New Book Releases in November 2021 !

November is less than two months away, which means there are hundreds of new author releases for you to check out. Think about it. Who read a book this past November? Who thought it was amazing? Most importantly, did they rave about it on social media? If the reply is yes to these challenges, there’s a chance you’ve run into a brand new Book from an up-and-coming writer. We love going on Goodreads’ home page to check out the best new books every month. This month, we have a good tip for you about some great new books being released in November 2021! You can use this same tip for checking out the new books coming out any time of the year.

During November, tens of thousands of people around the world write novels in just one month. Why? Because it’s fun and liberating to write a lot of words fast. It’s also a bonding experience to write together as a group. Why? Because writing is such a pleasure, and it feels great to make progress on something important. Going to this article and picking up a new book that has just been released is one of the best feelings you could ever have. Moreover, it’s the month where we celebrate the birth of so many famous writers and books, and we thank those authors who continue to delight us with their works.


1. Aurora’s End

Author: Amie Kaufman

Description: Aurora’s End is an exciting science fiction novel by Amie Kaufman. It is the sequel to Starbound, which was released in 2012. Kaufman has co-authored four other books, including her most famous novel, These Broken Stars (a dystopian science fiction story). But this is one of her best novels.

2. You’ll Be the Death of Me

Author: Karen M. McManus 

Description: You’ll Be the Death of Me by Karen M. McManus is a gripping contemporary mystery filled with unforgettable characters and plenty of humor. The story follows three high school seniors, Alyssa, Erin, and Spencer, who solve a mystery in Alyssa’s family. If you want a good thriller, this novel is perfect for you. 

3. The Nobleman’s Guide to Scandal and Shipwrecks

Author: Mackenzi Lee 

Description: The Nobleman’s Guide to Scandal and Shipwrecks by Mackenzi Lee is an adventure novel set in the Victorian era. It is a historical, romance novel. The Nobleman’s Guide to Scandal and Shipwrecks takes place at sea, on land, and contains many twists, turns, love interests, scandals, deaths, and more! It is truly a magnificent piece of work. 

4. Cytonic

Author: Brandon Sanderson 

Description: Cytonic by Brandon Sanderson offers a lot of biological, psychological, and sociological insight into the minds of people living in our world today. More importantly, however, it draws some parallels between our reality and science fiction.

5. All of Us Villains

Author: Amanda Foody 

Description: All of Us Villains tells the story of Jule, a young thief who’s thrown into a world of magicians and warlocks, running away from her past to protect her family. As evil tries to tear her family apart, Jule must face great odds with magical powers. This story is about friendship, love, betrayal, and how far someone is willing to go for their loved ones.

6. Briar Girls

Author: Rebecca Kim Wells 

Description: Briar Girls, an inspiring book by Rebecca Kim Wells, is a great read for teenage girls. This book is not just about being young and dealing with the struggles that come with it. It is also about being strong enough to overcome life’s obstacles. Moreover, Rebecca Kim Wells is a part of a growing collection of Black women fiction writers, designers, and artists.

7. Bad Cruz

Author: L.J. Shen

Description: Bad Cruz is a stand-alone novel, a spin-off from the New York Times bestseller, King. It starts where King leaves off and gives readers a glimpse of Rusty’s future. The third book in the Contours of the Heart series, Bad Princess, is releasing September 21, 2016. In addition to being a best-selling author, L.J. is a contributing writer for Entangled Publishing and an avid reader of all genres. 

8. Falls Boys

Author: Penelope Douglas 

Description: The book “Falls Boys” by Penelope Douglas is an extremely well-written story that had me hooked from the beginning. The characters are so well built, and it is easy to relate to them. This is a wonderful story about love, loss, heartbreak, friendship, sexting, finding true love in an unexpected place.

9. Our Violent Ends

Author: Chloe Gong 

Description: Our Violent Ends is a post-apocalyptic story about a young girl named Mary and her battle to survive within a world that has been destroyed by chemical warfare. This short story is also about the changes people must go through in the desperate struggle for survival. These tales are inspired by true events about teenagers who have taken their own lives. Some were bullied, some were not. Some were popular, and some were not. Some died, some survived.

10. Date Me As You Mean It

Author: R.S. Grey 

Description: Date Me Like You Mean It is the beautiful new stand-alone novel by R.S. Grey that follows the story of Laney and Reed. Something about this book reminds me of the infamous series One Night with Sole Regret by Jennifer Probst. Apart from other romance novels out, the author can back up a romance with a well-written story and a steady flow of humor, a rare feat in this genre. 

