This year I’ve really made an effort to diversify my reading shelves. Throughout the last few years my reading has been pretty white author dominated, and it’s time to change that.
So, I’ve got some authors of colour I’ve loved, and maybe you will really enjoy their books too. I’ve collected a list across several genres and reading tastes. There should for sure be something here you’ll enjoy.
This is a challenge I’ve seen around the Internet a couple of times. The basis of it is pretty simple – just name out some books that start with each of the letters of your name. Sounds simple right?
No. For this, I’m going to list a book that I haven’t read, and it’s then my TBR of sorts. Once I’ve read it, I can come back here and talk about it. All of these books are already on my physical TBR shelf or on my Kindle, so hopefully this will be what spurs me on to actually tick them off.
This post is part of Six for Sunday, run by Steph from A Little But a Lot.
In a time when travelling isn’t super easy, the only way to see the world is through books and movies. There are some amazing settings out there, and books are the best way to see the world around us from the comfort and safety of our armchairs.
With that in mind, I want to give you some suggestions to help travel the world a little. If there’s somewhere you’re dying to see, these books might just help you out.
At the start of the summer this year, I put together a list of 10 books I was so excited to get to. With three months to get through them, let’s see if I actually did it.
I wanted to set myself a TBR for a little longer than a month. I thought this would give me enough time to read all the books on the list, while still having the chance to mood read if I had my eye on something else.