It’s hard to believe it’s March again. The past year has been difficult for us all, but hopefully debut books helped get you through 2020. Let’s kick off the “new year” with another 10 debuts that will make you laugh, cry, and question everything you thought you knew.
These debuts are about families coming to terms with their grief, mothers moving on from dark times in their life, women named Sarah, and money.
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As Biden’s Administration takes off, books coming out largely deal with the America we lived in for the past four years. The first titles coming up range from fiction exploring conspiracy theories to poverty and nonfiction tackling abuse and exploring queer culture. These ten authors are setting the tone for what books can do.
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Heidi Diehl spent most of her 20s as a musician touring on the road. Artistry has always been apart of her life and as she turned to writing, music would obviously play a big role in her work.
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Each month, I will pick a handful of buzzworthy and under the radar debut books I feel you’ll enjoy.
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