11. The Retribution of Mara Dyer

Author: Michelle Hodkin 

Description: The Retribution of Mara Dyer is a dark story about a girl who struggles with her thoughts and the appearance of friends she thought were gone. Moreover, this novel is not just meant to tell you that life is all about surviving but making sure you, too, are surviving in the best way possible.

12. Mine

Author: Katy Evans 

Description: Mine by Katy Evans is the story of Amy Silverstein. She finds herself struggling to cope with the death of her father. Five years later, she finds herself in an abusive relationship that is quickly turning violent. Desperate for freedom, she finds herself wrapped in the arms of another man but finds she’s not running toward freedom at all.

13. Remy

Author: Katy Evans 

Description: Remy is a story about two star-crossed lovers who have a hate relationship. We have been told from the very beginning that Remy “Hates Juliette Barnes with every inch of her being,” but it took me a little while to learn exactly why that was. The author has laid down a foundation for each of the two main characters, their pasts, and their lives as they cross paths for the first time in ages. 

14. Noor

Author: Nnedi Okorafor 

Description: Noor’s story begins in the city of Marrakesh, where Noor lives with her parents. She is a small child filled with joy, but all this changes one day when mysterious vans appear in the streets of Marrakech. In an instant, all citizens are forced outside and separated by gender. Men are taken away by the soldiers, never to be seen again, while Noor and other women are packed onto trucks. 

15. The Collective

Author: Alison Gaylin 

Description: Ms. Gaylin’s current novel, The Collective, describes a chilling scenario where women are no longer considered individuals but the property of whichever man has impregnated them. A young woman – a young, single woman – lies very still on a stretcher in the emergency room, her eyes closed. Her name is Lena Adams. She is employed as a teacher at an exclusive private girls’ school not far from here. The obvious question here is: how did she get here?

16. Death

Author: Laura Thalassa 

Description: Death by Laura Thalassa is a new, highly addictive ebook that you can’t put down. The lady author of Death by Laura Thalassa knows how to bring out emotions in this heart-pounding novel. We ensure that you may enjoy reading it so much and was up all night to finish.

17. The Detective Duke

Author: Scarlett Scott 

Description: The Detective Duke is an array of possibilities that can have you sitting on the edge of your seat. It’s written in the first person, which allows the reader to feel as if they are there. The dialogue was realistic, but it wasn’t overdoing it so that the story didn’t sound cartoonish. Moreover, the author, Scarlett Scott, does have a talent for building suspense. 

18. A Wanton for All Seasons

Author: Christi Caldwell 

Description: In Christi Caldwell’s new young adult historical romance, A WANTON FOR ALL SEASONS, city slicker Camilla Chase flees her abusive father and a marriage proposal to a stranger in the wilds of eighteenth-century Williamsburg, Virginia. Camilla vows to be a lady she is not and falls prey to a need to hide her secret past. Her escape leads her through an unexpected wilderness of desire and decadence.

19. Christmas on Scandal Lane: A Historical Holiday Romance Collection

Author: Lauren Smith 

Description: This is the first book by Lauren Smith, which will hook you from the beginning. We loved the characters and can’t wait until more of them are continued in future books. If you want a historical romance with intrigue, secrecy, brooding gentlemen who are soldiers and friends, you’ll love Christmas On Scandal Lane.

20. After Dark with the Duke

Author: Julie Anne Long 

Description: In Julie Anne Long’s tale, After Dark with the Duke, the Duke of Brookhaven has called Nell Norwood, a romance writer, out to his home. He plans to ask her to help him bring life back to his dull parties. She shows up wearing a disguise and asks for a footman. Brookhaven asks her why she is here dressed as a servant, and she is forced to confess that a true lady would never wear a dress like this one.

21. Gentleman Seeks Bride

Author: Megan Frampton 

Description: Elegant and touching, Megan Frampton’s novel is at once a love story, a social commentary, and a historical period piece. The story follows Edward Lane, a free black man in 1857 New York who decides to seek out a bride through the ‘help wanted’ section of the local paper. He advertises for a wife because he doesn’t have time to court or pay for a traditional relationship.

22. Someone Perfect

Author: Mary Balogh

Description: Someone Perfect by Mary Balogh is a historical romance novel, published in March 2013. The story was written as a short novella and published as an ebook only. It was later picked up and released as a full-length novel by Avon Books and an ebook. Someone Perfect has been awarded the 2013 RITA Award for Best Short Historical Romance and six other awards.

