Wishlist Wednesday| Anticipated Releases March 2022

It seems like this year is going to be another quick one, because it’s already time to talk about our anticipated March releases. March tends to be a busy publishing month, so it’ll be fun to see how many releases we’re looking forward to! Keep on reading to see what books are on our list.

Gallant – V.E. Schwab (March 1st)

As massive V.E. Schwab fans we don’t even need to know anything about her newest book because we immediately add it to our wishlists. Luckily the synopsis also sounds really great. It’s a bit of a ghost story and the house sounds creepy.

This Might Get Awkward – Kara McDowell (March 1st)

This Might Get Awkward sounds like the perfect summer romance. I’ve really enjoyed other books written by this author, so I need to give this one a go. The main character has social anxiety and ends up in a kind of fake relationship, because she doesn’t dare set the story straight. I’m excited to read this one.

Edgewood – Kristen Ciccarelli (March 1st)

A fae YA story, I don’t think there can be to many of those! So of course we’re adding this one. Kristen is also a really nice human being in real life so that’s always a plus. Her first book was good so high hopes for this one!

A Night to Die For – Lisa Schroeder (March 1st)

A murder mystery set at prom night, yes please! We already have eARC’s for this one so we plan on reading and reviewing it soon. This is one of those books were you don’t want to know too much about it before going in.

The Night Shift – Alex Finlay (March 1st)

I’ve been enjoying thrillers more often and The Night Shift is one that’s been on my radar for a few months after seeing early reviews. I love that the setting is a Blockbuster. I’ll definitely be giving this one a try.

By Any Other Name – Lauren Kate (March 1st)

We’ve been getting a lot of romances with characters that work with books whether as an author or editor. In By Any Other name our main character is a romance editor and gets a big opportunity. All she has to do is cure an autor’s writer’s block. Not too hard right? I’m guessing love is in the future as well.

Mr. Wrong Number – Lynn Painter (March 1st)

Lynn Painter was added to my favorite author list after Better Than the Movies. So needless to say I’ve been wanting Mr. Wrong Number is an understatement. I love books with text messages sent wrong and how that will start this relationship.

The Rumor Game – Dhonielle Clayton & Sona Charaipotra (March 1st)

A mystery at a posh private school is always interesting to me. It sounds a little bit like Ace of Spades with the rumors but I’m sure this will go in a different direction. Excited to see where this book will take us!

One for All – Lillie Lainoff (March 8th)

A gender-bent retelling of The Three Musketeers! That already sounds awesome. It’s also ownvoices for the disability rep which is really cool. The rep is for the chronic illness POTS, interesting to read about this for sure.

If You Ask Me – Libby Hubscher (March 8th)

Books with advice columns are fun and this time our main character writes them. When she catches her husband cheating she becomes brutally honest and goes viral. This sounds like something I really need to read. Especially when a hot firefighters comes into the picture.

I Am Margaret Moore – Hannah Capin (March 15th)

I really liked all the Hannah Capin books I’ve read so far, they can be pretty brutal and that’s just how I like them. Hopefully this one is equally brutal! I have an eARC and did start it already, I think it will be time to finish it soon.

A Magic Steeped in Poison – Judy I. Lin (March 29th)

This gorgeous book and start of a duology sounds like it will be right up my alley. It’s a historical fiction fantasy YA about the ancient art of tea making. I am very intrigued! There is also a magical competition and I will forever love that trope.

Always Jane – Jenn Bennett (March 29th)

Okay, so I have to admit that I’m not the biggest fan of love triangles. Always Jane is clearly going to have one, but the story sounds like the perfect summer read so how can I resist? I’ll just have to read and see how this romance turns out.

So This Is Ever After – F.T. Lukens (March 29th)

I’ve been wanting to give this author a try since In Deeper Waters released last year. This author gets some stunning covers and So This Is Ever After sounded amazing. I’m actually currently reading an e-arc now and it’s fun so far. The sarcasm is so much fun.

Message Not Found – Dante Medema (March 29th)

Losing a best friend can’t be easy and I’m always interested in stories that explore that. Message Not Found gets a twist when it turns into more of a thriller when our main character uses a chat bot that starts hinting more was going on. I’m intrigued.

Survive the Dome – Kosoko Jackson (March 29th)

One of my most anticipated of the year! This sounds so so cool, and I have very high hopes. I like the idea of a city being shutting down (just not in real life haha) and see the characters fend for themselves. Some of my favorite kind of stories!

Four Aunties and a Wedding – Jesse Q. Sutanto (March 29th)

I loved Dial A for Aunties and laughed quite a bit while reading it. So I didn’t have to think twice about adding Four Aunties and a Wedding on this anticipated releases list. Wedding vendors that end up being mafia. This should be interesting!


So these are the books we’re looking forward to that release in March. What books are you looking forward to reading? Have we missed any? Let us know in the comments. We’d love to hear from you!


5 thoughts on “Wishlist Wednesday| Anticipated Releases March 2022

  1. There are so many good books coming out! I already read One For All, A Magic Steeped in Poison, and Edgewood. I loved all three. So This Is Ever After was good, too. I can’t wait for Always Jane and Four Aunties and a Wedding.

  2. Gallant is one I’m definitely looking forward to! Love Schwab! Also Night Shift. So many great books coming out!

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