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2020 debut books you might have missed for the #PBNread2021!

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On today's episode, Adam and Jill tackling another of the Professional Book Nerds Reading Challenge tasks -- Read a 2020 debut that you didn't read in 2020. Last year was hard for us all and debut authors didn't get the chance other authors might've in a normal year to promote their titles so we're here to help!

Books mentioned in this episode

Jill Books

How to Fail at Flirting by Denise Williams

Godshot by Chelsea Bieker

Last Tang Standing by Lauren Ho

A Good Family by A.H. Kim

After Elias by Eddy Boudel Tan

The Bone Shard Daughter by Andrea Stewart

Adam's Books

Followers by Megan Angelo

Darling Rose Gold by Stephanie Wrobel

Nights When Nothing Happened by Simon Han

The Return by Rachel Harrison

Memorial Bryan Washington

The Truants by Kate Weinberg

More debuts can be found at https://2020debuts.com/

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