Top 6 Debut Authors of March 2022 | Best Debut Writers From March 2022
Every New Year we look forward to doing something new, learning something, and what could be newer than a debut novel? 2022 has all the exciting topics and genres, a reader would love to pick. Well, in this article we are going to read about the top 6 debut authors of March 2022, so that you can enjoy your spring with new books written by some new authors.
Top 6 Debut Authors of March 2022 | Best Debut Writers From March 2022 –
Caitlin Barasch (A Novel Obsession)
Barasch was formerly a bookseller and presently she is a creative writing teacher for teens and adults. She primarily reads cultural criticism, literary fiction, essays, and short stories collections. She enjoys horseback riding, traveling, wandering NYC, bouldering, eating, and more. Her debut novel is about 24-year-old bookseller Naomi Ackerman. She would love to be a published author, but she is unable to bring a compelling narrative in her head. Until she became obsessed with her boyfriend Caleb’s ex-girlfriend named Rosemary. She stalks her, befriends her, and begins to write about her as she feels that Rosemary is the similar but better version of herself.
Adele Myers (The Tobacco Wives)
Myers grew up in Asheville, North Carolina. She has a journalism degree from North Carolina University at Chapel Hill. Adele Myers presently works in advertising. She lives in Brooklyn, NY with her son, husband, and a rescue dog named Chipper. Her debut novel is a coming-of-age story and as well as a lesson in the strength of the working class to bring about change. It sheds light on the history of women’s activism during the post-war time.
Taj McCoy (Savvy Sheldon Feels Good As Hell)
Taj McCoy is a law graduate student from Oakland. She is committed to writing stories based on biracial women of colour, Black love, plus-sized protagonists, and roles that strongly portray a strong sense of sisterhood and familial connections. When she is not writing, she loves to spend time on Twitter and support and boost marginalized writers, do yoga, share recipes on her website, binge-watch her favourite TV show. She is co-hosting and producing the Fat Like Me Podcast which talks about and celebrates body diversity. She has an amazing sense of plot development and pacing. Savvy, the main character, who is curvy and black, and not a sidekick, it is not every day that you stumble upon such a book, right? She is compassionate, talented, intelligent, and a perfect character.
Erik J Brown (All That’s Left In The World)
Brown is from Philadelphia, PA. He graduated in the year 2009 with a degree in Film and Media Arts. The time Andrew stumbles upon Jamie’s place, he is wounded, starved, and has nothing left to lose. A deadly pathogen has killed all of their loved ones, and most of the human population. One thing they have learned from this new world, is to fear what other desperate human is capable of, but then why is it so easy for Andrew and Jamie to trust each other?
J. C. Peterson (Being Mary Bennet)
Peterson is a YA author. She is from Denver, Colorado where she lives with her two small sons, husband, and a geriatric tabby. In her free time, when she is not busy with a new book or kids, she loves to hike in the Colorado Mountains, eat local food, and plan for the next trip. Her debut book has the essence of Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice with five girls, one of them searching ways to not get overshadowed by the other four, and men.
Kayla Cottingham (My Dearest Darkest)
Kayla is a librarian and YA writer. She is originally from Salt Lake City, Utah, Kayla and presently lives in Boston, Massachusetts. She is zealous about associating young people with books featuring different characters and voices so that they can see themselves and their communities portrayed on the pages. Some more fun facts about her – she loves dogs, hiking, and playing RPGs. Her debut YA horror fiction is crammed up with abusive relationships, grief, murder, mental illness, and more – no matter what you are not getting bored.