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    Whose birthday is it? Authors born in March (a roundup)

    Do you share a birthday with a famous author? Even if you don't, a fun way to discover new books is to read a one in celebration of...
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    Now in paperback: March's red hot reads

    Do you sometimes skip over titles at the bookstore, unsure if they're really worth $35? You're in luck! Most books make the...
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    Fragrance Day: A roundup

    Did you know there's a National Fragrance Day? That's right, March 21 of every year is a day to celebrate... well... smelling good....
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    Armchair travels: Rome (a roundup)

    Rome, the center of the Western Catholic Church, moves front and center this month. Not only will Christians soon celebrate Easter,...
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    Crime fiction picks for March

    Mysteries and thrillers have always been a popular genre, but it's having a renaissance right now. There are countless novels...
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    RED HOT BOOK OF THE WEEK: Heart Like Mine by Amy Hatvany

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    Amy Hatvany's latest, Heart Like Mine (March 19), is an emotional and impactful novel about motherhood and our pick for the Red...
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    Lounging around with Amy Hatvany

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    Amy Hatvany, author of Heart of Mine (March 19) chats with the SheKnows Book Lounge about her novel, her passion for cooking and her...
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    March reads that won't break the bank: A roundup

    It's always fun discovering new releases, but hardcovers can be so expensive! Along with that choice hardcover release, how about...
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    What's hot in memoirs and biography: A March roundup

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    Each month, Candace of Beth Fish Reads invites you to meet fascinating people by reading buzz-worthy memoirs or biographies. This...
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    Celebrate Irish-American month: An audiobook roundup

    As you might expect, March is Irish-American month. We're celebrating by listening to a book about a contemporary Irish-American...
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    National Nutrition Month: Reading roundup

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    With a third of all adults in the United States being classified as obese and children as young as 9 getting gastric bypass surgery,...
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    Lounging around with James Markert

    Novelist and screenwriter James Makert's A White Wind Blew is set at the Waverly Hills tuberculosis sanatorium during Prohibition....
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    RED HOT BOOK OF THE WEEK: Family Pictures by Jane Green

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    Jane Green's latest novel, Family Pictures , is a riveting story of two women who are strangers until a a shocking secret brings...
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    March mysteries: A roundup

    March means Easter, St. Patrick's Day, and, of course, basketball. If you're a mystery lover, we have the perfect picks to get you...
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    National Women's History Month: A round-up

    March is National Women's History Month, and to celebrate the women who've changed our lives, we're bringing you books that will...
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    Fiction meets TV: A The Taste mash-up

    Lots of reality TV shows focus on cooking, but The Taste is the latest — and the hottest. Luckily for us, while we're waiting long...
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    March historical fiction round-up: Women's History Month

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    Historical fiction covers a variety of subjects, not just the wives of Henry VIII. In honor of Women's History Month, we have...
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    Spring break round-up: Best books to take on vacay

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    Who says spring break is only about the kids? You deserve to relax, too. And what better way than with a good book? So let the kids...
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    Hot YA reads: Great books released in February

    YA, or young adult novels, aren't just for teenagers anymore. Each month, we bring you the hottest YA reads that everyone is buzzing...
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    Historical fiction beyond Anne Boleyn: Russia

    Historical fiction covers a variety of subjects, not just the wives of Henry VIII. So much historical fiction is set in western...