2022 diverse YA debuts to anticipate | follow a part of these authors’ journey and die a little every day you have to live without their books!

Okay, I know what you're thinking: 2022 is still pretty far away, why would you make this post already? And I'd say: HA! Finally a question I can actually answer...But okay! Some of the books I've put on this list don't come out for over a year. (Which is torture, might I add.) However, these…

Most anticipated releases of September 2021 | Prepare yourself for some dark and diverse reads with the *best* concepts! | Diversify your reading in 2021!

Yes, you read that correctly: it's time to add some books to your TBR again! September is bringing us so many amazing diverse books, whether you're more into (YA) fantasy, contemporary or thriller (and there's a lot of horror this month, too)! After reading a dozen of synopses (no, I am not exaggerating this time),…

Review: American Betiya ( Anuradha D. Rajurkar) | A story about cross-cultural and toxic relationships

There are lots of subjects I'd love to read more about, but toxic relationships are high on that list. We often get a look at the good relationships in which the good outweighs the bad, but it's so important to take a look at the opposite, too. Because unfortunately a lot of us will have…

Review: Down comes the night (Allison Saft) | I read 400 pages in one sitting and don’t regret anything

Hi, it's me: an emotionally unstable reader that will scream at you so you will read this book. In case you read the title of this post and are wondering Birdie, are you okay? I have two answers for you. 1) This book made me feel so many things and has been added to the…