Welcome to the #Latinx author interviews! There will be a total of 13 interviews and in this post, I bring you the first four! The Let's Get Lit Book Fest will take place over the next 6 weeks and will support and highlight marginalized authors of different communities, you can check who else will be featured by other bloggers soon! It has brought me great joy to have this opportunity to work with authors who I love and support, so let's hear what they had to say about their favorite books, publishing and my favorite: If you had to pick a song to represent your book what would it be? 🙂
The authors that will be featured on my blog this week are amazing, and I am absolutely delighted to have had a chance to work with them for this week's interviews!! You can check out below how lucky I was and learn a little bit more about them.
Today, I bring you a very special review of a book that just made me reminisce of Dominican Republic the whole time I was reading it. I'm new to this whole, seeing myself represented in books thing, and it is super exciting.
In the month of January I had the chance to read 5 books that counted towards this challenge! It really has been a cool experience to see myself and my culture in books and also to learn about other countries and their history. I will share those books with you! If you see one that catches your eye, pick it up!
I love that the story opens with the preconceived notions that the three MC's have towards each other, That sorcerers are evil, that librarians never dabble in magic and that demons can never feel empathy and concern. It is very much a book about dispelling myths and not judging a book by its cover. It is also a crazy adventure that keeps you on the edge of your seat and turning pages, wondering if people are who they truly seem.