Announcement: I’ve Added an Easy Way to Find Diverse Books on My Blog + Some Recs


This is just a quick post to let everyone know I’ve added a new page to my blog! It’s not as detailed or as vast as the books with disability list because it’s only books that I’ve read, but it includes POC, LGBT+, disability (mental and physical), and religion. I’ve always had these tags and links on my blog, but I figured everyone might not know about them, so I’ve just compiled all the links into one page. It also includes some books I’ve read but don’t plan to review and a few games. Hopefully it’ll help anyone who’s looking for a specific type of representation or more diversity among characters in general find more books they might be interested in, especially since I read a lot of indie books that aren’t super well-known.

You can check out the new page at this link, and it will also be in the menu at the top of the site!

Here are a few diverse/inclusive recommendations to start you off (covers link to Amazon):

Soul Breaker by Clara CoulsonLovesick Gods by Amanda MeuwissenThe City of Brass by S.A. ChakrabortyMoth & Whisper Vol. 1 by Ted Anderson & Jen HickmanThe Ex-Princess by Fiona West

Soul Breaker by Clara Coulson
Urban fantasy with a Latinx, bisexual protag who has PTSD and panic attacks. [Review]

Lovesick Gods by Amanda Meuwissen
Superhero/villain romance with bisexual MCs, one is Asian, the other has depression. [Review]

The City of Brass by S.A. Chakraborty
Historical fantasy about djinn, I believe the MC is from Egypt and the rest of the characters are from around Africa and Asia. [Review]

Moth & Whisper Vol. 1 by Ted Anderson & Jen Hickman
YA cyberpunk graphic novel with a POC nonbinary MC. [Review]

The Ex-Princess by Fiona West
Fantasy romance, one character is Black, the other has lupus. [Review]


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  1. Roberta R.

    Oh, wow. I looked into the list, and it must have been a LOT of work to put together. And you officially made it to my next Tooting Your Trumpet post!

  2. Dani @ Perspective of a Writer

    SOUL BREAKER!! I’m looking at you brother. I’m always on the lookout for Latinx characters that are really Latin! It’s a rep I know well and love but you really don’t find well portrayed. Thanks for this Kristen. Looks like a page I will need to be visiting often.

  3. Lola

    That sounds handy how you added a page for those book to your blog, especially as you had those tags set up already. I’ll have a look at that page soon πŸ™‚

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