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Twenty-two Cents, Muhammad Yunus and the Village Bank – Diversity Reading Challenge 2015

I naturally gravitate towards diversity in my reading, and my blog has had this as a focus since its beginning, but this challenge has pushed me to seek out texts in a more targeted way. Today’s story, however, came to … Continue reading

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Father’s Chinese Opera – 2015 Diversity Reading Challenge

Today’s review for my diversity reading challenge falls into category #1. If you are joining is this challenge as a reader or reviewer, feel free to mention in the comments what books you have been reading. Title:¬†Father’s Chinese Opera Written … Continue reading

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Diversity – What does it mean for writers and young readers?

I’m thrilled to be back blogging after a stellar three-month summer hiatus. I completed the first draft to my contemporary YA, which is my MFA thesis. I attended a superb writer’s craft conference for the benefit of the non-profit Sierra … Continue reading

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