Hey hey hey!
I’m excited to present the first of a hopeful series of guest posts by wonderful fellow bloggers that I’ve interacted with. Firstly, we’re starting off with my wonderful friend Emma @ AFCTL who is super sweet and funny and has the best discussion posts!
Take it over, Emma!
Hiya bookish people!
This is so amazing! Aditi has a beautiful blog, and I love her so much she is honestly AMAZING! It is so amazing that I am able to have a post published on One in a Million, so hi! I just realised I didn’t introduce myself, so here I go! My name is Emma and currently I am independently running my book blog A Few Chapters ‘til Love! (My co-blogger is currently on hiatus :/) Again, I am so happy to be writing here! Right, let’s get into the post! Continue reading “DISCUSSION~ Collector’s Editions: Are They Worth The Money? // Emma @ AFCTL”
Hey lovely person!
I’ve been thinking about this one very important, quite controversial topic that many bibliophiles and book lovers think about, often with different view-points.
Or, should I say, a lack of diversity.
~This post is specifically discussing race and color representation~
In YA, specifically. Yes, you’re rolling your eyes, because yes, you’ve probably read several posts on this by several book bloggers. If you’re a blogger yourself, that is. But so many people out there still haven’t, which is why these posts are still being made by several people just like me.
Someone who’s reading this will think, But there’s already so many diverse books! Why are you exaggerating this so much?
Because it’s not enough. For example, look at the number of YA books with POC protagonists compared to white protagonists. Then look at the number of POC compared to white.
Only about 10% of the world’s population is white.*
Continue reading “Diversity in YA Books- a discussion”