Category Archives: Diversity In Books

What do you do when insides ≠ outsides ~ ‘Freakboy’ by Kristin Elizabeth Clark #Review #COYER

Brendan Chase remembers the last time his family was happy; it was a year after his little sister, Courtney, was born, a month before his parents split up. Ever since, he’s had to deal with his stepfather, his own father moving far away, his... Read More | Share it now!

I can see why he’s ~ ‘Breathless’ by Brigid Kemmerer #Review #COYER #RWBRAT

Nick Merrick is the quiet one. He lives with his loud twin and two other brothers after their parents died. They are all Elementals and have different abilities. His involves the air. Quinn is Nick’s sort-of girlfriend, though she wonders why all... Read More | Share it now!

BriefINK Review: NEW! ‘The Memory Hit’ by Carla Spradbery #BookBirthday

What if you find a book to be engrossing, well-written and gripping…but something was missing? The Memory Hit is exactly this. There’s much to captivate and draw you in, from the boy/girl twins, children of a notorious underworld figure,... Read More | Share it now!

Release Day Review: ‘Scarlett Undercover’ by Jennifer Latham #BookBirthday

Scarlett certainly doesn’t believe in anything otherworldly. Her latest client is only nine years old and worried about her brother, Oliver, and his possible connection to his friend’s death. But, according to police, that was a clear... Read More | Share it now!

Censor This Book? ~ ‘The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian’ by Sherman Alexie

Briefly: Arnold “Junior” Spirit doesn’t have much. Life on the reservation means that you are poor, hungry and stuck. On top of those misfortunes, Junior also has had medical problems since birth, so that makes him an easy target for... Read More | Share it now!

BriefINK Review: ‘Lies My Girlfriend Told Me’ by Julie Anne Peters

Briefly: Alix’s girlfriend’s abrupt and unexpected death cripples Alix. Though they’d only been dating for six weeks, Alix knew this was going to be a long-term relationship. And then, in more ways that one, it suddenly wasn’t. When Alix is... Read More | Share it now!