Top 5 Wednesday 

Top 5 Wednesday is a weekly post that is hosted by Sam from Thoughts on Tomes and there is also a Goodreads group where you can find more information.
This weeks topic is Authors you are waiting on another book from. The focus is on books that haven’t been announced yet, or there is no release date set yet.

First up is Chelsea Cain. I love her Archie Sheridan/Gretchen Lowell series so much and I know I’ve fangirled about it before. I can’t wait to hear when the latest installment will be released! She also started a new series, One Kick and there is some weird, secretive publishing snafu so the second title wasn’t released as planned. Total bummer because it ended on a cliffhanger and the character of Kick is so badass!

Next is Jack Jordan. I loved My Girl and liked Anything For Her so I can’t wait to see what he’s got cooking for book three! I know it’s in the works but I’m dying to read a blurb. I just know whatever it’s about, it’ll be amazing. (Side note, I got the image from Jack Jordan’s Facebook page and I still get giddy when I see he used my quote!!!!! 🎉)


I devoured The Passenger early this year and though I know Lutz has a series that I haven’t read yet, I’m really hoping that she is working on another standalone.


I’m sure many of you can relate, but after I finished Gone Girl the first thing I did was run to Amazon to order everything Flynn had ever wrote. I enjoyed her other work, but I’m eagerly awaiting something new from her. I haven’t heard anything, maybe I’m missing it? Let me know if you have heard differently. 


I loved Me Before You and After You and though I’m quite sure Moyes is working on something new, I can’t find anything about it! 

What books/authors are you waiting on? 

10 thoughts on “Top 5 Wednesday 

  1. Cover2CoverMom says:

    I’ve been meaning to read The Passenger for a while, but haven’t gotten around to it yet!

    I also adored Me Before You, but have been reluctant to pick up After You because I am nervous it would ruin the magic of Me Before You… I also have yet to see the movie for the same reason, which is ironic because the movie trailer prompted me to pick up the book in the first place.

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    • novelgossip says:

      I really liked the Passenger it kept me guessing and one was on those books that I finished really fast. I read the sequel and while it was good it wasn’t quite as magical. I haven’t seen the movie either. So often I get disappointed in movie adaptations so I just avoid them.

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