16 March 2017

8 Books by Women to Read This Month

March 2017 is shaping up to be a stellar month for new book releases. Although I'm still very much a print kind of reader, I like adding books to my eReader so I can carry a piece of my library with me wherever I go. Here are 8 new books by women you'll find on my tablet.

8 Books by Women Publishing in March 2017
  • The Bone Witch by Rin Chupeco (Sourcebooks Fire): This start of a new fantasy series involves resurrection, witches, siblings, and self-discovery.
  • The Cutaway by Christina Kovac (Atria / 37 Ink): In this psychological thriller set in DC, a TV producer gets caught up in the disappearance of a lawyer.
  • The Fall of Lisa Bellow by Susan Perabo (Simon & Schuster): Billed as a coming-of-age story, this novel explores what happens when a teenager survives a crime that results in the abduction of another girl.
  • Himself by Jess Kidd (Atria): A man returns to the Irish village of his youth to investigate why the mother he never knew abandoned him to an orphanage. A mix of humor, folklore, and mystery.
8 Books by Women Publishing in March 2017
  • It Happens All the Time by Amy Hatvany (Atria): Can best friends reunite and change the nature of their relationship? A contemporary look at love and gender roles.
  • The Night Mark by Tiffany Reisz (Mira): In this time travel novel set on coastal South Carolina a grieving widow finds an unexpected second chance at happiness.
  • Our Short History by Lauren Grodstein (Algonquin): A single mother facing her own mortality must find a way to do the right thing for her young son.
  • The Wanderers by Meg Howrey (Putnam): When three people agree to live in an isolated simulated environment for the chance to be the first people to travel to Mars, they face unforeseen challenges.


(Diane) bookchickdi 3/16/17, 7:31 AM  

There are so many interesting books here, most of whixh are new to me. Himself looks great!

Sarah's Book Shelves 3/16/17, 7:39 AM  

I'm super interested in The Wanderers and I've read Lisa Bellow and really liked it. I do think it's a shame the publisher marketed it as "suspenseful" b/c it's much more a coming of age story, as you described it.

bermudaonion 3/16/17, 8:34 AM  

I'm excited about The Cutaway.

sherry fundin 3/16/17, 10:25 AM  

Some good looking books, but the Cutaway cover grabbed my eye first.
sherry @ fundinmental

rhonda 3/16/17, 10:41 AM  

Great selection I have a few&twill be checking out the others.

Vicki 3/16/17, 1:10 PM  

The Fall of Lisa Bellow, Himself, It Happens All The Time, & Our Short History
are going on my list to read. Not all this month though :)

Kathy Reads Fiction 3/16/17, 3:15 PM  

I have seen Lisa Bellow everywhere and would like to read it, but I have no idea when. I'm interested in the Amy Hatvany book because I've loved what I've read from her in the past. I really think The Wanderers will be a good one, too.

Iliana 3/16/17, 5:47 PM  

I've read about some of these and there are a lot of great reads to look forward to!

Mae Travels 3/17/17, 10:54 AM  

So many great women authors!!

I'm reading a new book ("The Dark Circle") by author Linda Grant, a woman who I think doesn't get all the attention she deserves. Although I'm not very interested in clothes, I find that her writing about clothing ("The Clothes on Their Backs." "The Thoughtful Dresser") offers some interesting insights about women and society. She won the Orange Prize for "When I lived in Modern Times."

best... mae at maefood.blogspot.com

Deb in Hawaii 3/18/17, 12:37 PM  

I have started myself and I am enjoying it and although I have the ARC of Bone Witch, I stumbled across the audio through the library and started listening. So many good books coming out this spring. ;-)

Kailana 3/19/17, 8:29 AM  

Some very good looking books on this list!

Daryl 3/27/17, 9:24 AM  

downloaded Himself this weekend .. sounded good .. as does The Night Mark i like time travel almost as much as dystopia and fantasy ... ahhhhhh

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