Start Spring Right With These 46 Marvelous Books Coming in March 2021

Spring is just around the corner, but instead of cleaning out my TBR, I’m endlessly filling it up with ever more exhilarating books. March promises plenty of fiction and nonfiction alike, and my list of anticipated books is pretty full this month. More than ever, I just want to escape to far-flung locations and eras, and the upcoming March publications I’m most excited for reflect this wanderlust. From books set in the Middle East and Africa to Central America, from stories set in the early Middle Ages to now, the best that March has to offer covers a wide range of settings, cultures, topics, and protagonists. I can’t wait to dive in!

For this list, I’ve aimed to include a variety of genres and authors. From inspiring YA fiction and historical fantasies to hard-hitting nonfiction and contemporary thrillers, I hope something here will pique your interest! Here are 46 great new books set for publication in March 2021.

Published on March 2nd:

Naima Coster – What’s Mine and Yours

Nadia Hashimi – Sparks Like Stars

Safia Elhillo - Home is Not a Country

Safia Elhillo – Home is Not a Country

Sarah Penner - The Lost Apothecary

Sarah Penner – The Lost Apothecary 

Mitchell James Kaplan - Rhapsody

Mitchell James Kaplan – Rhapsody

Allison Saft - Down Comes the Night

Allison Saft – Down Comes the Night 

Viet Thanh Nguyen - The Committed

Viet Thanh Nguyen – The Committed

Mary H.K. Choi - Yolk

Mary H.K. Choi – Yolk

Isabel Allende - The Soul of a Woman

Isabel Allende – The Soul of a Woman

Nicole Glover - The Conductors

Nicole Glover – The Conductors

Monica Gomez-Hira - Once Upon a Quinceañera

Monica Gomez-Hira – Once Upon a Quinceañera

Marj Charlier - The Rebel Nun

Marj Charlier – The Rebel Nun

Carola Lovering - Too Good to be True

Carola Lovering – Too Good to be True

Jakob Guanzon - Abundance

Jakob Guanzon – Abundance

Femi Kayode - Lightseekers

Femi Kayode – Lightseekers

Kayleen Schaefer - But You’re Still So Young

Kayleen Schaefer – But You’re Still So Young: How Thirtysomethings are Redefining Adulthood

Published on March 9th:

Imbolo Mbue - How Beautiful We Were

Imbolo Mbue – How Beautiful We Were

Hala Alyan - The Arsonists’ City

Hala Alyan – The Arsonists’ City

Diane Wilson - The Seed Keeper

Diane Wilson – The Seed Keeper

Talia Hibbert - Act Your Age, Eve Brown

Talia Hibbert – Act Your Age, Eve Brown

Sophie Gonzales - Perfect on Paper

Sophie Gonzales – Perfect on Paper

Jessica S. Olson - Sing Me Forgotten

Jessica S. Olson – Sing Me Forgotten

Kate Quinn - The Rose Code

Kate Quinn – The Rose Code

Thomas Grattan - The Recent East

Thomas Grattan – The Recent East

Jess Zimmerman - Women and Other Monsters

Jess Zimmerman – Women and Other Monsters: Building a New Mythology

Chanda Prescod-Weinstein - The Disordered Cosmos

Chanda Prescod-Weinstein – The Disordered Cosmos: A Journey into Dark Matter, Spacetime, and Dreams Deferred

Published on March 16th:

Angeline Boulley - Firekeeper’s Daughter

Angeline Boulley – Firekeeper’s Daughter 

Pola Oloixarac - Mona

Pola Oloixarac – Mona

Laura Maylene Walter - Body of Stars

Laura Maylene Walter – Body of Stars 

Amy Harmon - The Song Book of Benny Lament

Amy Harmon – The Song Book of Benny Lament

Kim Neville - The Memory Collectors

Kim Neville – The Memory Collectors

Anne-Marie McLemore - The Mirror Season

Anne-Marie McLemore – The Mirror Season 

Nadine Matheson - The Jigsaw Man

Nadine Matheson – The Jigsaw Man

Kate Alice Marshall - Our Last Echoes

Kate Alice Marshall – Our Last Echoes

Ruth Bader Ginsburg & Amanda L. Tyler - Justice, Justice Thou Shalt Pursue

Ruth Bader Ginsburg & Amanda L. Tyler – Justice, Justice Thou Shalt Pursue

Published on March 23rd:

Andrea Lee - Red Island House

Andrea Lee – Red Island House

Nicola DeRobertis-Theye - The Vietri Project

Nicola DeRobertis-Theye – The Vietri Project

Constance Sayers - The Ladies of the Secret Circus

Constance Sayers – The Ladies of the Secret Circus

Camilla Sten - The Lost Village

Camilla Sten – The Lost Village

Aiden Thomas - Lost in the Never Woods

Aiden Thomas – Lost in the Never Woods

Libby Hubscher - Meet Me in Paradise

Libby Hubscher – Meet Me in Paradise

Published on March 30th:

Gabriela García - Of Women and Salt

Gabriela García – Of Women and Salt

Denny S. Bryce - Wild Women and the Blues

Denny S. Bryce – Wild Women and the Blues

Dawnie Walton - The Final Revival of Opal and Nev

Dawnie Walton – The Final Revival of Opal and Nev

Kaitlyn Greenidge - Libertie

Kaitlyn Greenidge – Libertie

N. G. Peltier - Sweethand

N. G. Peltier – Sweethand


And that’s a wrap on my list! What books shown here are you excited to read? What new March 2021 books did I miss? Let me know in the comments!

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