This week’s Top 5 Wednesday is on: Favorite authors who you want to write another book but haven’t yet. Or they are writing something, but no title or synopsis has been released and it isn’t coming out until 2018. Try to keep this to authors who haven’t announced anything concrete about a new book, not authors that have a highly anticipated release coming out before the end of 2016.
Wow, it’s been a while since I’ve done a T5W, hasn’t it?! For those of who you may have forgot: Top 5 Wednesday is a weekly book meme, done by most book bloggers and booktubers. It’s started out by Lainey, but is now hosted by Sam at Thoughts On Tomes. Here’s the Goodreads group if you want to join in!
Books They Haven’t Even Written Yet, but I Want From My Favorite Authors
(Clicking on the covers takes you to their Goodreads page)
- First there was The Beast of Barcroft, then there was Northwoods. Soon there will be …….
From his website, it would appear Bill Schweigart is working on the third book, but there is not even a title, let alone a working release date. I will be one of the first people in line for this book. I loved The Beast of Barcroft (review) and Northwoods (review). I can’t wait to see what the characters are getting into next in this crypto-zoological investigation series.
2. I loved S.M. Freedman’s The Faithful (review), and the follow-up novel, Impact Winter (review) was just released at the beginning of July 2016. I know there’s a third book coming, but there’s no information out there on it. I need it. I need it NOW.
3. On the Edge of Gone (review) by Corinne Duyvis was one of the first truly diverse books I read featuring a character with a disability. The MC had pretty severe autism, and yet she had to save her family as the Apocalypse came. I would be happy to see what happens to the family, but also I’d just be content with another book from her.
4. Bird Box (review) Author Josh Malerman apparently has a second book coming out sometime in 2017. There’s no information on Goodreads about it, so one can only speculate what it’s going to be about. Honestly, I kind of want the story of what started everything for Bird Box. More about the end of the world by that mysterious Big Bad. However, I’m also kind of nervous …. Bird Box is going to be hard to top or even equal.
5. I need another I Came to Find a Girl -type book from Jaq Hazell. She’s working on one, but there’s no information I can find on it other than it’s set in London and Mumbai. I Came to Find a Girl (review) still puts an elephant on my chest whenever I think about the main character and what she went through. Pleaaaaaaaaseeeee Ms. Hazell. I needs another! I neeeeeeeds it!