Announcement: I’ve Added an Easy Way to Find Diverse Books on My Blog + Some Recs

This is just a quick post to let everyone know I've added a new page to my blog! It's not as detailed or as vast as the books with disability list because it's only books that I've read, but it includes POC, LGBT+, disability (mental and physical), and religion. I've always had these tags and links on my blog, but I figured everyone might not know about them, so I've just compiled all the links...
 

Book Review: The Fever King (Feverwake Book 1) by Victoria Lee

In a future US, outbreaks of viral magic kill most who are unfortunate enough to get infected, but those who live develop special abilities and are known as witchings, including Noam who wakes from his fever with technopathy. The Minister of Defense takes him under his wing, giving Noam the opportunity he wants to help the refugees in Carolinia, but the more he gets to know the minister's ward,...
 

Graphic Novel Review: Letters for Lucardo Vol. 1 by Otava Heikkilä

Ed, an older scribe working for a family of immortal beings, is surprised but not displeased when one of the immortals admits to having feelings for him. Their newfound relationship doesn't lack passion, but Ed's age and mortality and the lack of acceptance from Lucardo's family make it fraught with difficulties that might tear them...
 

Book Review: The Kingdom of Copper (The Daevabad Trilogy Book 2) by S. A. Chakraborty

It's been five years since the events of the last book. Unrest between the Daeva and shafit in the hidden djinn city of Daevabad is growing while Ghassan continues to rule with an iron fist, squashing anyone who opposes him into submission, including Nahri and, when he's forced into coming back, Ali. But outside the city, dangerous plans are brewing as well, plans that could drastically change...
 

Cover Characteristics: Book Covers featuring POC Characters

In all the talk about diversity and inclusivity in books, it's been pointed out that there are not a lot of covers out there that feature POC characters---even when the book itself does. But representation is important, both in books and on the covers, and I love collecting pretty covers to share with you all, so I thought it would be a great idea to highlight some of the amazing covers out there...
 

Book Review: Spell Caster (City of Crows Book 6) by Clara Coulson

When Cal's team gets put on a murder investigation, Cal is happy to finally be working on a case that doesn't involve the safety of the entire city being at stake, but the case quickly goes south when they discover the culprit is a magic practitioner serial killer and an Eververse monster. More secrets are revealed as the murderer attempts to close in on his next victim, and Cal will have tough...