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.Continue reading “10 debut books you should read this February”
In Black Buck, Mateo Askaripour uses a gregarious Black salesman in an all white company to satirically take down corporate America. Through sharp-witted humor and a lot of heart, Askaripour sheds light on the microaggressions and blatant racism Black men and women go through on a daily basis.
The book has been praised by everyone from Publishers Weekly to The Today Show and was one of Debutiful‘s best debuts to read this month.
Below, Mateo Askaripour answered A Life of Books, Debutiful‘s ongoing questionnaire to better get to know writers and what inspires them.
Lucie Britsch‘s Sad Janet follows the titular character as she works in a run down dog shelter. She’s an anxious cynic who has a passive-aggressive boyfriend and a nosy family. Her life changes when she discovers a pill that provides instant happiness. In all, Sad Janet is a hilarious look into depression. Fans of Miranda July and Melissa Broder will find comfort in Britsch’s writing and viewpoint.Continue reading “A Life of Books with Lucie Britsch, author of Sad Janet”
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”
With so many author tours being canceled, Debutiful has invited any author who had events canceled or postponed due to COVID-19 to do a reading and a brief interview as part of the Digital Book Tour podcast series.Continue reading “Digital Book Tour – R. Eric Thomas, Here For It”
Luke Geddes is funny. Full stop. He’s funny on Twitter, when corresponding via email, and knows how to be funny on the page. Writing funny is hard, and he pulls it off with ease.Continue reading “Luke Geddes has a ‘Heart of Junk’”
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 January”