Multi-Cultural Books: Reviewers


Multi-Cultural Books: Reviewers

If you enjoy reviewing books from authors who proudly convey their heritage in their books, please join. Everyone is welcome!

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ISO of Reviewers

If you like to review and discuss multicultural books, or if you have discuss a particular culture, heritage or ethnicity on your blog and like to focus on similar books and narratives, let your us at HBG know.

We have great books from Latino, African American, Irish, Asian, Greek, Arab, African, Jewish authors, ... the list goes on.

We will post offers here.

You are welcome to post here and tell us what sort of books you prefer to review.

Discussion Forum

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Started by Allison Sep 25.

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Comment by Rochelle Campbell yesterday

Meet a great new Indie author with an awesome paranormal diverse story with a kickass cover!!

Hope you enjoy this author drop-in interview!

Comment by Mary Collins on October 8, 2014 at 6:24pm

Jamaica and the Substitute Teacher  present an old story in a  beautiful, calming manner. With their regular teacher away for the week, Jamaica and her classmates are assigned a substitute teacher, Mrs. Duval. The children respond to Mrs. Duval’s fun, kind, and patient manner with enthusiasm. They are eager to please her, especially Jamaica. Everything is fine until Mrs. Duval gives the class a test.

Comment by Mk - on October 8, 2014 at 11:51am

Review of LieSmith by Alis Franklin: Book #1 of the Wyrd

How about a cross-cultural 21st century twist on a Norse myth coupled with humor, adventure & horror. It’s all in LieSmith by Australian author Alis Franklin. Find out what I thought of it at

Comment by Mary Collins on September 27, 2014 at 12:54pm

The Singing Quilt by Kathi Macias weaves together a gentle, gospel-focused story highlighting the struggles of Jolissa Montoya, a 21-year-old Hispanic-American reared by an uncle that robbed her of love and security. A story that will uplift the most cynical among us.

Comment by Mk - on September 17, 2014 at 12:11pm

he Sweetness by Sande Boritz Berger: With The Bitter Comes The Sweet

Like WWII historical novels? “This is all I need my Rosha. Something to remind me of the sweetness…” Two young cousins in 2 very different countries are at the heart of The Sweetness by Sande Boritz Berger. Read our review at

Comment by Mary Collins on September 16, 2014 at 4:37pm

Clean, entertaining, and loaded with faith-filled messages teens can apply to their lives, Reshonda Tate Billingsley’s Drama Queens (Good Girlz)  shows teens how to handle the drama in their lives.

Comment by Mk - on September 12, 2014 at 1:36pm

Ultimatum by by Simon Kernick: Just 12 Hours to Save London

If you like fast-paced, nail-biting political thrillers then find out more about Ultimatum, the international bestseller by Simon Kernick, at

Comment by Mary Collins on September 9, 2014 at 2:07pm

Stop by my site for the Princess Nevaeh Virtual Book Tour, a delightful new book that teaches lessons on self-discovery.

Comment by Mymcbooks on September 5, 2014 at 6:03pm

Book Review/Giveaway: What is Love by Corine Hyman. Ends Sept 19th

What is Love

Comment by Mk - on September 4, 2014 at 1:23pm

The Betrayers by David Bezmozgis: Book Review & Giveaway

Learn why I highly recommend The Betrayers, a timely new novel by award-winning author David Bezmozgis, and enter to win it at


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