#Diversebookbloggers Feature #4: Read Diverse Books

This week, I’m so excited to feature another of my favorite bloggers out there– Nazahet from Read Diverse Books! For those who don’t know, he was a pivotal part of the Diverse Book Bloggers hashtag, so I knew I had to speak with him sooner rather than later. Enjoy! Tell us about yourself/your blog! Do you have a specific focus? Hello! My name is Nazahet Hernandez, but you can call me Naz. I’m a 20-something Latino living in Texas. Being Mexican-born but raised in the U.S. has given me a┬ácomplicated dual identity that is often not represented in any media…

What got me thinking in March

I write a lot about books, but here’s some of the other stuff I read this past month! Hopefully this will be a new monthly feature. Check it out, and let me know in the comments what got you thinking this month.

The Case for Reading Diverse Literature

This post was on my heart for a while and finally I decided to write it while watching a Harry Potter marathon on television. Give it a read, and tell me what you think. When I started this blog, I was sure that I’d be one of many– one of hundreds of blogs exploring books written by people of different ethnicity and nationalities. I wasn’t. Moreover, I was one of few blogs that seemed to have an interest in reading much diverse literature at all. In 2016, I see that changing for the better. Its amazing to see challenges that…