23. Miss Moriarty, I Presume?

Author: Sherry Thomas

Description: Lovers of true crime will always have a soft spot for Sherry Thomas. The fabled serial killer is one of the most famous in history, killing at least five prostitutes in London’s East End in 1888. But if you read historical fiction, you might love to add True Crime author Sherry Thomas’s latest novel, Miss Moriarty: A Novel of Suspense, to your reading list.

24. Fear No Evil

Author: James Patterson 

Description: Fear No Evil by James Patterson is the first book from a new series. It is a mystery crime thriller based on a plot that follows a woman named Taylor Jackson. Taylor was a detective for over ten years, and now she has been appointed as a homicide detective who has to solve cases that involved women being murdered. None of the murders seems to have similar characteristics that would be easy to pursue as lead evidence to track the killer’s identity. Taylor’s life changes as she becomes connected to others’ problems.

25. Hello, Transcriber

Author: Hannah Morrissey 

Hello, Transcriber is an inspiring book for beginners of transcription exercises. The author, Hannah Morrissey, uses her personal experiences to describe transcription exercise practices. Her style is spontaneous, sincere, and witty. It will teach you transcription tips & techniques that will make you learn faster! It is easily digested by anyone who wants to master the art of transcription. 

26. Go Tell the Bees That I Am Gone

Author: Diana Gabaldon 

Description: Go Tell the Bees That I Am Gone is a short novel, but that doesn’t mean it is not as interesting as any other novel. Gabaldon has a way of writing which keeps you glued to the novel until every page is turned over completely. It tells a story – or makes you feel like you are embroiled in a story – about two people with a common cause – a need to find a way to make their loved ones happy despite themselves being too busy displeasing themselves and everybody around them. 

27. Like a Silver Bell

Author: Lindsay Harrel 

Description: Like a Silver Bell, Lindsay’s latest release is book one in her enchanting new series, Song of the Seraphim. The story has all the elements of your favorite fairy tale hybrids–with an element of mystery, romance, steampunk gadgets, evil faeries, and angelic warriors thrown in for good measure. It’s sure to be a hit with Y.A. fans hungry for that unique blend of urban fantasy meets paranormal romance.

28. Never Too Late

Author: Susan L. Tuttle 

Description: Never Too Late by Susan L. Tuttle is a memoir of one woman’s journey to reinvent her life after losing everything. From her home to her job to rebuild her sense of self, she writes honestly about the mistakes she made and the lessons she learned along the way. This is a great book for anyone who has ever felt they were past their prime, whether in their early twenties or much later in life.

29. Right Here Waiting

Author: Susan May Warren 

Description: Right Here Waiting by Susan May Warren is a beautiful love story set in the Victorian era. It is a coming-of-age story where we see sweet and innocent Daisy grow and blossom into a confident and self-assured woman. The book was certainly an enjoyable read, and it’s rare to find one that you can go through at 100 mph. The characters are well bowed, the plot is engaging, the love story is beautifully portrayed, and overall it’s a fascinating novel that doesn’t disappoint.

30. A Marvellous Light

Author: Freya Marske 

Description: A new book called A Marvellous Light has just been published. Freya has produced a collection of some of her most evocative creations to date. Her art is so magical, and it’s impossible not to be drawn in by the intensity of the colors, the way she casts light through rose petals, or makes stones glow. This sentiment aligns with my views about nature.

31. Shakedown

Author: Lani Lynn Vale 

Description: The Shakedown by Lani Lynn Vale is a great read that will keep you interested until the very last page. It might be the best one that this author has read so far, who already has published some other thrilling books. The main characters are too perfect to ignore, and the story itself is romantic and passionate.

32. Psychos

Author: Sheridan Anne 

Description: Sheridan introduced a couple of new characters into her latest psychological thriller, Psychos. One is a woman who has been kidnapped and is being held in a basement room. Her captor tells her that he will let her go in return for rescuing his daughter, who has entered a catatonic state.

33. An Unexpected Distraction

Author: Catherine Bybee 

Description: An Unexpected Distraction is filled with delight. It’s filled with romance that tingles the reader’s heart. It’s filled with characters that are real and ones you can relate to. They are down-to-earth people who could be your friends next door or someone you work with. This story will keep you engaged from page one to the end. 

34. King of Battle & Blood

Author: Scarlett St. Clair 

Description: King of Battle & Blood is the first book in the War of the Alliance series – a work of fantasy adventure created by Scarlett St. Clair. This dark fantasy epic started as an online, multiplayer role-playing game designed to be free-form and changeable based on the player’s actions.

