January 2017 Releases

Happy new year! Can you believe that it is now 2017?! As of this month, Pub(lishing) Crawl is now five years old???? (Even longer considering some of us came from Let the Words Flow!) The site has evolved and changed over the years—we’ve added contributors, we’ve said farewell to others, we’ve also started a podcast—and we thank each and everyone of you for sticking with us!

With that said, welcome back to Upcoming Titles, our monthly feature where we highlight books releasing this month. As always, this is by no means a comprehensive list of forthcoming releases, just a compilation of titles we think our readers (and our contributors!) would enjoy. The new year always begins with a bit of a blast, so we have thirty-three titles releasing this month, including books by very own Stephanie Garber and PubCrawl alums Alexandra BrackenSusan Dennard, and Adam Silvera!

Without further ado:

January 3

January 10

January 17

January 24

January 31

* PubCrawl contributor
** PubCrawl alum

That’s all for this month! As all, please let us know what you’re looking forward to reading, or any books we might have missed!

                                                                                                                                                                                                                 

3 Responses to January 2017 Releases

  1. Claire Luana Jan 4 2017 at 12:17 pm #

    My TBR list is already way too long, and so many of these look good! Bookish problems. Congrats to you PubCrawlers with books releasing this month!

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