20 Romances with BIPOC Leads

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Hey y’all! Valentine’s Day is around the corner (literally tomorrow). Whether you’re in a relationship or looking for a fictional lover, here’s a bunch of romances by BIPOC with BIPOC leads.

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18 Fantasy Books by Black Authors

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Hey y’all! I’ve mentioned before that I’m starting to get into fantasy and I’m excited to read more after finishing Raybearer last month. In honor of this newfound interest and Black History Month, I’ve decided to put together this list of fantasy books by Black authors. This is by no means an extensive list, just a few books I’ve seen around, several of which my friends have recommended I read.

I’ve separated this list into age categories so if you’re looking for fantasy for a range of readers, this list is for you.

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15 Books with Mental Illness Representation

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Hey y’all! As many of you know, I’m double majoring in Psychology and English. I love to analyze both books and people, but mental illness awareness is especially important for me. Whenever I hear that there’s great mental illness rep in a story, I immediately add it to my TBR.

Several of these are books I’ve read already while a few are ones I haven’t. I’ll link to the reviews for the ones I have up. Keep in mind that a few of these reviews are also a little older so please don’t judge me. Without further ado, here are the books:

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10 Books I Want to Read in 2021

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Hey y’all! We’re a week into 2021 and things haven’t seemed to slow down. I don’t know if I’ll be posting an official goals post like I usually do, but I do have 10 books I’d really like to read this year. These are all books I already own and I really want to read them (so I don’t feel guilty about buying more books).

I definitely have others I want to get to this year, but I feel like these ten are calling out to me loudest.

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These books calling me out
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