Jeni McFarland confronted her past to create ‘The House of Deep Water’

Jeni McFarland confronted her past to create ‘The House of Deep Water’

The House of Deep Water, the debut novel from Jeni McFarland, is an intimate portrait of three women arriving back to the town they grew up in. Beth was one of the small Michigan town’s only black residents and arrives with her two teenager children to help get her life back on track after experiencing devastating trauma. There’s also Linda, who recently left a bad marriage while pregnant. Her mother, Paula, who abandonded her family years ago also returns. All three are seeking a sense of community and family.

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Digital Book Tour – Hadley Moore, Not Dead Yet

Digital Book Tour – Hadley Moore, Not Dead Yet

With so many author tours being canceled, Debutiful has invited any author who had events canceled or postponed due to coronavirus to do a reading and a brief interview as part of the Digital Book Tour podcast series.

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Monica Duncan explores empowerment and ambition in her debut novel ‘Twine’

Monica Duncan explores empowerment and ambition in her debut novel ‘Twine’

Monica Duncan‘s Twine is a sharp commentary on the socioeconomics of America that is as endearing as it is a warning. It follows a struggling artist who ends up back in her small home town struggling with what motherhood means for her ambitious career plans.

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