Book Review: The Left Hand of Dog by SI Clarke

Left Hand of Dog was an absolute breath of fresh air. It impressed me the entire time how it could tackle challenging topics in a fun and humorous way. Progress is a difficult journey, but sometimes we deserve to laugh in the process. An absolute joy to read.

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AK Mulford on Diversity in Indie Publishing

In celebration of her debut novel, The High Mountain Court, AK Mulford speaks on Bookish Brews about diversity in indie publishing! Grab a brew, you won’t want to miss this one!

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Book Review: Bloody Spade by Brittany M. Willows

Bloody Spade was a really fun adventure with well-thought-out magic and incredibly lovable characters. It was so comforting to read about the character’s growth and healing, all through a fun and action-packed book. Definitely a hidden gem!

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What is Cyberpunk? Diverse Cyberpunk Book List

What is Cyberpunk? The history of cyberpunk, and the downfalls of it as a genre. A list of diverse cyberpunk books!

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Book Review: Leave the World Behind by Rumaan Alam

Leave the World Behind is truly written wonderfully. Even though not much happened, the writing is compelling enough to keep you on the edge of your seat. The brilliance of this novel is in the writing and the way that it leaves so much to your imagination, but encourages you to imagine the worst. Chilling!

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Diverse Reads in July 2021: Reading Wrap Up

I had an incredible reading month. In July 2021 I read a total of 19 books! Check them out and see what I thought. Do you want to read any of these?? I know you do!

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Book Review: Sunny Song Will Never Be Famous by Suzanne Park

Sunny Song Will Never Be Famous was a wonderfully refreshing romantic comedy that had me laughing right from the start. It’s another perfect summer beachy read. I’m so excited to read more Suzanne Park, this is just what I needed!

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Diverse Book Releases 2021: August Edition

A compilation of my most anticipated book releases coming out in August 2021. Check out from horror to romantic comedies, there is a wide range of books here! Happy reading.

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Wedding Gifts for Book Lovers

Is it wedding season already?! Check out these wedding gift ideas for your book lover friend. Get ideas for your wedding registry! Or best yet, buy something for yourself!

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Book Review: Made in Korea by Sarah Suk

Made in Korea is a delightful YA romcom about Korean American teen entrepreneurs. It is a fluffy, quick, feel-good book that is a perfect easy read for summer. It was one of those books I just couldn’t put down until I was done, and I was smiling the whole time!

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