I’m doing something a little different for these two weeks-because there’s so much posts to do and so little time before school starts, and the musical is upon me again!
It’s the New Year and I have discovered a few readathons that celebrate reading diversity! I defiantly recommend participating in at least one this year! They’re a lot of fun, helps support marginalized authors in the process!
South-Asian Reading Challenge:
This is a new Year-Long Readathon that Fanna and other bloggers are doing to celebrate in reading South-Asian books from South Asia. South Asia includes India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Nepal, Afghanistan, Sri Lanka, Bhutan, and Maldives. Books must be started and finished in 2020 to count!
Check out this post to see the Sign-Up Post and More Information!
Year of the Asian 2020:
Once again CW, Lily, Shealea and Vicky are doing Year of the Asian 2020! I was so happy to see them renew it from last year. Year of Asian helps promotes books by Asian Authors! Any Books from any year counts as long as it’s started & finished in 2020, and it’s by Asian Authors!
Check out the hosts information & sign up post!
Here & Queerathon:
I thought I was going insane. It took me forever as I saw this on Twitter a while ago, and thought it was my imagination. Here and Queerathon celebrates both books by Queer Authors & Queer Books in general. Any books count as long as they have queer content or queer authors! It’s a year long starting January 1st and ends December 31st. It’s hosted by Mel.
Check out the post for more information & sign-ups.
Here are some short readathons that celebrate diversity. Do you know any that I should include with dates? Are you participating in any of them? Tell me in the comments!
About the Blogger:
Hey everyone! I’m Lori and I have been ranting about books for a while, so I decided to make a blog. I’m a teen blogger in high school who has no life so she just reads books, and rants about her problems on her blog and to her cat. I’m a feminist, LGBTQ+ person, and someone who supports anything diverse.