An Interview With Publisher Yali Books & A Book Giveaway!

Today, I’m honored to have Yali Books for an interview and a giveaway of one of their recent YA releases. If you haven’t heard about Yali Books, I featured them in a previous post highlighting independent presses that promote diversity. Yali Books continues to do excellent work in Children’s Literature and I hope this interview will bring attention to the important and necessary work they are doing.

Their giveaway package includes: a copy of The Sorcerer of Mandala, a bookmark (word search puzzle), a visual folding puzzle, and a tree ornament for the holidays!

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Q&A With Chilean Author Felipe Oliva Arriagada

Today I want to welcome Felipe Oliva Arrigada, a journalist and writer all the way from Chile. He cares deeply about issues of social justice and loves superheroes and comics.

Read my Q&A with the author and if you’re a Spanish-speaker, check out his awesome book Dragon Army!

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Q&A With Silvia Moreno-Garcia, Author Of “Certain Dark Things”

October is almost upon us, which means many of you will soon be in the mood for spooky and dark reads. Well, I’ve got the perfect book for you! Silvia Moreno-Garcia’s upcoming novel, Certain Dark Things, will release on October 25th. Just in time for Halloween!

Today, the author of this exciting paranormal thriller is here to answer a few questions. Feast your eyes on the gorgeous book cover, then read the book synopsis and tell me you’re not intrigued!

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A Q&A With Poet , Editor, And Activist Emanuel Xavier

Last week, I reviewed Radiance, a stellar book of poems by Emanuel Xavier.

To continue celebrating Latinx voices during Latinx Heritage Month, I wanted to follow up my review with a Q&A with the writer himself. I’m thrilled to have him on the blog today, as he recommends other poets we should be reading and compares life as a writer in 2016 to the late 90s.

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