7 Books to Read this March

Has anyone noticed that March is the perfect month to read? The weather is starting to turn a corner, and any opportunity I get to sit outside with a glass of wine to read sounds amazing. Plus, it’s always around this time that people take a small getaway. Whether it’s spring break or just a long weekend, March seems to be the perfect time to disconnect & unwind for a few days.

Since having a baby I haven’t had the opportunity to read as much as I usually do so my list continues to get longer & longer.  I went through a phase where I’d read books on my Kindle, but I honestly love holding a book in my hand, dog-earing the pages, and sharing the book with others at the end. While the prices of books are crazy compared to renting at the library or buying through Kindle, I’ve found that Amazon usually has the best deals (no surprise), especially for Prime members! For new releases, you can even pre-order to have it arrive the day it comes out!  Here’s what’s on the top of my list:

1. “Today will be Different” by Maria Semple (same author who wrote “Where’d You Go Bernadette”).

2. “Nine Women, One Dress” by Jane L. Rosen.

3. “Modern Lovers” by Emma Straub.

4. “The Girls” by Emma Cline.

5. “The Nest” by Cynthia D’Aprix Sweeney.

6. “Invincible Summer” by Alice Adams.

7. “The Singles Game” by Lauren Weisberger.

Honorable Mention:All Summer Long“, “Small Great Things“, “The Nightingale“, “The Weekenders“, “Sweetbitter” & “Eligible“.

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  • Absolutely love reading suggestions! These seem to be right up my alley- I’ll be sure to check them out (of my local library of course)!

  • The Nest has been on my reading list for a while now, maybe it’s time I actually pick it up! Also Nightingale.

    I couldn’t agree with you more about the books. I love the idea of reading on kindle, but nothing feels (or smells) the same as a book in my hands and wandering through book stores and library stacks!