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Why Your Excuse for Not Reading Diverse is Bullshit

Why Your Excuse for Not Reading Diverse is Bullshit The Canadian in me struggled not to change this title to something nicer. But I’m kind of not in the mood to be nice about this. I have seen countless posts… Continue Reading →

Otherbound Book Review – Arroz and Alter Egos

Synopsis. Amara is never alone. Not when she’s protecting the cursed princess she unwillingly serves. Not when they’re fleeing across dunes and islands and seas to stay alive. Not when she’s punished, ordered around, or neglected. She can’t be alone,… Continue Reading →

Everything, Everything Book Review – Cassoulet and Mandatory Confinement

Synopsis. My disease is as rare as it is famous. Basically, I’m allergic to the world. I don’t leave my house, have not left my house in seventeen years. The only people I ever see are my mom and my… Continue Reading →

Things Books Have Inspired Me to Do – Top Ten Tuesday

Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by The Broke and the Bookish. They are great at bringing new top ten themes, and they have a huge list of them well in advance for those bloggers that like to plan super far… Continue Reading →

Diversity in Books: Is there a ‘right’ way to do it? – Discussion Post

When I was growing up I was always conscious of race, it’s impossible not to be when you’re a part of a minority yourself. But it never bothered me when I read books. I just got used to not reading… Continue Reading →

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