Read Diverse 2017 – A Reading And Book Review Challenge For Bloggers!

2016 was an excellent year for diverse books. We saw the release of many great titles that celebrated marginalized perspectives and experiences, as well as several debut and established authors who gained the recognition they deserved. It was not a perfect year by any means, especially outside of the book community. Within the book community we saw much discord and conflict. Many of us had to be louder & more passionate than ever in our support for diversity against a barrage of racist books, authors, bloggers, and the general onslaught of a system that keeps pushing back on our demands for inclusion and equity in the publishing industry.

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Mini Reviews: Fantasy Novellas Written by Asian Women (Part 1)

These reviews actually include a mix of novellas, short stories, and novelletes, but I only mentioned novellas in the title for simplicity’s sake.

Many of you know that I adore Fantasy, I have since I was a child. But it was not until recently that I started exploring Fantasy written by a more diverse group of writers. And let me tell you what a wonderful and refreshing experience it has been! With a variety of voices comes a greater variety of different narrative styles and the stories they choose to tell.

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