Three debut novels to get excited about right now.
It's Autism Acceptance Month and these fiction and nonfiction autism books are here to help you expand your understanding of autism.
The disabled community is so diverse that it’s especially important to publish and read #OwnVoices books by disabled authors with various disabilities.
Publishers are ignoring own voices reviews to the detriment of own voices books and these Bookstagrammers and BookTubers are over it.
Roxane Gay has done it again, this time on Australian TV and strengthening #OwnVoices with the words: "Personal Experience is not the Metric for Reality."
With a unique sense of humor and wonderful sense of place, E.A. Aymar brings a refreshing dose of empathy to the crime fiction genre.
For works that are haunting, lush, epic in scope, and often a real punch in the feels, check out this list of historical fiction books set in Latin America.
Check out this list of reading recommendations for #ownvoices books set in Mexico or Latin America for the 2019 Read Harder challenge.