Quick Reviews: Dial A for Aunties, A Little Life, and The Bruising of Qilwa

Quick Reviews: Dial A for Aunties, A Little Life, and The Bruising of Qilwa

I've just finished book 31 of my new 40 book goal for 2022. Here are three reviews for recent reads: Dial A for Aunties, A Little Life, and The Bruising of Qilwa. What are you reading these days? Drop your own quick reviews in the comments. =)
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Recommendations: Diverse Romance with BIPOC Representation

Recommendations: Diverse Romance with BIPOC Representation

Last time, I shared some random musings about how often diverse romance pairs BIPOC women with white men. I'm back with recommendations! 

Check out these romance titles from Tuma's Books with diverse love interests.
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[Quick Tuma Rant] Wild Rain by Beverly Jenkins and The 1619 Project by Nikole Hannah-Jones

Brief reviews on two recent March 2022 reads--Wild Rain by Beverly Jenkins and The 1619 Project by Nikole Hannah-Jones.
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5 Tips for Getting Out of a Reading Slump + Book Recommendations

5 Tips for Getting out of a Reading Slump + book recs from my go-to genres to get out of a slump.
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Women's History Month + March Monthly Book Box Titles

It's March and you know what that means! Time to celebrate strong, bad-ass women with this month's picks. Learn more about Women's History Month and this month's diverse book box titles.
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Tuma Rant: Review of The Heartstopper series by Alice Oseman

Heartstopper series by Alice Oseman is highly recommended for anyone who enjoys gushy, heartfelt YA Queer Romance. 💜
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Book Rant: Review for A Meeting of Two Prophets by Judah Tasa

A Meeting of Two Prophets by Judah Tasa is a book that EVERY person needs to read, but especially queer Jewish and Muslim teens.
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Tuma Book Rant: Aristotle and Dante series by Benjamin Alire Saenz

Review of Aristotle and Dante Series: If you're looking for a gushy, heartwarming queer romance with amazing, easy-to-love characters and authentic Mexican rep, I highly highly recommend this duology. 
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Tuma Book Rant: Let's Talk About Love by Claire Kann

Highly recommended romance with BIPOC Ace rep for diversity, humor, and mega sweetness. 💜
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