Navigating the Book Community as a Person of Color

 

NAvigating as a POC

Hello friends!

I know what you’re saying after reading the title…oh no, she’s here with yet another rant…or maybe you’re not and that’s just me haha. But either way, I wouldn’t call this a rant *cough* *cough*. It’s more of me putting to paper -per say- a collection of thoughts and observations I’ve been having for the past couple years of being neck deep involved in the book community and advocating for diversity. I just want to preface by saying that I won’t be bashing anyone or anything in this post, what I will be doing though, is sharing my thoughts without any sugarcoating. Continue reading

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#DiverseBookBloggersDiscuss: US Bloggers’ privilege and whatnots

Angela

When I decided to create my blog, I knew I had to spend a lot of my time and effort into creating good and interesting content. But I took the step anyway because I love books too much and I enjoy talking about them and recommending the ones I liked.
But there are many factors that go into your blog’s success and one of them is where you are based. Continue reading

#DiverseBookBloggersDiscuss: The Book community – My Gateway to books that represent me

Jessi

Hello guys !

It’s been almost a year since I realized I’m bisexual. By far, the most supportive people I have found are friends I made in the book community. Granted, not many people in real life know that I’m bi. However, that is because due to what I have seen and heard people say around me, I don’t feel safe coming out in real life. That being said, I am extremely grateful for the book community and friends I have found. If it weren’t for all the amazing people I have met online, I wouldn’t have known about so many wonderful books with bi characters in them. Continue reading