Each month, Debutiful will recommend a handful of buzzworthy and under-the-radar debut books for you to read.Continue reading “10 debut books you should read this August”
Each month, Debutiful will recommend a handful of buzzworthy and under-the-radar debut books for you to read.Continue reading “6 debut books you should read this July”
This year hasn’t gone the way any of us thought it’d go. One thing that we can always count on is a crop of debut and emerging writers to produce delectable books.
So many stellar books came out in the first half of 2020 that I had trouble narrowing it down. The books featured on this list are the ones that I have recommended or have thought about the most. Of course, there are so many delectable books that were left off this list. Like I always say: art is subjective.
Here are the dozen debuts that I feel everyone should pick up at one point this year.Continue reading “The 12 Best Debuts of 2020 (So Far)”
Each month, Debutiful will recommend a handful of buzzworthy and under-the-radar debut books for you to read.Continue reading “9 debut books you should read this June”
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.Continue reading “6 more debut books from Winter 2020 you should read”
Mary South’s debut story collection, You Will Never Be Forgotten, explores what she calls “late-capitalism dystopias.” The collection is filled with memorable stories from a FAQs section gone wrong (““Frequently Asked Questions About Your Craniotomy”) to a woman who stalks her rapist online and then in real life (the title story “You Will Never Be Forgotten”).Continue reading “Mary South recommends her favorite stories, collections, and journals”
Spring is upon us and all of our to be read piles are heating up. The working list of debuts to read that are publishing this month was 14 and that, I’m sure, doesn’t even scratch the surface. Expect another list shortly called ‘6 more debut books from Winter 2020 you should read.’ There have been an insane amount of stellar debuts published so far this year.Continue reading “6 debut books you should read this March”
Jenn Shapland was working in the archives at the Harry Ransom Center when she came across letters from author Carson McCullers and a mysterious woman named Annemarie. That discovery led the writer on a journey to uncover and reexamine McCullers’s life while also taking a closer look at her own.Continue reading “Jenn Shapland recommends the books that lift her up, tear her down, and everything in between”