6 books to add to your bucket list

We have now entered March (is it just us or is this year flying by??), which means we are in the last few months in which a person can get away with being curled up on the couch under a blanket with a cup of coffee and book every night hibernating. In case you need some help figuring out what to read, we’ve rounded up a few books that have recently hit bookshelves and are wroth diving into. There’s something for everyone here and now is the time to get ahead of those summer reading lists.

“Almost Famous Women” by Megan Mayhew Bergman. This is a collection of historical short stories on lesser-known famous women. It delivers stories based on real, fascinating women in history and shines a deserved spotlight on them and will no doubt leave you inspired.

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Don’t miss out on this great read by Paula Hawkins. Image: via Amazon.

“The Girl on the Train” by Paula Hawkins. When Rachel sees something she cannot unsee on her usual train commute, she becomes entangled in a mystery involving a gorgeous couple and their secrets. This is definitely one of the most riveting books you’ll read this season.

“Unbecoming” by Rebecca Scherm. Grace is on the run after she orchestrates a heist that lands two guys in jail. So she assumes an entirely new identity and I wouldn’t be surprised if this turns into a film.

“The Tutor” by Andrea Chapin. This is a historical fiction where Chapin imagines a world where Shakespeare becomes a reading tutor to a woman who learned much more than just words on the page.

“Black Dog Summer” by Miranda Sherry. If you are looking to get a good pull on those heartstrings, pick up this novel about a 38-year-old woman who was killed in a South African massacre. The book is about the lives of those who she left behind as they come to terms with the senseless murder.

What books do you suggest reading this spring? Click here for even more of our reading suggestions.