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New Releases: Most Anticipated Releases for March 2020

New Releases: Most Anticipated Releases for March 2020

I’M LATE. I’m late, I’m so very very late.

February was a rollercoaster of a month for me, and although I managed to keep up with my reading, my writing/reviewing toppled completely off the cliff. So here are my most anticipated non-fiction releases for March over an entire week late*.

The Home Stretch by Sally Howard

The Home Stretch by Sally Howard

Publishing Date: 05 March 2020
Publishing House: Atlantic Books

Over the last few months I have found myself reaching for more and more feminist books. The Home Stretch (Why it’s time to come clean about who does the dishes) examines feminism in the modern-day home, the current play-off of who is responsible for domestic housework.

I’m excited to see how feminism is playing out in the modern-day household, in both the UK and the US. It feels like the perfect follow-on read to Invisible Women.

Minor Feelings, A Reckoning on Race and the Asian Condition by Cathy Park Hong

Minor Feelings

Minor Feelings by Cathy Park Hong

Publishing Date: 05 March 2020
Publishing House: Profile Books

Profile Books are one of my all time favourite publishing houses. They have published some of my favourite non-fiction works including Mindf*ck by Christopher Wylie, Nuking the Moon by Vince Houghton, and People Like Us by Hashi Mohammed.

Minor Feelings is described as: “a radically honest work of art, Minor Feelings forms a portrait of one Asian American psyche – and of a writer’s search to both uncover and speak the truth”. Covering race, identity, and politics, Minor Feelings has been chosen by the Guardian as a Book of 2020 and has already received high-praise.

How to Feel Good in Difficult Times by Gael Lindenfield

How to Feel Good in Difficult Times by Gael Lindenfield

Publishing Date: 05 March 2020
Publishing House: Trigger Publishing

Publishers of This Too Will Hurt, Trigger Publishing specialise in books on mental health, wellbeing, and personal care. Mental health is a topic that is incredibly close to my heart, and something that I can relate to on a personal level. Trigger are linked to Shaw Mind, with all profits from their books going directly to the charity.

How to Feel Good in Difficult Times provides its readers with the tools to tackle the highs and lows of life. Something I know I definitely need!

Five Rules for Rebellion by Sophie Walker

Five Rules for Rebellion by Sophie Walker

Publishing Date: 05 March
Publishing House: Icon Books

Five Rules for Rebellion appeals to me for a number of reasons. Firstly, it is no secret on this blog that I feel confused by the current state of the world; learning how to be an effective activist will be one step on the journey to changing that. Secondly, this book covers a range of topics including poverty, feminism, and the environment – all subjects I am very interested in. And lastly, with a strap line like ‘Let’s change the world for ourselves’ – how could it not?

Mind the Gap by Dr Karen Gurney

Mind The Gap

Mind the Gap by Dr Karen Gurney

Publishing Date: 05 March
Publishing House: Headline Books

This is a slightly different book for me, and not really a topic that usually turns up in my TBR. I am excited to see where Mind the Gap, The Trust about Desire and how to Future Proof your Sex Life goes.

I always say that it is important to challenge yourself to read books that are outside your comfort zone, so this will be my challenge for March 2020!

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*I appreciate the majority, if not all of these publication dates have come and gone!

2 Comments

  1. Michael says

    Great another set of books I need to add!

    I can’t wait for your reviews!

    Like

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