Videos Video: 10 Books I’m Looking Forward to Reading in the First Half of 2018 Watch this video on 10 books I’m looking forward to reading in the first half of 2018 and other bookish videos on my Read Remark booktube channel. Hooray for the new year and new reading opportunities! Here are 10 books I’m looking forward to reading in the first half of 2018. I can’t wait to get my hands on them! 1 An American Marriage by Tayari Jones Publish date: February 6, 2018 A man is wrongfully accused of a crime and spends 5 years in prison. What impact will that have on his marriage? 2 How to Stop Time by Matt Haig Publish date: February 6, 2018 A centuries-old man wants a regular life. He’s supposed to ever fall in love, but can’t stop himself when he meets a French teacher. 3 Sunburn by Laura Lippman Publish date: February 20, 2018 Two strangers meet in a bar. They fall into a passionate affair that turns dangerous when someone dies. A thriller ensues. 4 The Merry Spinster by Mallory Ortberg Publish date: March 13, 2018 I keep hearing about this one. It includes tales of everyday horror, taken from her “Children’s Stories Turned Horrific” series. 5 Tangerine by Christine Morgan Publish date: March 20, 2018 Set in Morocco, an old friend reappears and a husband goes missing. Coincidence? 6 How to Be Safe by Tom McAllister Publish date: April 3, 2018 A teacher is wrongfully names as a shooting suspect. She’s exonerated, but the stain on her reputation remains. 7 Unbury Carol by Josh Malerman Publish date: April 10, 2018 A woman’s health condition makes her fall into a coma that looks like death. Her greedy hubby takes advantage. 8 On the Come Up by Angie Thomas Publish date: May 1, 2018 After The Hate U Give, I’ll read anything Angie Thomas puts out. This book follows an aspiring and successful teen rapper. 9 The Outsider by Stephen King Publish date: May 22 An 11-year-old boy’s dead body is found and an investigation begins. How can I go wrong with Stephen King? 10 The Death of Mrs. Westaway by Ruth Ware Publish date: May 29 Same story for Ruth Ware; I’ll devour anything she serves. A woman receives a large inheritance, but there’s a mystery behind it. Want a look back? Visit the wrap-up of my 10 favorite books I read in 2017. Happy reading and happy new year!