Top 10 Debut Authors and Their Books in September 2022
In September we received some fine works for 2022. As it is the end of this month, here are the top debut works. In this list, we are going to read about the top 10 debut authors and their books in September 2022. It has all the genres, fantasy, young adult, contemporary issues that are still prevailing and affecting the world in the worst way possible, and more. Keep reading!
Top 10 Debut Authors and Their Books in September 2022
- Mindwalker by Kate Dylan (September 1)
- Exit Wounds by Annie O’Neill Stein (September 6)
- The Marsh Queen by Virginia Hartman (September 6)
- The Fortunes of Jaded Women by Carolyn Huynh (September 6)
- Monsters Born and Made by Tanvi Berwah (September 6)
- Funeral Girl by Emma K. Ohland (September 6)
- Small Deaths by Rijula Das (September 13)
- As Long As the Lemon Tree Grow by Zoulfa Katouh (September 13)
- Perils of Sea and Sky by Lilian Horn (September 20)
- Seoulmates by Susan Lee (September 20)
Mindwalker by Kate Dylan (September 1)
18 year old Sil Sarrah is resolute to die a legend. In the ten years. She has been rescuing agents for the Syntex Corporation. Sil has twelve more months before the supercomputer grafter to her brain kills her. She is adamant to create her legacy during this time. However, when a mission goes south, she is forced to flee the company she called her home. To prove that she is not a traitor, she infiltrates Analog Army, an activist group working against Syntex. But, crossing path with Analog Army will reveal more than she has imagined.
Exit Wounds by Annie O’Neill Stein (September 6)
Annie Stein managed to infuse dark humor into a serious subject. Laura is born to Park Avenue privilege and shanty Irish on the other side. She navigates her turbulent childhood abuse and excessive drinking of her parents. Her mother dies when she is thirteen, leaving her heartbroken. She is insecure, anxious, and frightened, and she got involved with a sequence of lovers, random sex, and drugs. Along the way she has a bad first marriage and becomes a successful painter. But nothing seems to offer her the peace she desires. Until she got married to a caring man and has a loving daughter.
The Marsh Queen by Virginia Hartman (September 6)
The Marsh Queen is about a nature artist Loni Mae Murrow, who returns to her home in Florida to deal with her aging mother. She took a leave for just two weeks from her job at the Smithsonian. However, the family issues, are her brother and his wife’s attempt to empty her mother’s house. The attempt to disclose more regarding her father’s demise years ago, all puzzled her mind and time.
The Fortunes of Jaded Women by Carolyn Huynh (September 6)
It all started when ancestor Oanh dared to leave her marriage for real love. A Vietnamese witch cursed Oanh and her descendants that they would never be able to find happiness or love, and the Duong women would never give birth to sons. Mai Nguyen knows this curse. She is divorced and after a heated argument, she is estranged from her young sisters. Though Mai’s daughters have a successful careers, the same can’t be said about their love life. In desperate need of guidance, she consults her trusted psychic Auntie Hua in Hawaii. She delivers an unexpected prophecy – This year her family will witness, a marriage, the birth of a son, and a funeral.
Monsters Born and Made by Tanvi Berwah (September 6)
This young adult debut is about Koral and her older brother Emrik. They are risking their lives every day to imprison the monstrous maristags that dwell in the black seas around their island. The Ruling Elite, the Landers have created a pact with Koral’s family to provide maristags for the Glory race. The last maristag of the year escapes and Koral has nothing to provide. The financial condition of her family takes a worse turn and they can’t afford medical help for their ill sister. Koral has no other way but to cheat her way into the Glory Race.
Funeral Girl by Emma K. Ohland (September 6)
16-year-old Georgia feels conflicted about the funeral home her parents run, especially because she has the power to call ghosts. With one touch she can awaken the spirit of the deceased. Also, with another touch, she can make it disappear. To cope with her anxiety she tries her best to fulfill the last wish of the departed. Then her classmate Milo’s body arrives at Richter Funeral Home, and he wants help with an unfinished business.
Small Deaths by Rijula Das (September 13)
In the disreputable red light district of Calcutta, Lalee aspires to have a better life. Her loyal client Tilu Shau has his dreams too. Marginal novelist Tilu is in love with Lalee and wants to liberate her by marrying her. But when a fellow sex worker is cruelly murdered, Blue Lotus invites Lalee to take the woman’s position as a high-end escort. The offer arrives with the potential of a lucrative life which swiftly alters to violence, corruption, and unfathomable secrets. Tilu and Lalee embark on a life-changing expedition to escape this fate.
As Long As the Lemon Tree Grow by Zoulfa Katouh (September 13)
When the cries for freedom broke out in Syria, Salama Kassab was a pharmacy student. She still had it all – her parents, brother, home, and her teenage life. Now Salama volunteers in a hospital to nurse the wounded. She is secretly trying to find a way out of her country before Layla, her sister-in-law gives birth. Salama is so desperate that she has manifested a physical embodiment of her fear, Khawf. Khawf haunts her every move to protect her. Salama is torn between her conviction to survive and her loyalty to her country. When she crosses paths with the boy she was supposed to meet, she doubts her resolve in leaving the house at all.
Perils of Sea and Sky by Lilian Horn (September 20)
In the early 1700s, the discovery of an anti-gravity technology helped in the growth of the airship trade. However, there is one area that no sky captain dares to endeavor, the Grey Veil. It is an inhospitable fog frightening all who enter. Captain Rosanne Drackenheart makes a handsome amount conducting her smuggling operation through the very periphery of the mystifying fog. When she is blackmailed to search for a lost warship, she is compelled to venture into the Veil. This time it won’t be easy and she must protect herself from pirates and a creature known as the Forest Devil.
Seoulmates by Susan Lee (September 20)
Hannah Cho has decided on her next year plan. The plan is to spend a perfect summer holiday with Nate and then, an amazing senior year with their friends. Everything changed when Nate did what everyone in Hannah’s life does. He left her saying that they have nothing in common. Nate and her friends are recently into K-drama and K-pop and Hannah is not. Hannah’s life will become a K-drama when she will clear the distance with her former best friend, Jacob Kim who is starring in a K-drama.