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B is for “Book Release”: RBG’s Last Book To Be Published in 2021

The loss of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg is without a doubt one of the lower lows of this uncommonly uphill year, and so it may come as a comfort to many that the allegedly notorious RBG—a national pillar of empowerment, equity, and social justice—is not quite done speaking.

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9 New Books to Read in March

Looking for something new to read this month? Look no further than these nine new novels set for release throughout the coming weeks!

1. The Grace Kelly Dress by Brenda Janowitz 

Inspired by Grace Kelly’s iconic wedding dress, this novel tells the story of how this special dress plays a role in the lives of different women. From an orphan who created the dress itself in 1958, all the way to a powerful CEO in 2020 who plans to wear the garment for her upcoming wedding, this dress has touched the lives of many different women over the years. The Grace Kelly Dress is set to be released on March 3.

 

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2. Separation anxiety by laura zigman

After finding her son’s old baby sling in the basement one day, Judy decides to put her dog into it. Amid a stale career, sick best friend, and a loveless marriage, Judy finds comfort in wearing her dog across her chest. Separation Anxiety is Laura Zigman’s anticipated return to fiction and this hilarious, moving novel is well worth the wait. Separation Anxiety is out March 3. 

 

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3. Anna K: A Love Story by jenny lee

A modern re-telling of the classic Anna Karenina, Anna K follows the story of seventeen-year old New York socialite, Anna. However, after she meets Alexia “Count” Vronsky, her whole life is changed. Anna K: A Love Story is out March 3.

 

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4. Woman on the edge by samantha bailey

Already a bestseller in Canada, Samantha Bailey’s thrilling debut novel tells the story of a subway suicide, an abandoned baby, and the consequential murder investigation that ensues. The story follows Morgan Kincaid as she tries to understand this freak incident and the investigation of her as a suspect for murder. Woman on the Edge is out in the U.S. on March 3.

 

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5. A phoenix first must burn edited by Patrice caldwell

Dubbed the Lemonade for a teen audience, A Phoenix First Must Burn: Sixteen Stories of Black Girl Magic, Resistance, and Hope is a collection of stories centered around black women and gender nonconforming individuals. This collection of stories features many different genres, including fantasy, science fiction, and folklore and features popular authors Elizabeth Acevedo and Ibi Zoboi. This YA collection is for everyone, not just teens! It releases on March 10. 

 

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6. Untamed by glennon doyle 

From Glennon Doyle, Untamed is a story about how to be your best, untamed self. It candidly follows Doyle as she falls in love with a woman while on tour for her bestselling memoir, which is centered around repairing her marriage. Through her personal stories, Doyle teaches us how we can go back to the person we once were. Set for release March 10.

 

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7. the mountains sing by Nguyễn Phan Quế Mai

Nguyễn Phan Quế Mai’s debut novel, The Mountains Sing, follows the Trần family through four generations. Throughout the story, readers see the toll history takes on the family as they do what is needed in order to survive. This novel is out March 17.

 

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8. wow, no thank you: Essays by samantha irby

Fans of Samantha Irby’s memoirs, essays, or blog will love her newest essay collection titled, Wow, No Thank You. This essay collection is a hilarious, no-holding-back, look at life that will have you laughing out loud and shaking your head in agreement. Pick up this book when life has you saying, “Wow, no thank you!” Set for release on March 31.

 

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9. it’s not all downhill from here by terry mcmillian

From New York Times best selling author Terry McMillian, It’s Not All Downhill from Here tells the story of sixty-eight year old Loretha Curry. Loretha has a great life with a successful store, loving husband, and wonderful group of friends. But when an unexpected tragedy rocks her world, she has to determine if life really is downhill from there. This novel is out March 31.

 

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Everything To Know About ‘The Midnight Lie’

If you loved Marie Rutoski’s The Winner’s Curse, you don’t want to miss her new YA fantasy novel, The Midnight Lie, out today!

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The book is the first in a duology—set in the world of The Winner’s trilogy, I might add! It follows Nirrim, whose life as a Half Kith is heavily restricted. Forced to follow the rules, and forbidden from the finer pleasures reserved for High Kith, Nirrim keeps her dangerous secret closely guarded. But when she meets Sid, a traveler not to be trusted, Nirrim’s world is turned on its head as she abandons her old life in search of rumored High Caste magic. 

 

Marie Rutoski is known as something of a romance queen, especially the frustratingly forbidden love we see with Arin and Kestrel in The Winner’s Trilogy. As one of the most highly-anticipated LGBTQ romances of the year, The Midnight Lie is no exception. The romance, combined with Rutoski’s rich prose, is sure not to disappoint. While Rutoski draws on the same world as her prior novels, The Midnight Lie promises a glimpse into the struggles of lower status people, a change of direction from the high class life Kestrel leads in The Winner’s Curse.

But the answer to the biggest question remains to be seen: will Kestrel and Arin make a guest appearance in this book? (My heart sure hopes so!)

 

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If you’re looking to catch Rutoski on tour, here are some dates to keep in mind. She will be at Cassandra Clare’s Chain of Gold launch tonight at Barnes and Noble Union Square in NYC at 8 PM. While this is Clare’s book launch, Rutoski will also be there to sign copies of The Midnight Lie. Keep an eye out for Rutoski on these dates:

March 7: North Texas Teen Book Festival, Irving, TX

March 14: Tucson Festival of Books, Tucson, AZ

March 28: Teen Author Boot Camp, Provo, UT

May 30: BookCon, NYC

 

 

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