The BookBrowse Review: Schedule

BookBrowse's online magazine, The BookBrowse Review, is published every two weeks (except for one issue in August and one in December). In between we offer First Impressions books to read and review (available to members resident in the USA) and, at the end of the month, we send out an email previewing notable books publishing soon. All information is available through BookBrowse's general website pages, but the ezine and emails serve to gather together everything that's new in one place. We don't quota for specific genres of books, instead we simply focus on the books that are the most notable in that particular month. This means that, depending on the season, the weight of fiction and nonfiction will vary.

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2016 Schedule (subject to change)

Jan 2016
Jan 6: The BookBrowse Review (online mag, with email notification)
Jan 13: First Impressions (online with email to US residents)
Jan 20: The BookBrowse Review (online mag, with email notification)
Jan 27: February Previews (by email)

Feb 2016
Feb 3: The BookBrowse Review (online mag, with email notification)
Feb 10: First Impressions (online with email to US residents)
Feb 17: The BookBrowse Review (online mag, with email notification)
Feb 24: March Previews (by email)

Mar 2016
Mar 2: The BookBrowse Review (online mag, with email notification)
Mar 9: First Impressions (online with email to US residents)
Mar 16: The BookBrowse Review (online mag, with email notification)
Mar 23: April Previews (by email)
Mar 30: No issue

Apr 2016
Apr 6: The BookBrowse Review (online mag, with email notification)
Apr 13: First Impressions (online with email to US residents)
Apr 20: The BookBrowse Review (online mag, with email notification)
Apr 27: May Previews (by email)

May 2016
May 4: The BookBrowse Review (online mag, with email notification)
May 11: First Impressions (online with email to US residents)
May 18: The BookBrowse Review (online mag, with email notification)
May 25: June Previews (by email)

June 2016
June 1: The BookBrowse Review (online mag, with email notification)
June 8: No issue
June 15: First Impressions (online with email to US residents)
June 22: The BookBrowse Review (online mag, with email notification)
June 29: July Previews (by email)

July 2016
July 6: No issue. Happy 4th July!
July 13: The BookBrowse Review (online mag, with email notification)
July 20: First Impressions (online with email to US residents)
July 27: August Previews (by email)

August 2016
Aug 3: The BookBrowse Review (online mag, with email notification)
Aug 10: No issue
Aug 17: First Impressions (online with email to US residents)
Aug 24: The BookBrowse Review (online mag, with email notification)
Aug 31: September Previews (by email)

September 2016
Sep 7: The BookBrowse Review (online mag, with email notification)
Sep 14: First Impressions (online with email to US residents)
Sep 21: The BookBrowse Review (online mag, with email notification)
Sep 28: October Previews (by email)

October 2016
Oct 5: The BookBrowse Review (online mag, with email notification)
Oct 12: First Impressions (online with email to US residents)
Oct 19: The BookBrowse Review (online mag, with email notification)
Oct 26: November Previews (by email)

November 2016
Nov 2: The BookBrowse Review (online mag, with email notification)
Nov 9: First Impressions (online with email to US residents)
Nov 16: The BookBrowse Review (online mag, with email notification)
Nov 23: No issue, Happy Thanksgiving!

December 2016
Nov 30: First Impressions (online with email to US residents)
Dec 7: The BookBrowse Review (online mag, with email notification)
Dec 14: No issue
Dec 21: No issue, Happy Christmas!
Dec 28: December Previews (by email)

Jan 2017
Jan 4: The BookBrowse Review (online mag, with email notification)
Jan 11: First Impressions (online with email to US residents)
Jan 18: The BookBrowse Review (online mag, with email notification)
Jan 25: February Previews (by email)

The above schedule is subject to change.
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