March 2018 Buzz Books Monthly
by Publishers Lunch
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Pub Date 01 Feb 2018 | Archive Date 01 Apr 2018
You'll find exclusive excerpts of five novels and three YA titles with March publication dates in this jam-packed sampler. Happiness by Aminatta Forna, The Heart Between Us by Lindsay Harrel, and Hot and Badgered by Shelly Laurenston are all love stories but each has a unique twist. Auntie Poldi and the Sicilian Lions, a comic novel, is Italian/German author Mario Giordano’s first book to be translated into English. The debut in this sampler is Alice Feeney’s thriller, Sometimes I Lie.
Young adult fiction includes Matt Killeen’s Orphan Monster Spy, Farrah Penn’s Twelve Steps to Normal, and Kiley Roache’s Frat Girl.
Buzz Books Monthlies are your first and best place to turn for a real insider's taste of what to read next, and what the book world will be talking about next month. As always, you can check out our extensive preview of new books of interest coming to market in the month ahead.
We hope you enjoy the monthly Buzz Books—keep an eye out for April Buzz Books available in early March. Also, remember that our twice-a-year Buzz Books includes new books from big authors and breakout talents through exclusive and substantial pre-publication excerpts.
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Thanks for the preview! Even more excited for the YA titles now. I already read Sometimes I Lie and cannot wait for others to get their hands on it so we can discuss! Such a great, psychological thriller. A number of great titles here :)
This is a great collection of excerpts of upcoming books for the month of March 2018.
It contains an introduction followed by a section with a list of "Literary Favorites and Emerging Talents", debut fiction, commercial fiction, and nonfiction titles. Then it has a section of "Week by Week" title releases and at the end some book excerpts that were originally published in Buzz Books 2018: Spring/Summer and Buzz Books 2018: Young Adult Spring/Summer. I particularly enjoyed the excerpt for SOMETIMES I LIE by Alice Feeney.
Overall, a great list of buzzing titles for the month of March 2018.
Once again a very informative catalogue of the upcoming releases. I particularly enjoyed the exerpts of Twelve Steps To Normal, which was already on my radar, and Frat Girl. I think I will be checking out every Book Buzz issue that comes out!
Useful as always - good to get some extra focus on some of the titles that had already been mentioned in prior Buzz Books but drowned a bit in the masses. Thanks!
I love these books! They're one of the most helpful tools to prepare for upcoming book releases.
I love these monthly Buzz Books! It really helps me pick which books to feature on my blog during the month. I am really excited about Sometimes I Lie from this group of excerpts. I do appreciate the variety in the collection of excerpts.
Thanks for this list of upcoming March publications. I am busy working through my February TBR and this publication is so helpful in planning my March reading. These series of Buzz Books are so great!
Great collection of March releases. Excited for Sometimes I Lie!
Fantastic as always, a top resource for book lovers everywhere! I never miss one - you cannot go wrong. Alice Feeney's "Sometimes I Lie" was already on my TBR but the excerpt was a welcome addition to the synopsis and has me even more certain that I'll love it. Much appreciated!
What an awesome way to introduce books to readers. Each book has a chapter or two for the reader to check out to see if they like the writing and want to read more. I requested two and wrote the rest down for later. Each excerpt usually has a link that the reader can click on that takes them to Netgalley where they can request the book! Such a brilliant idea.
To pass over an opportunity to read the latest Buzz Books seems rather silly to me. It takes very little time to work your way through it, and it provides such wonderful information about which books are coming out next. This March edition reminded me of a book I need to pre-order, and drew my attention to other goodies I was somehow unaware of. Buzz Books is always a "can't miss" for me. :)
The is a great list of upcoming releases for March 2018. I love that we can read some excerpts here to get an idea about a few of the soon to be released books. This is such a useful tool for anyone wanting to keep up with book releases. I look forward to reading these each month.
Another great installment from Publisher's Lunch!
Books to look out for this month:
Happiness ~ Aminatta Forna (3/6)
The Italian Teacher ~ Thomas Rachman (3/20)
Pure Hollywood ~ Christine Shutt (3/13)
Sometimes I Lie ~ Alice Feeney (3/13)
The Flight Attendant ~ Chris Bohjalian (3/13)
Let Me Lie ~ Claire Mackintosh (3/13)
The Family Next Door ~ Sally Hepworth (3/6)
Speak No Evil ~ Uzodinma Iweala (3/6)
March is Women's History Month! Look for these titles -
Ask Me About My Uterus: A Quest to Make Doctors Believe in Women's Pain ~ Abby Norman
Just the Funny Parts ... And a Few Hard Truths About Sneaking Into the Hollywood Boy's Club ~ Nell Scovell
The Woman's Hour: The Great Fight to Win the Vote ~ Elaine Weiss
I always look forward to these samples and love getting to see through them. I cannot wait for some of these titles to be released!
This is my first copy of Buzz Books and I found it to be a very useful tool to help inform me off which books I should be looking out for in the coming months. Very informative with books to suit all tastes.
Always find this compilation useful of upcoming releases and anticipated debut novelists.
Fantastic guide for upcoming book releases, including week-by-week summary, excerpts, publishing information and links.
