Can’t-Wait Wednesday: I Can’t Wait for…

Meowww everyone! 😸

Today I am doing my very first Can’t-Wait Wednesday meme. If you didn’t know about this meme,  Can’t-Wait Wednesday is a weekly meme hosted at Wishful Endings to spotlight and discuss the books we’re excited about that we have yet to read. Generally they’re books that have yet to be released. It’s based on Waiting on Wednesday, hosted by the fabulous Jill at Breaking the Spine. If you’re continuing with WOW, feel free to link those up as well! Find out more here

Are you sick of my continuous posts yet? 👀 I hope not because I am having a lot of fun making these posts, and I simply cannot stop myself! 🥺 For Can’t-Wait Wednesday memes, I am thinking about featuring and talking about book/s that will be releasing next week (or have recently released this week) that I am excited for!

Here’s a gif of an excited me

This week a lot of my anticipated books are releasing, so this will be tough to choose just one of them!😭 But for this week’s Can’t-Wait Wednesday, I am featuring two books, which are both some of my anticipated books this month!

1. People Like Her by Ellery Lloyd

For the first one, I am choosing a book which was just released yesterday. If anyone of you likes some psychological suspense, then make sure you check this one! The blurb of this one looks really interesting, and I am always on the lookout for books following influencers. This one was released on 12 January 2021!

About The Book


A razor-sharp, wickedly smart suspense debut about an ambitious influencer mom whose soaring success threatens her marriage, her morals, and her family’s safety.

Followed by Millions, Watched by One

To her adoring fans, Emmy Jackson, aka @the_mamabare, is the honest “Instamum” who always tells it like it is.

To her skeptical husband, a washed-up novelist who knows just how creative Emmy can be with the truth, she is a breadwinning powerhouse chillingly brilliant at monetizing the intimate details of their family life.

To one of Emmy’s dangerously obsessive followers, she’s the woman that has everything—but deserves none of it.

As Emmy’s marriage begins to crack under the strain of her growing success and her moral compass veers wildly off course, the more vulnerable she becomes to a very real danger circling ever closer to her family.

In this deeply addictive tale of psychological suspense, Ellery Lloyd raises important questions about technology, social media celebrity, and the way we live today. Probing the dark side of influencer culture and the perils of parenting online, People Like Her explores our desperate need to be seen and the lengths we’ll go to be liked by strangers. It asks what—and who—we sacrifice when make our private lives public, and ultimately lose control of who we let in. . . .

2. Shipped by Angie Hockman

For the next book, I am featuring Shipped by Angie Hockman. This book will be releasing next week on 19 January. This one sounds so fun and cute. Shipped is a workplace enemies to lovers romance, and seriously I cannot get enough of this illustrated cover!

About The Book


Between taking night classes for her MBA and her demanding day job at a cruise line, marketing manager Henley Evans barely has time for herself, let alone family, friends, or dating. But when she’s shortlisted for the promotion of her dreams, all her sacrifices finally seem worth it.

The only problem? Graeme Crawford-Collins, the remote social media manager and the bane of her existence, is also up for the position. Although they’ve never met in person, their epic email battles are the stuff of office legend.

Their boss tasks each of them with drafting a proposal on how to boost bookings in the Galápagos—best proposal wins the promotion. There’s just one catch: they have to go on a company cruise to the Galápagos Islands…together. But when the two meet on the ship, Henley is shocked to discover that the real Graeme is nothing like she imagined. As they explore the Islands together, she soon finds the line between loathing and liking thinner than a postcard.

With her career dreams in her sights and a growing attraction to the competition, Henley begins questioning her life choices. Because what’s the point of working all the time if you never actually live?

And that’s all for today! Happy reading, and until my next post, Take Care! 💖

What Are Your Anticipated Books From This Week?

Are You Excited For Any Of The Two Book?

13 thoughts on “Can’t-Wait Wednesday: I Can’t Wait for…

  1. These both look like entertaining reads – though the first one has a real edge to it. I recall Stacey Dooley interviewing a family who have opened up all their family, including their children, to close online scrutiny. And I thought they had paid a very high price…

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  2. People Like Her is surely edgy and I believe it’ll rise some questions on online security, and about how much a person should and shouldn’t share about themselves and their families online. I should watch this interview 🤔

    Thank you so for reading! 💖💕


  3. Both of these sound like great reads, although Shipped interests me a bit more. I like how both of these are about social media people. I hope you enjoy both of these when you read them!

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  4. You’ve hit two of my favourite genres: suspense and romance! These are both new-to-me and I am for it. I love the illustrated cover of SHIPPED and enemies-to-lovers? Hello, yes, adding to my tbr. One of the books I’m looking forward to this month is RACHEL, OUT OF OFFICE by Christina Hovland 🙂

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    1. IKR! The cover is amazing 😍 I am glad I could contribute to your TBR! And hope you enjoy these books 🤩 ohhh, have heard a lot about Rachel, Out Of Office! I should try it out 🤔

      Thank you do much for reading! 💖💕


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