New Biography and Memoir Books to Read | March 24

Looking for some new biography and memoir books for your library? There are so many new releases this week that you’re bound to find a new favorite. You can pick up new books from Anne Glenconner, Jen Gotch, Jess Dougherty, and more. Enjoy your new biography and memoir books. Happy reading!



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Buzziest Books of March | 2020

Buzziest Books of March | 2020

The month of March was a great time for readers with a host of exciting releases from bestselling authors. There were so many page-turning novels that captivated us from cover to cover this month. If you want to catch up on the books everyone was talking about, here are our choices for the buzziest books of March. Happy reading!


The Trophy Wife

by Sunday Tomassetti

Cate Cabot is a wallflower. She has always been content to keep the world at arms’ length from behind the register at the upscale Floridian boutique where she has worked for the last nine years. Her days are mostly filled with rich customers not paying any attention to her. That was until Odessa DuVernay. She seems like any other Palm Shores trophy wife at first glance. But she shows a genuine interest in Cate. What begins as an unlikely friendship soon turns into the unthinkable.

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Sinister Magic

by Lindsay Buroker

The first book in the Death Before Dragons series by bestselling author Lindsay Buroker… My name is Val Thorvald and I am an assassin. I take care of magical bad guys that hurt people and that doesn’t make me popular with the rest of the magical community. But thanks to my half-elven blood, a powerful sword named Chopper, and a telepathic Tiger, I’ve always been able to handle my problems with aplomb.

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The Greatest of These

by Lori Morrison

“Beautifully written and put together. Some incredibly sad parts. Left me deep in thought after I finished it.”… Lori Morrison’s husband couldn’t wait to have a working pancreas again. It would mean no more seizures and no more kidney dialysis. But a month after a successful transplant, he suffered a massive stroke that nearly ended his life and left him completely disabled. The life Lori and her husband knew was obliterated.

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You Are Not Alone

by Greer Hendricks & Sarah Pekkanen

The new releases from the New York Times Bestselling Authors of The Wife Between Us and An Anonymous Girl… Love has always eluded Shay Miller. She wants to be fulfilled, but her job is a dead end. She wants to belong but her life is lonely. That was until she met the Moore sisters. When Shay is invited into their inner circle, everything seems to get better. She would die for them to like her… She may have to.

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No Damaged Goods

by Nicole Snow

There’s a reason why Blake Silverton is called Mr. Silver Tongue. The small-town fire chief could sweet talk an angel into sin with his rich velvet voice and drop-dead gorgeous looks. Don’t even get me started on the tortured single dad thing. Wintering in Heart’s Edge isn’t a choice when my van explodes… Neither is gawking at the human bulldozer he keeps coming to my rescue.

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Baffling Blend

by Kennedy Layne

The 11th book in A Paramour Paranormal Mystery series by USA Today Bestselling Author Kennedy Layne… Raven Marigold has had not one, not two, but three shockingly realistic dreams come true in the last week. She might be a witch but she’d definitely not a psychic. When she has a fourth dream about a wicked witch casting a spell upon one of the Marigolds, she must race against time to stop the nightmare from coming true.

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Druid Mystic

by M.D. Massey

The 10th book in The Colin McCool Paranormal Suspense Series by bestselling author M.D. Massey… After killing a psychotic demigod, Colin McCool just wanted to retreat to his beloved junkyard in peace. Unfortunately, the Celtic gods are bringing the fight right to his doorstep, whether he likes it or not.

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Deacon King Kong

by James McBride

“Cracking…Terrific…Deeply felt, beautifully written, and profoundly humane.”… In September 1969, a cranky old church deacon known only as Sportcoat shuffled into the courtyard of the Cause Houses housing project in South Brooklyn. He then pulls out a .38 and shoots a drug dealer at point-blank range. Deacon King Kong explores the reasons for this act of violence and the consequences that spring from it.

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Bestsellers Now in Paperback | March 2020

Take a look at this month’s selection of bestsellers now in paperback! March had a great selection of bestselling books to check out from thrilling mysteries to enthralling literary reads, and insightful biographies. Pick up these latest paperback books by bestselling authors James Pattersron, Blake Crouch, Jacqueline Winspear, Jeffrey Deaver, Alafair Burke, Celeste Ng, Susan Mallery, and many more!


Mystery, Thriller & Suspense


Literary Fiction


Fantasy & Science Fiction


Young Adult


Biography & Memoir

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New Biography and Memoir Books to Read | March 17

Looking for some new biography and memoir books for your library? There are so many new releases this week that you’re bound to find a new favorite. You can pick up new books from Bess Kalb, Madison Smartt Bell, Sarah Ramey, and more. Enjoy your new biography and memoir books. Happy reading!



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New Biography and Memoir Books to Read | March 10

Looking for some new biography and memoir books for your library? There are so many new releases this week that you’re bound to find a new favorite. You can pick up new books from Glennon Doyle, Rebecca Solnit, Leslie Gray Streeter, and more. Enjoy your new biography and memoir books. Happy reading!



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The $0.99 Spring eBook Sale

Over 40 Books. $0.99 each.

Score amazing deals on these fantastic titles and support female authors this Spring.

The Spring eBook Sale is Brought To You by She Writes Press and SparkPress.


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The Best New Memoir Books | March 2020

The Best New Memoir Books | March 2020

Have you made it to the end of your reading list and are in the mood for some interesting new additions? Look no further than these amazing new memoir books from bestselling authors Lori Morrison, Jason Diakité, Elizabeth Tallent, Lisbeth Zornig Andersen, Glennon Doyle, And Erin Khar. Enjoy your new books!


