Jeffrey Dale Lofton is currently a senior advisor at the Library of Congress. He is also the author of Red Clay Suzie, a queer coming of age story set in rural Georgia.
The author answered Debutiful’s recurring “A Life of Books” questionnaire so readers can get to know him better.
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Oindrila Mukherjee has worked for India’s oldest English language newspaper The Statesman, attended university on three continents, and now teaches at Grand Valley State University. She recently published her debut novel The Dream Builders, which follows a woman returning to India following her mother’s death after living in the US for years. The numerous characters that narrate the novel are all fully realized and are incredible. Mikherjee has a keen grasp on building characters that will stay with readers for years to come.
Debutfiul had the author answer the recurring A Life of Books questionnaire so readers can get to know her better.
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Kashana Cauley practiced law before cutting her teeth in the comedy world with The Today Show with Trevor Noah. She’s currently a writer for The Great North and has one of the funniest and most informative Twitter accounts in the game.
Her debut novel, The Survivalists, is a dark comedy about doomsday-preppers and falling in love. Debutiful asked Cauley a few questions via email so readers can get to know the hilarious writer and what her debut is all about.
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