November’s Read Diverse Books Year-Round feature is the penultimate one for the year. I considered continuing it into 2017, but I may do something else entirely. I haven’t decided on what yet, but I don’t want this feature to feel old and tired. I’ll keep brainstorming and hope to find new and creative ways to encourage people to read widely and diversely!
My last link-up was another successful one, with 45 reviews in total. I want to once again thank all who participated. Keep doing great work and reviewing diverse books!
The winners of my Latinx Heritage Month link-up were TJ @ My Book Strings and Ottavia @ Novels And Nonfiction. Congratulations to you both. Ottavia, I know you already received your book and are happy! TJ, please confirm if your book has arrived as well.
I’m posting this link-up on October 31st, but you may all add your reviews starting tomorrow, November 1st.
Read Diverse Books Year-Round
The rules are the same as always.
If you read and review a qualifying book, you will immediately be placed in the drawing to win a free book of your choice from Book Depository!
- A book written by a person of color*
- A book by or about a person with a disability
- A book with an LGBTQ protagonist or about LGBTQ issues
*This category also allows for Indigenous/Native peoples and non-European/Australian international authors. Feel free to ask me, if you’re not sure.
The more #ownvoices books you read, the better – but it’s not a requirement.
The Book Depository delivers to over 100 countries, but please make sure that your country is eligible for shipping. I don’t want anyone to be disappointed.
Only reviews published in November will be eligible.
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