It's been quite a while since I've really started blogging again, I forget I had started this monthly feature of sharing what books release for the month. I decided to bring it back but this time, I will only be sharing diverse books since that's what I want my blog's focus to be on from now on.
The reason why I put exclamation marks around the word diverse is because I don't consider certain books I always see being recommended as diverse books. We constantly hear how they have bad representation or problematic but they're still constantly pushed as diverse. Why is that?
It's been so long since I've posted that I miss blogging. My reading slump got worse for the second half of last year that I sort of just crashed and didn't really read. Though I tried picking up books and that's my main reason for not posting anything.
But it's a brand new year and I feel like I can just start all over.
When I received an email for blog tour invitation to The Sun Is Also A Star, I was ecstatic!! I thought it wasn't real and that I was out of my league to be able to part of this. I immediately accepted because I thought it would fill up quickly. I mean this is the same author that wrote Everything Everything. And it certainly was everything (LOL).
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