Author Onyi Nwabineli was born in Nigeria and grew up in numerous cities across the United Kingdom. She is the cofounder of Surviving Out Loud, a fund that provides fiscal support for survivors of sexual assault, and the founder of Black Pens (black-pens.com), a writing retreat for Black womxn. Her debut novel, Someday, Maybe, is about a woman overcoming the death of her husband and navigating what her new life is.
Debutiful asked her our recurring ‘A Life of Books’ questionnaire so readers can get to know her better.Continue reading “A Life of Books: Onyi Nwabineli, author of Someday, Maybe”
Welcome to the First Taste Reading Series on the Debutiful podcast feed! Each week, a debut author will read five minutes from their book to kick start your week and whet your appetite with damn good writing.
Today, Shelby Van Pelt reads from her debut novel Remarkably Bright Creatures!Continue reading “First Taste: Shelby Van Pelt Reads From Remarkably Bright Creatures”
Jeanna Kadlec is the author of the enthralling memoir Heretic, which explores her breaking away from the Evangelical church and the fallout, and subsequent rise, that follows. It’s filled with brilliant writing and insight.
Debutiful wanted to get to know more about her life, her time writing the novel, and what she’ll write about next.Continue reading “Jeanna Kadlec is a ‘Heretic’”