March Book 2022 Releases

March Book 2022 Releases

Hello my darlings! Discover March’s much-awaited new releases written by famous and up-and-coming women authors. March is a wonderful month to add more women writers to your TBR list. From thrillers, fiction, romance, and more incredible genres, this article brings the best and most-awaited books of the third month of the year. Get ready to add everything to your cart because this March reading list is coming in hot.




Vagabonds! By Eloghosa Osunde

Genre: Fairy Tale 

Release Date: March 1, 2022

Eloghosa Osunde wrote a one-of-a-kind story about vagabonds, society’s displaced individuals who have to constantly fight their way through life. Narrating characters' intertwined paths between each other and how a single event can change their life, Vagabonds! sets the foundations for a mindset revolution.  

To be published on March 1, this Fiction and LGBT novel explores the deep parts of life and how as a society determine people’s roads.




Memphis By Tara M. Stringfellow

Genre: Fiction 

Release Date: March 3, 2022

“A spellbinding debut novel tracing three generations of a Southern Black family and one daughter's discovery that she has the power to change her family's legacy.”  Set in the summer of 95’ when Joan first moved to Memphis with her sister to escape her father’s violence, this story goes back and forth in time exposing episodes that changed her direction in life and how the women in her family helped and guide her into becoming the person she wants to be.

A fantastic Fiction to be published on March 3 about Black women’s lives and the actions that shaped their future.



Glory By NoViolet Bulawayo

Genre: Political Fiction 

Release Date: March 8, 2022


Fans of Animal Farm by George Orwell will love Glory by NoViolet Bulawayo. This story centers around the unexpected fall of Old Horse, leader of a fictional country in which animals must fight to reach true liberation.

Bulawayo focuses on women’s role in the road to independence and how they were set and maintained the foundations for their country’s liberation. It is a wonderful and mind-opening piece that everyone needs to read this 2022. A splendid Fiction set to be published on March 8 ready to take the reader’s perception and thought to the next level.




Like A Star By Kellye Garrett

Genre: Mystery Fiction

Release Date: March 8, 2022

Thriller enthusiasts will want to pay attention to this book. Like a Sister is about the appearance of a celebrity TV star on a playground in the Bronx the morning after her 25th birthday party.

Now her half-sister Lena must come forward and leave aside her family's disputes to try and find justice for Desiree, even if they haven’t spoken in years, and even if this means to share light into some nasty dark family secrets. To be released on March 8, this Thriller must be on your next TBR list.




Something Good By Vanessa Miller

Genre: Adult Fiction

Release Date: March 8, 2022

Vanessa Miller brings three women together after they make a mistake they must try and solve. Something Good is a motivational piece that reminds readers that despite differences, if we stick together, with families, friends, and even just with ourselves, we can overcome any difficulties that might arise. Coming March 8, this Adult Fiction will inspire more than one, as well as help others find their place in the world.




The Last Suspicious Holdout: Stories By Ladee Hubbard

Genre: Literary Fiction

Release Date: March 8, 2022

The Last Suspicious Holdout shares twelve short stories narrating the daily lives of African American families, their friends, and neighbors during the Clinton presidency and up until Obama’s election.    

Ladee Hubbard breaks stereotypes and portrays African American families and a true, raw, and impressive way. With funny and serious stories that have diverse characters and families, The Last Suspicious Holdout is a magnificent Fiction that travels to the heart of African American families' houses, to be published on March 8.



When We Were Birds By Ayanna Lloyd Banwo

Genre: Fairy Tale 

Release Date: March 15, 2022

Ayanna Lloyd Banwo brings two strangers together by their connection with the dead. “You were never the smartest child, but even you should know that when a dead woman offers you a cigarette, the polite thing to do would be to take it. Especially when that dead woman is your mother.” 

When We Were Birds is a magnificent book full of lyricism and lush imagination. Topics such as love, loss, healing, and inheritance are constantly making readers think. This Fantasy masterpiece will be released on March 15 and is expected to break some charts. 





Things Past Telling By Shelia Williams

Genre: Historical Fiction

Release Date: March 15, 2022

Things Past Telling narrates the travel of a woman across the Atlantic ocean that will forever separate her from her homeland. Over the course of 100 years, Maryam Prescilla Grace will face capture, enslavement, spy and translator activities, and more. 

Sheila Williams presents a unique and must-read novel about a woman who loses her homeland and faces life’s most difficult adversities. To be released on March 15, this Fiction navigates through a woman’s memories until the end.




Truth, Lies, and Mr.Grey By Shelly Ellis 

Genre: Thriller

Release Date: March 29, 2022

The second book of the Three Mrs. Greys series is back. Diamond. Noelle. Vanessa, as Cyrus Grey recovers from a near-fatal shooting, each thought they were his only wife. Now, they are fighting hard to make new dreams, even if it means going one dangerous step too far. 

Passion, betrayal, desire, and many more emotions that will leave you out of breath all pile up in this much-awaited second book of the Greys series. To be published on March 29, Shelly Ellis wrote a magnificent and very catchy Romance book.


Have you noticed any new books you want to read? Some of the books above will either make you want to dive into a historical world, spark romance or send you on a fun adventure. I hope that you were able to find something that you want to read and enjoy every minute of your reading session during this season. Happy Reading!

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