Naz Hernandez

Naz Hernandez

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I'm just a simple man who loves to read. My blog is dedicated to reviewing, discussing, and promoting books about and by people of color
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Lore Lush Publishing Is Now Open For Submissions

Lore Lush Publishing Is Now Open For Submissions

Queer Retellings, Aromanticism, and Centering Friendship in Your Narratives

Today, I'm happy to have author Claudie Arseneault on Read Diverse Books. Claudie is an important voice in the asexual and aromantic online communities .

A Q&A With Nevien Shaabneh, Author Of "Secrets Under The Olive Tree"

A Q&A With Nevien Shaabneh, Author Of "Secrets Under The Olive Tree"

My Lit Box - January Unboxing

January will be the last month I do a sponsored unboxing for My Lit Box. I will, of course, keep the service and continue to pay for it because it is a

Books With LGBTQIA Asian Protagonists - #ReadDiverse2017

When I created the original post for I promised to provide monthly lists of potential books to read with specific types of representation.

#DiverseAThon Returns January 22nd - Sign Up And Create Your TBRs!

Are you all ready for round 2 of Diverse-A-Thon! I sure hope so because it returns January and runs all week through January Many of us are familiar

[ARC Review] The Night Of The Virgin by Elliott Turner

The Night Of The Virgin tells the story of Emmaneul "Manny" Hernandez, a young soccer prodigy living in Texas who one day wants to become a professional soccer

[Review] The Interrogation Of Ashala Wolf by Ambelin Kwaymullina

The Interrogation Of Ashala Wolf was December's pick for the Diverse Scifi-Fantasy Book Club.

The Best Books I Read In 2016

According to Goodreads, I read 91 books in 2016 - well above my goal of 75 books. I had started the year with a goal of 50 but quickly realized that I'd surpass

Read Diverse 2017 - A Reading And Book Review Challenge For Bloggers!

2016 was an excellent year for diverse books. We saw the release of many great titles that celebrated marginalized perspectives and experiences, as well as

Give Short Fiction A Chance! - 12 Diverse Short Story Collections And Anthologies That Will Win You Over

Give Short Fiction A Chance! - 12 Diverse Short Story Collections And Anthologies That Will Win You Over

[Review] The Education of Margot Sanchez by Lilliam Rivera

I read The Education of Margot Sanchez a few days after hearing the devastating news that Donald Trump had been elected as the next president of the United

[Guest Post] Writing Relationships As An Ace Author - by Rachel Sharp

[Guest Post] Writing Relationships As An Ace Author - by Rachel Sharp

My Lit Box - December Unboxing

Last month, I introduced you all to My Lit Box and essentially gushed about how much I love this book subscription box and how honored I was to promote it on my