Hi everyone! Last week we started our 5th Annual Reading Challenge Month and things have been amazing so far! If you want more details on the event itself, including specifics on how to enter for prizes, check out the kick off post.
Last week we held our first challenge, New-to-Me Author Week! And this week we start Diverse Books Week. This is one of my favorite challenge categories as I feel that reading books with diverse characters and by diverse authors is incredibly important. For this week’s challenge, there are lots of options. Some suggestions include books with racial, cultural, and religious diversity. Also, stories featuring characters with diverse physical and mental abilities. Or, books featuring characters under the wide range of LGBTQ stories, beyond just cis gay/bi men. So there are lots of options and we hope you will join the challenge and find a great book to read along with us!
Diverse Books Week is sponsored by NineStar Press. They are donating a SIX $20 NineStar Press bookstore gift cards! Woo hoo! So lots of prizes this week for readers who join in with us by commenting on challenge posts or reading along with their own challenge books and writing a mini review on Friday (check out all the rules and details on the kick off post).
Here is what we are reviewing this week for the challenge:
- Not Your Backup by C.B. Lee
- Birthday by Meredith Russo
- How to Be Remy Cameron by Julian Winters
- Golden Like Summer by Gene Gant
- In Safe Hands by Victoria Sue
- Hidden in Darkness by Alice Winters
- Would it be Okay to Love You: Year Three by Amy Tasukada
- Power Play by J.M. Snyder
- Puzzle Me This by Eli Easton
- Coffee by Matthew J. Metzger
Be sure to check out these reviews and leave comments on the post for entries to win the gift cards from NineStar Press. Plus, read along with us and write a mini review on Friday and earn even more entries! And all entries enter you to win one of the fabulous grand prizes of overflowing book bundles sponsored by some incredible authors!