Tag Archives: diversity

Book Goal Conflict

It has come to my attention that two of my bookish goals for this year are at war: Read Your Own Damn Books (reading books I already own) Read more diversely (in terms of race, gender, sexual orientation, ability, etc) … Continue reading

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Discussion: What does diversity mean to you?

‘Diversity’ shouldn’t just become a buzzword (though it may already be becoming one in some ways…). But one way to pull it back from the edge is to flesh it out: What does it mean? Why should it be considered? Etc. … Continue reading

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Diverse Authors In Your Favourite Genres

So I recently commented on Book Riot’s Read Harder Challenge video about African Author recommendations. Disclaimer: Take everything I say with a grain of salt. There are a lot of generalities, but this is something that’s been bouncing around my head … Continue reading

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2015 Quarterly Check-In #1

So it’s Claire here and….APRIL FOOLS! It’s me, Nikki! Again… Claire has loads on her plate getting settled in so you’re gonna have to bear with just me on my lonesome a liiiiittle while longer. :’) I thought I’d just show you … Continue reading

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Review :: Wonder

A review of RJ Palacio’s Wonder SUMMARY My name is August. I won’t describe what I look like. Whatever you’re thinking, it’s probably worse. August Pullman wants to be an ordinary ten-year-old. He does ordinary things. He eats ice cream. He … Continue reading

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#BookADayUK 23

#BookADayUK 23: Best book on diversity Claire Nikki is really out doing me here because I have no darn clue what to do for this. I read a lot of diverse books naturally but to quantify one as the ‘best’ is a … Continue reading

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