Diversity Thursdays #4

This weekly spotlight was created by Aimal over at Bookshelves and Paperbacks. Please feel free to view the full post and all the details here.

I don’t think it will come as a surprise to anyone that readers are searching the literary world for diverse characters and authors. I myself am guilty of reading books which lack diversity and I strive to fix that with a little help from these posts.

A Book I Have Read
Carry On


The sweet romance between Simon, the “chosen one,” and his vampire roommate Baz is the base of this novel. They go from nemeses to falling in love in a whirlwind of magic, monsters and fate.

A Book On My TBR List
A Chronicle of Death Foretold


I have to read this novel for school and I’m begrudgingly intrigued by the premise. At the centre of this novel is a small Columbian village in which the inhabitants were all aware that a murder was about to take place but no one endeavoured to stop it.

Soon To Be Released
The Secret of a Heart Note 


This novel sounds like a compelling contemporary novel which centres around a young girl who is an aroma expert. Using her gifts to induce romance she finds herself the victim of falling in love. It’s no secret that I am a great admirer of Stacey Lee’s works and this novel looks very promising.


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