Apr 24, 2017
Apr 16, 2017
It's time for the April edition of my ultimate guide of 2017 diverse releases! These month has some exciting titles coming out, and I am so excited to share them with you! Also I want you to be prepared for May already because spoiler alert - May is going to sooooo good with new diverse releases!!!
P.S - This list/post is part of DiverseReads2017 - a reading challenge hosted by myself and Shelly at Read Sleep Repeat. There's still time to join! You can sign up here
P.P.S - Since most of these titles are unreleased, this list is based on ARCs I've read, reviews I've checked from trusted sources, and GR descriptions. If by any chance there are any books in this list that is not qualified to be diverse, problematic, or if I've missed any important aspect - such as the title being #ownvoices - feel free to let me know through the comments!
Apr 11, 2017
Sometimes the Lit student in me tries to poke her head in my regular reads, and I've come to a point where I can't go without appreciating the literary techniques in every YA I read. So today, I decided to use the TTT prompt to present a list I've been wanting to share for a long time. Here are my top ten books with different narrative styles!