[edgtf_dropcaps type=”normal” color=”#d6a67c” background_color=””]W[/edgtf_dropcaps]e love helping readers find the best books each week in our e-newsletter, via our quarterly reading guides, and through our many book lists. Despite all our best intentions, we can’t read all the books – even though we wish we could! Plus, sometimes we miss out on early copies, and we have to wait until books are available in bookstores. So this book list is filled with those books we can’t wait to get our hands on this month. March is planning to round out the first quarter of 2021 with some excellent books. So check out this list of new books that we can’t wait to read this month!
The Soul of a Woman by Isabel Allende
The Soul of a Woman by Isabel Allende is a passionate and inspiring meditation on what it means to be a woman.
Sparks Like Stars by Nadia Hashimi
An Afghan American woman returns to Kabul to learn the truth about her family and the tragedy that destroyed their lives.
Black Girl, Call Home by Jasmine Mans
From spoken word poet Jasmine Mans comes an unforgettable poetry collection about race, feminism, and queer identity. Black Girl, Call Home is a love letter to the wandering Black girl and a vital companion to any woman on a journey to find truth, belonging, and healing.
The Scapegoat by Sara Davis
A mesmerizing postmodern debut novel, The Scapegoat is a propulsive and destabilizing literary mystery that follows a man at a university in the San Francisco Bay area as he investigates his father’s death.
Yolk by Mary H. K. Choi
A funny and emotional story about two estranged sisters and how far they’ll go to save one of their lives–even if it means swapping identities.
Surviving Savannah by Patti Callahan
It was called The Titanic of the South. The luxury steamship sank in 1838 with Savannah’s elite on board; through time, their fates were forgotten–until the wreck was found, and now their story is finally being told.
The Lamplighters by Emma Stonex
Inspired by a haunting true story, a gorgeous and atmospheric novel about the mysterious disappearance of three lighthouse keepers from a remote tower miles from the Cornish coast–and about the wives who were left behind.
The Dating Plan by Sara Desai
Even with a step-by-step plan, these fake fiancés might accidentally fall for each other in this hilarious, heartfelt romantic comedy.
The Ladies of the Secret Circus by Constance Sayers
A magical story spanning from Jazz Age Paris to modern-day America of family secrets, sacrifice, and lost love set against the backdrop of a mysterious circus.
What do you think about the books on this list?
Are any of these books on your TBR? What books are you looking forward to reading in March? What books would you add to the list?