35. Burn To Ash

Author: K.C. Kean 

Description: “Burn to Ash” is a story filled with bravery and courage. Yet, it is not a story of ultimate sacrifice; it is hope and salvation. At its core, it is a tale about love and friendship that possesses the ability to conquer the world itself. The tale is immortalized by K.C. Kean’s elegant writing style, which beautifully melds character development, realistic conflict, and the unbelievable abilities of magic.

36. Chain of Thorns

Author: Cassandra Clare 

Description: The great and terrible Chain of Thorns is a curse woven by fairies against their most hated enemies: The Shadowhunters, who hunt and kill the faeries at their command. It is said that once you are linked to it, you can never be free of it. Chain of Thorns is an action-packed fantasy series set in the world of The Mortal Instruments, written by Cassandra Clare. Fans who enjoyed those books will not be disappointed with this one!

37. Empire of Desire

Author: Rina Kent 

Description: Empire of Desire is an interesting book written by Rina Kent. It tells the story of one woman’s struggle to find herself in a modern world that takes her desires—and thereby her power—and does not give them back readily. Empire of Desire is a mind-blowing pseudo-thriller that was a joy to read. It gave a glimpse into a dystopian future that might not be too distant from our current reality.

38. Cataclysm

Author: Sarah Bailey 

Description: Cataclysm: Building a world to die in. It’s the first book in our zombie trilogy, The Cataclysm Trilogy, and we’re packing it with drama and action to pull you right in. Cataclysm is full of blood, sweat, zombies, and a love story worthy of Romeo and Juliet. The cover alone had me hooked! Not only is the scene beautifully created, but the scene has some pretty great descriptions.

39. Kiss Before Midnight

Author: Anna B. Doe

Description: The book is written from a different perspective from most novels out there now, and it’s a thriller/suspense-style romance novel with a very twisted plot. Clea and Holden are a couple who have been separated due to a catastrophic fire Clea was involved in as a child.

40. Blue Coral

Author: Naomi Lucas

Description: Blue Coral by Naomi Lucas was carefully thought out and put together before our New Year. It’s the perfect fit for the Caribbean, full of life, beauty, and awe-inspiring imagery thanks to Blue Coral’s stunning color palette and ability to add life to your day with bursts of color you never knew existed. It represents the color we wear in our summer pieces, and combined with the other colors we adore, this line is a perfect match for our repertoire.

41. Kingdom Come

Author: Aleatha Romig 

Description: Kingdom Come by Aleatha Romig is an amazing addition to the Kingdom Come Saga. This novel is packed with mystery, suspense, romance, and lots of twists. It was impossible to put this book down once we started reading it. The way the storyline was told kept me turning each page because we just had to stay with them to see what would happen next. Aleatha Romig very well portrays the characters. 

42. Wolf Taken

Author: Heather Renee 

Description: Wolf Taken is a paranormal romance/urban fantasy story by Heather Renee. In her novella, a young woman named Edie finds herself caught between two very different men. There’s the wolfman she’s been dreaming about since childhood and an ordinary boy who thinks he loves her. One of them must be a dream … or a nightmare.

43. Under Pressure

Author: Sara Driscoll 

Description: There are so many different book genres that it’s sometimes easy to think about them as stand-alone categories. But, some authors want to blend the lines of different kinds of books, which gives readers unexpected experiences. Moreover, it is the 2nd book in the UnderGround series, which chronicles Sarah’s (the author) personal journey into one of North America’s oldest extreme sports – caving.

44. Ruined Hopes

Author: L.A. Cotton 

Description: Ruined Hopes was written by L A Cotton, an best-selling author of seven novels.  The story is riveting and exciting, filled with characters who come to life, and it contains generous amounts of adventure, mystery, suspense, drama, action, violence, and romance. 

45. Game Changer

Author: Abbi Glines 

Description: Game Changer is an Amnesia Romance Thriller by Abbi Glines. It’s the third book in the Game On in Seattle Series. Auburn Reed lives in Seattle, WA, in an apartment with her twin sister Melanie and Melanie’s daughter Madison after getting out of rehab for her alcohol abuse. She had no idea that she would run into Isaac Madden, her ex-boyfriend who she got pregnant with Madison when they were 18, on her way to work at the gallery. 


Reading is one of the best hobbies that humans have. Books are meant to be shared and experienced, not hidden away on shelves. They will sit there gathering dust over time, never revealing their true secrets to the world. Getting your favorite book out there to the world takes a lot of hard work, creativity, and courage of the author. Thank you so much for recitation our article about New Book Releases in November 2021 in Goodreads. If you are delighted with it, please share it with your friends! You can also connect with me on social media, or you can leave a comment below.

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