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Highly Anticipated mid 2019 reads

Hi, reader friends! Are you ready to stock your shelves and feed your ereaders?! I’ve nearly completed the highly anticipated reads from my previous lists! Let’s hope summer grants us all more reading time for highly anticipated mid 2019 reads!

My new strategy is working! I’ve been bumping each title I miss to the next month in Google calendar (Trello has basically disowned me at this point) and occasionally life allows me to binge my way through the stack. I stand by my previous assertion, real life doesn’t include enough reading time to suit me. Don’t you agree, reader friends?!

That said, I’ve had to make tough choices because as much as I’d like to, I can’t read ALL the books. In order to cheer for a few of the new kids on the shelf, I’ll be saving several books by some of my favorite established authors for my rainbow binge reading days.

Here are my most highly anticipated mid 2019 reads (aka new releases I can’t wait to read in May, June, July, and August)! Look for reviews, spotlights, and/or giveaways of these titles here on Faithfully Bookish.

click the covers to either learn more, go to my review or feature post when it goes live, and/or pre-order on Amazon 



cover currently unavailable for The Bridge Between by Lindsey Brackett (July 31)

goodreads | bookdepository | christianbook | bookbub


I just KNOW some of my indie pub author friends are going to sneak a title or two in on me and there are sure to be some great books I’ve missed! My book sister Carrie has lists of the books she is looking forward to here and here. I’m heading over to check them out right now! My apologies for going LOOOONG with the list but summer is the reading season, y’all!

Which of these reads are YOU most looking forward to, reader friends?
What books are on your highly anticipated mid 2019 reads list?

12 thoughts on “Highly Anticipated mid 2019 reads”

    1. We won’t talk about how many I added after I perused your lists, my dear friend (but definitely more than one!) Did you hear that? It was the sound of my self restraint going out the window!


  1. I hope to read every single one under Historical. Many of those are already on my TBR list. With summer almost here, I’ll be on my front porch with plenty of reading time.


  2. Okay, I’m definitely in trouble here! All these amazing books to look forward to, and I’m not finished with your last list yet! Yikes! I’m looking to hire a cook, a maid, and a gardener if anyone is interested. That way I can just sit and read all day!


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