Buzz Books Monthly is one of my favorite ways to find new favorites! I'm looking forward to checking out quite a few of March releases now!
Found multiple titles that I will be purchasing. I love finding new reads this way.
Great update on upcoming titles! Especially enjoyed the Young Adult titles.
Always a pleasure to see the next edition of Buzz Books Monthly from Publishers Lunch. This month it lists the March publishing preview which includes Literary Favorites and Emerging Talents, Debut Fiction, Commercial Fiction, Nonfiction and books deserving extra attention as well as a week-by-week schedule of more titles of note. There are also excerpts of the following novels: Happiness by Aminatta Forna, The Heart Between Us by Lindsay Harrel, Hot and Badgered by Shelly Laurenston, Auntie Poldi and the Sicilians Lions by Mario Giordano and Sometimes I Lie by Alice Feeney. There are also excerpts of the following young adult fiction: Orphan Monster Spy by Matt Killeen, Twelve Steps to Normal by Farrah Penn and Frat Girl by Kiley Roache. Altogether a very useful reader's advisory.
I love seeing this pop up in my feed every month. I always find some great new books to add to my want to read list.
I found a few books here to add to my wish list. I already downloaded one. I really like the lists that tell me what new books are being released each week. Those lists give me an idea of what to watch for at the library.
This book was not what I thought. Though taking time to have a read I think it would be very useful.
Love this! It's always nice to have and read a guide for upcoming books, and this is for the month of March. Look out, people, March is going to be good!!
Book Buzz provides a terrific service to avid readers. Here we are with the March issue. Take a look and see what needs to be placed on your TBR pile!
Time to grab your copy of March 2018 Buzz Books Monthly from Publishers Lunch. These regular updates are a great source of ideas for future purchases and requests from NetGalley. Following a general format, this month's edition includes a list of soon-to be published books. Several are from familiar names -- for example, Tom Rachman's The Italian Teacher (Viking 3/20) or C. J. Box's The Disappeared (Putnam 3/27). I am looking forward to reading Memento Park (FSG, 3/13) by Mark Sarvas and I was Anastasia (Doubleday, 3/27) by Ariel Lawhon amongst others. This issue of Buzz Books also contained excerpts from several books, including some love stories, but I am most curious to read all of Kelly Roache's FRAT GIRL in which Cassie proposes to pledge Delta Tau Chi in order to afford college with a scholarship for researching the misogynistic behavior of the frat boy members.
I love Buzz books. Just enough of the book to suck you in and know whether or not it would suit the library where you work.
The sampler contained several great reads that kept me wanting more! I'm especially excited to read Alice Feeney's "Sometimes I Lie" in full when it comes out.
Useful reference of books to be published on March. I would recommend anyone interested in reading a diverse choice of genres to consult this
This is of course just a catalogue but I find it very handy to keep up to date with all the new releases
As always, the March issue of Buzz Books Monthly does not disappoint. It contains excerpts from five novels and three YA novels, giving you a nice sample of what March has in store. In addition to the excerpts, there is also a listing of March publications. A great resource!
March is going to be filled with exciting new releases! I'm especially looking forward to getting my hands on Orphan Monster Spy and Frat Girl.
I love getting new editions of Buzz Books. The March 2018 edition had two books in particular that stuck out to me.
Sometimes I lie by Alice Feeney seems captivating. The cover is beautiful, with an image of a woman falling through space. There is something very compelling about the title as well. It makes me automatically assume that the narrator is unreliable. Overall it just sounds great. The narrator is in a coma, but she can hear what is happening around her, and wants to know how she ended up in the situation she is in. It certainly grabbed my attention and I can hardly wait to read it.
The second book that really grabbed my attention is one that I have seen the preview for once already. Orphan Monster Spy, by Matt Kileen. This book seems CRAZY fast paced. By the end of the preview (both times) I was anxious, which I feel is just about the best praise a book can get. I need to know what happens next!!
Can't wait for these new releases! While I primarily read YA, I love receiving these sneak peaks to look out for new authors
Great selections and I am looking forward to reading a few. I always enjoy these seasonal previews!
As usual - a great selection of books and genres to further weigh down my groaning TBR list! These Buzz Books never disappoint.
There are some really good books that are coming out this month (March 2018) that I am really excited for! The two that I am most looking forward to are listed below:
-Happiness (by Aminatta Forna): is a "masterful tale of love and loss, cruelty and kindness" where "Forna asks us to consider the interconnectedness of our lives, our coexistence with one another and all living creatures, and the true nature of happiness."
Sometimes I Lie (by Alice Feeney): I have heard a lot about this book and really want to read it... "There are three things you should know about me: 1. I'm in a coma. 2. My husband doesn't love me anymore. 3. Sometimes I lie."
Great titles upcoming for the Month of March. Some of which I am definitely interested in.
I love getting Buzz Books. It always helps me know what I might be interested in, what I might request, and what I HAVE TO GET MY HANDS ON!
My personal picks for this month are:
Sometimes I lie
The Heart Between Us
Twelve Steps to Normal
indispensable book to discover in greater length new books. The longer read enables me to get a better feeling for the story and get to know the style of the writer better. It is a great help to decide what to read next.
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