The Greatest of These

by Lori Morrison

Release Date: December 19, 2019

“Beautifully written and put together. Some incredibly sad parts. Left me deep in thought after I finished it.”… Lori Morrison’s husband couldn’t wait to have a working pancreas again. It would mean no more seizures and no more kidney dialysis. But a month after a successful transplant, he suffered a massive stroke that nearly ended his life and left him completely disabled. The life Lori and her husband knew was obliterated.

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A Drop of Midnight

by Jason Diakité

Release Date: March 1, 2020

World-renowned hip-hop artist Jason “Timbuktu” Diakité’s new memoir takes readers on a journey through his own and family’s history. Born to interracial American parents in Sweden, Jason grew up between worlds. Part Swedish, American, black, white, Cherokee, Slovak, and German, he rides a delicate cultural and racial divide. Because of this, he was always in a constant search for himself. Even after becoming successful, Jason fought the complex system of family roots to find a sense of belonging.

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Scratched

by Elizabeth Tallent

Release Date: February 25, 2020

Scratched tells the story of a child, and the adult she becomes, and the role that perfectionism plays in every part of her life. Elizabeth Tallent invites readers into a memoir that juxtaposes moments in the past with the present and uncovers the emotional truth beneath the conventional surface of existence.

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Anger Is My Middle Name

by Lisbeth Zornig Andersen

Release Date: March 1, 2020

Lisbeth Zornig Andersen was born into a violently dysfunctional home in working class Denmark. Lisbeth and her three older brothers were bounced between foster care and state-run institutions, and then back to their chemically dependent mother and sadistic stepfather. It was a childhood with perimeters. Coming of age with a myriad of fears and disorders, Lisbeth had three things that would become a driving force in her life: she was extraordinarily bright, extremely willful and exceptionally angry.

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Untamed

by Glennon Doyle

Release Date: March 10, 2020

From the bestselling author of Love Warrior and Carry On, Warrior… Untamed is Glennon Doyle’s latest memoir that explores the joy and peace we discover when we stop striving to meet the expectations of the world and start trusting the voice deep within us. Elizabeth Gilbert, author of Eat Pray Love says “Untamed will liberate women-emotionally, spiritually, and physically.”

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Strung Out

by Erin Khar

Release Date: February 25, 2020

“This is a story she needed to tell; and the rest of the country needs to listen.”… In Strung Out, Erin Khar tells the story of her deeply personal and illuminating story of her fifteen-year struggle with heroin. She shines a light on the opioid crisis and gives voice to over two million people in America currently battling addiction.

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Interview with Lori Morrison, Author of The Greatest of These

What can you tell us about your new release, The Greatest of These?

It was a story desperate to be told because, even though I was in mourning for my husband who had just passed away, I felt strongly compelled to write it. It’s about a family tragedy which became the catalyst for a deeper faith, for standing against abuse and for reconciliation of a broken marriage. What happened clearly demonstrates that the greatest love means sacrifice of self.

What or who inspired you to become an author?

The extraordinary story inspired me to write. The great amount of suffering I was experiencing made it feel necessary. The sparks to actually push forward with it came in stages but the first thing was conversations I had with a work colleague during that time. I found out that he was a published author of poetry and, with his encouragement, I decided to try my hand at writing poetry.

What’s on your top 5 list for the best books you’ve ever read?

Counterfeit Gods by Tim Keller

The Tale of Despereaux by Kate Dicamillo

The Butterfly Lion by Michael Morpurgo

A Dog’s Life by Ann M Martin

The Unlikely Pilgrimage of Harold Fray by Rachel Joyce

What’s your favorite thing about writing?

My favorite thing is that you can get lost in it. Finding the exact right words to capture depth of feeling for things that are difficult to talk about is like a release valve.

What is a typical day like for you?

I work at a full time day job in an office so that takes up most of my energy and I still have my 20 something daughter living with me and a dog so they are part of my day along with trying to spread the word about this book.

What scene in The Greatest of These was your favorite to write?

My favorite scenes to write were in the final chapter where I am reunited emotionally with my husband, after he did the most unexpected thing – standing up to his father’s abuse of me and him with a single word and while sitting in his wheelchair.

Do you have a motto, quote or philosophy you live by?

C.S. Lewis was right in saying that the longings of the heart can’t be met by the things of this world. Even though we chase after that thing we long for whether it be a relationship, money, power or a career etc., even after attaining these things, the reality of it often disappoints.

If you find yourself disillusioned and at the end of your own strength in this life, you can be assured of what I found for myself; if you go to God in humility and honesty, He will meet you where you are because He really does care about you and wants you to invite Him into your life.

Lori Morrison is the author of the new book The Greatest of These.

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New Biography and Memoir Books to Read | March 3

Looking for some new biography and memoir books for your library? There are so many new releases this week that you’re bound to find a new favorite. You can pick up new books from Lori Morrison, Carrie Underwood, Jimmy Dykes, and more. Enjoy your new biography and memoir books. Happy reading!



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New Biography and Memoir Books to Read | February 25

Looking for some new biography and memoir books for your library? There are so many new releases this week that you’re bound to find a new favorite. You can pick up new books from Erik Larson, Martha MacCallum, Jill Wine-Banks, and more. Enjoy your new biography and memoir books. Happy reading!



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