Debutiful turns four on January 4th, 2023 and we vow to make this the biggest year ever. Expect more debut authors to discover than ever before with two in-depth interviews on the podcast per month, weekly First Taste Reading Series episodes, monthly A Life of Books interviews, and a few other surprises along the way.
In the meantime here are 50 debut books you should pre-order right now. Titles include a list of books founder Adam Vitcavage has read already and loved, has on his nightstand and wants to read, and is desperate to get his hands on.Continue reading “The Most Anticipated Debut Books of 2023, Part 1”
Each month, Debutiful helps readers discover debut authors who are releasing can’t-miss books!Continue reading “4 can’t-miss debut books you should read this December”
Get the Word Out, a publicity incubator program for debut authors from Poets & Writers, has announced their inaugural fiction cohort. The program is designed to pair debut authors with a Publicity Mentor who will guide them in executing a successful publicity campaign for their first major book publication.Continue reading “Announcing the Poets & Writers’ Get the Word Out Debut Fiction Cohort”
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”