Anticipated Book Releases | March 2019

Hello my fellow book lovers! It’s time to discuss which March book releases I am looking forward to! As usual, I don’t including sequels of series I haven’t started yet, even when I’m looking forward to reading them someday.

You can check out my most anticipated February 2019 releases here!

These are in order of publication date. When you click on the book’s title, you will be brought to the Goodreads page.

Isn’t this cover absolutely stunning?! I usually don’t reach for Young Adult dystopia, but Dealing in Dreams stars an all-girl crew and characters of colour, so I am intrigued! I know this will be available on my audiobook service when it’s released, so I might pick this up sooner rather than later.

publication date: March 5th, 2019

This cover is so pretty as well! Once again, YA romances are usually not my favourite. Opposite of Always, however, has an interesting premise: When Kate dies, her boyfriend Jack is send back in time and he is meeting her all over again. Time-travelling when the stakes are so high and emotional is something I’m certainly interested in reading.

publication date: March 5th, 2019

You Asked for Perfect is one of my most anticipated book releases of the year. Because this novel deals with academic pressure and mental health, I know it’s going to be incredibly relatable. On top of that, the main character Ariel is a bisexual Jewish boy, so that sounds amazing as well!

publication date: March 5th, 2019

I don’t tend to read poetry often, but when I read the Witch Doesn’t Burn in This One last year, I was surprised by the amount of poems I liked. I plan on reading the Princess Saves Herself in This One someday and the Mermaid’s Voice Returns in This One is on my TBR as well.

publication date: March 5th, 2019

It’s no secret I love The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo by Taylor Jenkins Reid, so obviously I’m very keen to pick up her newest release. I know it most likely won’t exceed my love of Evelyn Hugo, but Daisy Jones and The Six sounds great nonetheless!

publication date: March 5th, 2019

I love hard-hitting contemporaries and Heroine sounds right up my alley. The plot reminds me of Far From You by Tess Sharpe, which is also about a girl who becomes addicted to pain medication following a painful car accident.

publication date: March 12th, 2019

What’s up with all the beautiful covers this month?! I’m not complaining though! Queenie is a adult contemporary debut about a Jamaican British woman named Queenie. The Jamaican British representation is #OwnVoices.

publication date: March 19th, 2019

Internment is set in a near-future USA, where Muslim Americans are forced into internment camps. This is one of my most anticipated releases of 2019 and I really hope it won’t disappoint. I liked Ahmed’s debut Love, Hate and Other Filters, but it wasn’t quite what I had wanted.

publication date: March 19th, 2019

Finally we have another queer middle grade written by the wonderful Ashley Herring Blake. She’s one of my all-time favourite authors, so obviously I can’t wait to read the Mighty Heart of Sunny St. James.

publication date: March 26th, 2019

So here you go, these are my most anticipated March 2019 book releases! Which ones are you looking forward to?

Thank you for reading,

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3 thoughts on “Anticipated Book Releases | March 2019

  1. Haha, my tbr may have just doubled. I’m in such a contemporary kick and (despite the time travel), Opposite of Always looks just like what I need! (Seriously! I hadn’t heard of it before … but now I can’t wait until the 5th! Ack!!!) But really, though. March is the month of gorgeous covers. 😍😍

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