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March’s biggest books


Mar 01, 2023

Is it me, or is March an unbearably long month? It’s 31 days, not unlike some of my favorites like July and October. But the constant threat of snow combined with too much green beer just makes it a bit of a slog. On the bright side, there’s always books. Lots of them, in fact, this month to get us through the last days of winter.

Books to keep on your radar

Here’s a few you might want to add to your TBR list: Hello Beautiful by Ann Napolitano (a prime pick for a celeb book club out March 14), Poverty, by America by Matthew Desmond (a most-anticipated book of 2023 by the Pulitzer Prize-winning author available starting March 21) and Claire Jimenez’s What Happened to Ruthy Ramirez that has topped many of the must-read lists will be out March 7.

Harlan Coben’s new thriller I Will Find You will have our hearts pumping starting March 14, and Susan Mallery brings romance readers an emotional, witty and heartfelt new story on March 7 with The Sister Effect. For sci-fi fans, Marie Lu’s latest book, Stars and Smoke, will hit shelves March 28. And beginning March 14, Paris Hilton’s new memoir Paris is sure to be a trip with an audiobook version narrated by the heiress herself.

More coming in March

There’s a lot more where that came from! Go in like a lion and out like a lamb along with me this month as we preview the rest of the biggest books being published this month. Borrow from your local library on the Libby reading app.


About the Author

Annie Suhy has been working in the book industry since 2006. When she’s not working, practicing yoga or petting cats, she’s doing paint-by-numbers or buying more plants. An avid poetry fan, her favorite collection is "The Splinter Factory" by Jeffrey McDaniel.


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