March Book Releases

Hi, friends!

Here are the March book releases that I’m really looking forward to. I plan to watch out for these titles at the library or in book deals. My personal favorite place to look for reviews on new books is Kirkus Reviews. In this post, I will include the book cover, link to the review, genre, audience, and brief comment from the Kirkus review. Maybe you will add some of these books to your list!

The Curator by Owen King

Genre: Historical Fantasy

Audience: Adult

Dickens novel meets Hieronymus Bosch painting—dark, chaotic fun.

Go As A River by Shelly Read

Genre: Fiction

Audience: Adult

An auspicious

The Adventures of Amina Al-Sirafi

Genre: Fantasy

Audience: Adult

Sheer joy, with quirky characters, spooky monsters, sprightly banter, and swashbuckling that puts Sindbad to shame.

The Teachers by Alexandra Robbins

Genre: Non-fiction

Audience: Adult

An important and eye-opening book that all parents, teachers, and educational administrators should read.

Lone Women by Victor Lavalle

Genre: Short Stories

Audience: Historical Fantasy

Acrobatic storytelling, both out there and down-home.

The Great Reclamation by Rachel Heng

Genre: Fiction

Audience: Adult

Like a drop of rain that holds the reflection of the world, crystalline and beautiful.

Saints of the Household by Ari Tison

Genre: Fiction

Audience: Young Adult

Remarkably compelling.

Infinity Gate by M.R. Carey

Genre: Science Fiction

Audience: Adult

A genuine treat for SF fans: an epic multiverse tale that moves like a thriller.


  1. I’m definitely interested in reading Go as a River but there are so many great books being released this month that it’s going to be hard to choose.

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