Pre Order Priorities [5]: Fall 2018 Edition

Posted September 7, 2018 by Cristina (Girl in the Pages) in Features, Pre-Order Priorities / 8 Comments

Pre-Order Priorities is a feature that highlights all of the books that I’ve recently pre-ordered and am anxiously awaiting to arrive at my door!

I can’t believe it’s been a whole year since I wrote one of these posts! I guess there is just something about the fall season that makes me want to curl up on the couch and pre order books (especially since it feels “free” since I don’t get charged until they ship lol). I’ve also been more responsible this year with the books that I’m buying and shelf space I’m willing to give up to new releases, so I’ve been a bit more discerning lately with the books I’ve been ordering. However, there are some good ones coming out soon that I just couldn’t resist!

Release Date: September 25th, 2018

I own so many Kiersten White books yet still have not read a single one lol. I really want to see her on tour for her new release though (and am still super bummed I didn’t get an ARC at YallWest) so I’ve pre-ordered this one in preparation!

Release Date: October 23rd, 2018

Real Talk: I haven’t even read Tower of Dawn yet but I had to get the fancy enamel pin that was part of the pre-order incentive! Guess I will be feverishly rereading the series the next two months! (And OMG I just saw on Goodreads that this is going to be 992 pages?!)

Release Date: December 4th, 2018

I am a total Christina Lauren fan girl after reading and loving Roomies, so I’m instantly pre ordering their upcoming releases to get my rom com fix!

Release Date: January 29th, 2018

I think we’ve all been waiting for Sally Thorne’s next release after the perfection that was The Hating Game, and I love how the cover art is a similar theme too!

Release Date: February 5th, 2018

UGH WOULD YOU LOOK AT THAT COVER. I am SO SO SO excited to read more about Mortain’s daughters after finally binging the His Fair Assassin’s series last year!

What books do you have pre-ordered for the upcoming fall season? Are any of these already in your shopping basket? Let me know in the comments!

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8 responses to “Pre Order Priorities [5]: Fall 2018 Edition

    • Sometimes if it’s a book I’m REALLY anticipating, I definitely will go to the store and pick it up (especially if I want to ensure I get a copy that is flawless and doesn’t run the risk of getting damaged in the shipping process). However lately there have been so many great pre order incentives with YA books that it’s incentivized me to pre order more!

  1. Okay how is it that I’m only just hearing about Courting Darkness??? I loooooved the His Fair Assassin series and I’m so stoked there’s going to be a fourth installment!! I think I may just have to buy the whole series because I keep rereading them CONSTANTLY. Also, I second Kingdom of Ash! 992 pages??? I am ready. I haven’t heard of The Dark Descent of Elizabeth Frankenstein either but it sounds so good! I recently read the original Frankenstein and I become just a touch obsessed so I’m super excited for that as well πŸ™‚

    Laura @BlueEyeBooks

    • YES I AM SO EXCITED FOR COURTING DARKNESS! I own the first three books in the original paperbacks but have you seen the new paperbacks to match Courting Darkness? They are SOOOO pretty, it’s going to be hard to resist the temptation not to pick those up as well!

  2. I don’t buy a ton of books for myself (I usually borrow from my local library), but I have pre-ordered An Absolutely Remarkable Thing by Hank Green. I am such a fan of the Green brothers and I couldn’t say no to Hank’s debut novel. I already know that he has a unique voice from his Youtube videos and podcasts and I am curious to see how it will translate on the page.

    Like you, I am super excited for The Dark Descent of Elizabeth Frankenstein. I haven’t read a lot from White, but I am a HUGE fan of the classic Frankenstein, so any adaptation is exciting for me.

    • Oh, I didn’t know Hank was writing a book! Interesting. I haven’t had the best luck with John Green novels, I’m interested in seeing if perhaps Hank’s writing is more my cup of tea. And YES I am so excited for a YA retelling of Frankenstein!

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