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15 Buzzy New Books to Read in 2023

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Is there a better winter activity than reading? The temperatures are cool and our home is the most comfortable all year round. And when spring comes, I’ll be so busy with picnics and hikes that I can’t afford to prioritize my literary life. January through March is often the time to worry about how you’re going to spend your week, but it’s the perfect time to pull out your winter to-do list and start crossing out your favorite activities. What are my top priorities? Read all the best and most anticipated books of 2023 coming out this year.

On my long list of intentions for the year ahead, reading ranks high among the things I want to make up the majority of my days. And after talking to others about how we’re getting closer to 2023, I know I’m not alone. So, to help all of us read girls this year, I’ve rounded up the best books coming out in the coming months.

There are mysteries, thrillers, memoirs, essays, compelling non-fiction, and historical dramas. Needless to say, the 2023 books have a lot to offer. Let’s create a StoryGraph account and create a reading list together.

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2023 of the best 15 coming out this year

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The House in the Pines Ana Reyes

This year is the year to indulge in a true crime obsession through reading.I listen to podcasts, watch series, and now stay up late reading The House in the Pines I picked it up yesterday. When Maya was in high school, her best friend, Aubrey, died for no apparent reason.However, she has the mysterious man she spent the summer with at the center of everything. It may seem like all is forgotten, but watching a YouTube video of Aubrey’s death on tape brings back the trauma. When Maya returns to her home and confronts her past, she finds the answer she’s been searching for for years.

On sale January 3rd

The Villa Rachel Hawkins

The Villa Decades of female friendship, girls’ trips to Italy and a luxurious villa with a mysterious past… Best friends Emily and Chess book a vacation at Villa Aestas in Orvieto. As Emily delves into the villa’s history, she discovers a tale of sex, drugs, rock and roll, and a murder that the villa is determined to solve before it suffers another victim.

On sale January 3rd

all dangerous things Stacey Willingham

In the middle of the night, Isabel’s worst nightmare comes true. She had her son taken out of his crib while she and her husband were sleeping. Her case is quickly set for resolution, but Isabel can’t stop looking for her answers, and she can’t sleep until she finds them. Literally she hasn’t slept in a year. Desperate to find out what happened to her son, she teams up with her true crime podcaster. But when her conversation calls her own memories into question, Isabelle doesn’t know who we can trust: she herself, she included.

On sale January 10th

‘You just need to lose weight’: 19 other myths about fat people Aubrey Gordon

Aubrey Gordon co-hosts possibly the best podcast (and one I can’t help recommending to anyone): maintenance stageher new book, ‘You just need to lose weight’: 19 other myths about fat people Amplifies much of what is being discussed on the podcast. There are many anti-fat myths that have gone unchallenged in our society for far too long. Gordon is a great voice revealing insights and information to provide the tools to promote fat justice. It’s also a must-read.

On sale January 10th

spare prince harry

Of all the books I can’t wait to come out in 2023, this is probably the one I’m most looking forward to coming out in January (meaning I don’t have to wait months). all of Prince Harry’s inner thoughts). The synopsis paints us a jarring picture. Images of Harry walking next to William and following behind his mother’s coffin. and how that grief will affect them in the years to come.

On sale January 10th

locus train Stephen Amidon

If you were told that devouring makes you like books small fires everywhere, counting down the days until release. Like Celeste Ng’s bestseller, this is a story driven by power and influence. A murder occurs in a wealthy town in New England. All three of her teenagers who were partying with the dead girl are questioned, but the parents complicate the investigation with their own motives. Because when your child becomes a suspect, you will do anything to protect them.

Available January 17th

love, pamela Pamela Anderson

We don’t really know the story of Pam Anderson, despite what countless tabloids would have you believe. This is the story of how a small town girl rises to unexpected stardom and what she sacrifices in the process. But with her grit and grace, she learns to find herself again.

On sale January 31st

Writing Retreat by Julia Bartz

An aspiring writer, Alex is ready to give up when she finds herself receiving a ticket to an exclusive writing retreat. also attended? Her former best friend and rival. But when they arrive, they learn that the writers are in a race to finish an entire novel during their stay month. However, it is clear that something is afoot: a haunted house, strange behavior among other guests, a mysteriously disappeared author, etc. The clock is ticking and Alex is reading her book. I have to finish. And she must protect herself from the dangers that surround her.

Released on February 21

I have a few questions Rebecca Mackay

Calling it one of the most anticipated books of 2023 —timeNPR, Seattle TimesWhen good housekeeping I agree with all. All is well for film professor and podcaster Bodie Kane. But… things are only as good as her ability to forget her past, which included a family tragedy, a less-than-ideal boarding school experience, and the murder of her fourth-grade roommate. When invited, she is drawn back to the case and the flaws in its beliefs.

Released on February 21

Beyond the Sea by Laura Spence-Ash

Who else could use a love story now? This story spans decades to find the connection and hope at its core. It’s 1940 and Millie and Reginald send her 11-year-old daughter Beatrix to America to save her from a German attack on London. Bea quickly falls in love with life in Boston with her new family, the Gregory family. She got used to their wealthy lifestyle and she befriended two boys, one older and one younger than hers. But when she returned to London after the war, she felt she could never forget her life in America: can she move on and make sense of a broken world?

On sale March 2nd1

The Almost True Story of Tanner and Louise Colleen Oakley

I love a good plot, but for me it’s always the characters that seal the deal for an incredible book. now (Well, wait until it comes out this spring). Twenty-one-year-old Tanner desperately wants somewhere to stay, but has no money (and no ambitions) and her only option is to become the caregiver of an elderly woman, Louise. All is going well until Louise begins to appear to be hiding some dubious secrets. should show up at Tanner’s room at 12:00 and pack up immediately. The adventures that follow are wild, proving that sometimes the most unlikely friendships are the most endearing.

On sale March 2nd8

Above Ground by Clint Smith

I can not do it. put. this. Book. under. I was lucky enough to get a copy for advanced readers. All I can say is count down the days until this release. Fire characters, an unstoppable storyline, and a surprise ending you’ll never see.

Released on March 28

happy place Emily Henry

The queen of romantic comedy is back. happy place The story of the *happiest* couple who broke up after years together but pretended to be together for their annual week-long vacation to appease their best friend. Is not it? Only an idyllic week in Maine will tell us that…

On sale April 25th

See you at the lake of Carly Fortune

did you fall in love too every summer afterIf so then you’ll want to get your hands on the perfect read for Summer of Fortune. before sunrise Franchise, expect an equally compelling plot. Fern and Will have only been together for 24 hours, but by the time it’s over, they’ll share all their secrets and meet up exactly one year later. I agree. the only problem? Fern appears, but Will does not. Years passed and Fern found herself in a dead-end job, working for her mother and returning home. When Will appeared out of nowhere, she wasn’t sure Fern could trust him, but in desperation, she realized she had no choice.

On sale May 2nd

Not particularly Nicole Flattery

When Sally Rooney calls a book “bold, irreverent, and painfully funny,” you know you have to pick it up. Not particularly A thoughtfully written, unbridled coming-of-age novel centered around 17-year-old Mei. She lives in a run-down apartment with her alcoholic mother and unattractive (terrible) boyfriend. After dropping out of her school, May is given the opportunity of a lifetime to work as Andy Warhol’s typist.

What follows is a brilliant cultural critique and a deeply personal journey of a girl tasked with balancing her own reality with the countercultural movement developing around her. , incisive, is just the read you want to define your summer.

On sale July 11th

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