There’s nothing like the joy of getting stuck into one of the best new books, especially by way of celebration that Spring is officially en-route. And trust us: you’re going to be well and truly delighted with what this March is bringing to the table. From memoirs to thrilling fiction – from legendary authors to debut writers and GLAMOUR’s February cover star, Paris Hilton – March has it in abundance. And we have some spectacular titles to share with you that you will not be able to put down.
On the more classic end of the spectrum, Margaret Attwood is back with Old Babes in the Woods: a collection of short stories from the famed author The Handmaid’s Tale. To be honest, we would read anything this woman writes, but her latest release is one of her best. Elsewhere, award-winning writer Sebastian also returns this month with a thrilling, disconcerting and heart rendering new novel that will leave you breathless.
If magical mythological books calls your name, Clytemnestra is the one for you, and for all our sultry romance readers, the multimillion book seller Sylvia Day has written a gripping page turner of a story in So Close. Dark academia fans unite: The Book of Eve is the one for you, a dark, powerful manuscript that threatens all.
March is also a hugely exciting month for non-fiction. Dispatches from the Diaspora is an absolutely phenomenal and important read from revered journalist Gary Younge who has been on the frontlines in those historical moments, exploring what has really changed from Nelson Mandela to Black Lives Matter. And The Patriarchs is one for all our feminist readers, unpicking the history of male domination and challenging everything you thought you knew about society – perfectly timed for International Women’s Day. As usual, get ordering from the links below – you will not want to miss these brilliant books.
After more books content? We’ve got sleep books, cookbooks, poetry books, romance novels, true crime books, autobiographies, vegetarian cookbooks, mental health books and adult colouring books. We’ve also got coffee table books, summer books, vegan cookbooks and books by black authors. Don’t say we don’t treat you.
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