You’ll Fall in Love With These 43 New February 2021 Books

February is always a great month for reading. If you’re like me, you may choose to read books that fit a certain theme, whether for Black History Month or Valentine’s Day or both. And if you don’t have enough books that fit the bill on your TBR, fear not! There are plenty of new publications due in the next four weeks. Here are the upcoming February 2021 books that are on my radar.

For this list, I’ve aimed to include a variety of genres and authors. From thought-provoking literary fiction and eye-opening non-fiction to sweet romances and bone-chilling thrillers, I hope something here will pique your interest! Here are 43 great new books set for publication in February 2021.

Published on February 2nd:

Cherie Jones - How the One-Armed Sister Sweeps Her House

Cherie Jones – How the One-Armed Sister Sweeps Her House

Syed M. Masood - The Bad Muslim Discount

Syed M. Masood – The Bad Muslim Discount

Safia Elhillo - Home is Not a Country

Safia Elhillo – Home is Not a Country

Gita Trelease - Everything That Burns

Gita Trelease – Everything That Burns 

Crystal Maldonado - Fat Chance, Charlie Vega

Crystal Maldonado – Fat Chance, Charlie Vega 

Laura Purcell - The Shape of Darkness

Laura Purcell – The Shape of Darkness

Courtney Summers - The Project

Courtney Summers – The Project

Sarah Pearse - The Sanatorium

Sarah Pearse – The Sanatorium

Abigail Dean — Girl A

Abigail Dean – Girl A

E. Lily Yu - On Fragile Waves

E. Lily Yu – On Fragile Waves

Chang-Rae Lee - My Year Abroad

Chang-Rae Lee – My Year Abroad

Te-Ping Chen - Land of Big Numbers

Te-Ping Chen – Land of Big Numbers

Leesa Cross-Smith - This Close to Okay

Leesa Cross-Smith – This Close to Okay

Brandon Hobson - The Removed

Brandon Hobson – The Removed

Lauren Oyler - Fake Accounts

Lauren Oyler – Fake Accounts

Samantha Young - Much Ado About You

Samantha Young – Much Ado About You

Lily Menon - Make Up Break Up

Lily Menon – Make Up Break Up

Melissa Broder - Milk Fed

Melissa Broder – Milk Fed

Ibram X. Kendi & Keisha N. Blain - FOUR HUNDRED SOULS

Ibram X. Kendi & Keisha N. Blain – Four Hundred Souls: A Community History of African America, 1619-2019

Rachel Ricketts - Do Better

Rachel Ricketts – Do Better: Spiritual Activism for Fight and Healing from White Supremacy

Randa Jarrar - Love is an Ex-Country

Randa Jarrar – Love is an Ex-Country

Published on February 9th:

Namina Forna - The Gilded Ones

Namina Forna – The Gilded Ones

C. J. Tudor - The Burning Girls

C. J. Tudor – The Burning Girls

Genevieve Gornichec - The Witch’s Heart

Genevieve Gornichec – The Witch’s Heart

Nancy Johnson - The Kindest Lie

Nancy Johnson – The Kindest Lie

Georgina Young - Loner

Georgina Young – Loner

Elizabeth Everett - A Lady’s Formula for Love

Elizabeth Everett – A Lady’s Formula for Love

Erika Robuck - The Invisible Woman

Erika Robuck – The Invisible Woman

R.O. Kwon & Garth Greenwell - Kink

R.O. Kwon & Garth Greenwell – Kink

Elvira Navarro - Rabbit Island

Elvira Navarro – Rabbit Island

Published on February 16th:

Susan Mihalic - Dark Horses

Susan Mihalic – Dark Horses 

Scott Reintgen - Blood Sworn

Scott Reintgen – Bloodsworn

Sarah Gailey - The Echo Wife

Sarah Gailey – The Echo Wife 

Alisha Rai - First Comes Like

Alisha Rai – First Comes Like 

Patricia Lockwood - No One is Talking About This

Patricia Lockwood – No One is Talking About This

Bella Ellis - The Diabolical Bones

Bella Ellis – The Diabolical Bones 

Zak Salih - Let’s Get Back to the Party

Zak Salih – Let’s Get Back to the Party

Gayle Tzemach Lemmon - The Daughters of Kobani

Gayle Tzemach Lemmon – The Daughters of Kobani: A Short Story of Rebellion, Courage, and Justice

Published on February 18th:

Neema Shah - Kololo Hill

Neema Shah – Kololo Hill

Laura Shepherd-Robinson - Daughters of Night

Laura Shepherd-Robinson – Daughters of Night

Published on February 23rd:

Morgan Rogers - Honey Girl

Morgan Rogers – Honey Girl

Patricia Engel - Infinite Country

Patricia Engel – Infinite Country

Nalini Singh - Quiet in Her Bones

Nalini Singh – Quiet in Her Bones


And that’s a wrap on my list! What books shown here are you excited to read? What new February 2021 books did I miss? Let me know in the comments!

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