6 more debut books from Winter 2020 you should read

Each month, Debutiful recommends six debut books, but it’s impossible to read every book as it is released.

Here are 6 more debuts you should read if you managed to get to the bottom of your To Be Read Pile.

Creatures by Crissy van Meter (Algonquin, Jan)
On the eve of her wedding, a woman reflects on her complicated past.

The Cactus League by Emily Nemens (FSG, Feb)
The inner workings of a baseball career is exposed as a player’s professional and personal lives fall apart.

Black Sunday by Tola Rotimi Abraham (Catapult; Feb)
A Nigerian family’s lives are upended and the paths of four siblings diverge from what they once dreamed of.

Here For It by R. Eric Thomas (Ballantine; Feb)
Humorous personal essays from the ELLE.com Senior Staff Writer. Listen to the authors #DigitialBookTour stop here.

Under the Rainbow by Celia Laskey (Riverhead; Feb)
The most homophobic town in America is infiltrated by advocates hoping to to educate and change its citizen’s views. Listen to the author’s #DigitalBookTour stop here.

Lakewood by Megan Giddings (Amistad; Mar)
With the healthcare system in America failing and corrupt, a young women turns to a mysterious government program to help her family. Listen to the author’s #DigitalBookTour stop here.

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