m horrible at reading new releases, but one can hope :”)

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    • I completely agree, the cover for The Lucky Ones is stunning ♥ And don’t say oops, it’s okay to become interested in a novel because of its cover! We’ve all done it. I was also rejected for The Silence of Bones so we can cry together 😦
      I don’t always read books right when they release (current example: I’m reading Crier’s War but it came out a few weeks ago) but I always keep them in mind for when I’m in the mood! Thank you Caitlin ♥

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