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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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.

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Comment by Mk - on March 19, 2014 at 1:42pm

Cold Mourning by Brenda Chapman: The First Stonechild & Rouleau Case

A First Nations lone-wolf detective and a French old-school police detective join forces in Book #1 of Canadian author Brenda Chapman’s new Ottawa-based crime series. Learn more at

Comment by Amelia Picklewiggle on March 12, 2014 at 7:22pm

Hi Everyone! Been a while since I visited! I just want to let you know that Amelia Picklewiggle/PA cadaver has been very busy! Please check out my profile here:

I have many books available from children's picture books to middle grade and young adult in Amazon and Barnes and under Amelia Picklewiggle and PA Cadaver for the best selections. I have a babble of news to share but you can link to my page for that...if you like my pages I will also like back...

Amelia Picklewiggle is the Ambassador for the state of Nevada for United States Board on Books for Young readers, A judge for PBS television station, a retired Teacher, has books in braille and more come and join me!

I also have a 168 book series titled The Ghost Tales Mystery series that is published with Penguin Digital for all the middle grade readers!


Comment by Mk - on March 5, 2014 at 12:24pm

The Fall of Saints by Wanjiku wa Ngugi: Important Women’s Fiction

Should you read The Fall of Saints by Kenyan author Wanjiku wa Ngugi? It’s a fast-paced thriller but I think it’s more important for the issues it brings into the light, issues important to women the world over. Find out more at

Comment by Mk - on March 4, 2014 at 11:42am

Three Souls by Janie Chang: Book Review & Giveaway

If you like historical or cross-cultural novels, or women’s fiction then you’ll want to check out Three Souls by Canadian author Janie Chang. I loved it and you can win it at

Comment by Mymcbooks on February 19, 2014 at 11:03am

Book Review/Giveaway: My Warp Speed Mind. Ends March 7th

Comment by Mk - on February 11, 2014 at 11:58am

The Orphan Choir by Sophie Hannah: Book Review & Giveaway

Bestselling author Sophie Hannah’s new haunting novel, The Orphan Choir: Is it a psychological thriller or is it horror? Find out & enter to win it at

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Comment by Mk - on February 6, 2014 at 1:39pm

Wake by Anna Hope: World War I Historical Novel Review & Giveaway

How does a country recover from war? Enter to win Wake by Anna Hope at

Comment by Mk - on February 5, 2014 at 1:07pm

Where Monsters Dwell by Jorgen Brekke: No Serial Killers in Norway?

What do Edgar Allan Poe, a 16th century monk, and a serial killer have in common? Find out in my review of Where Monsters Dwell, the int’l bestseller by Jorgen Brekke, at

Comment by Tiffany A. Flowers on February 1, 2014 at 11:45am

Hello everyone,


If you are a touring author in need of marketing your work, there is an upcoming event in South Carolina. This event is nestled between Charlotte, North Carolina, Columbia, South Carolina, and Atlanta Georgia. Authors in Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Tennessee, and Florida will find that this event is extremely accessible, accommodating, and affordable. There will be more than 5,000 people at this location during the weekend of June 14th-15th. There are many book lovers in this area that would love meet and interact with authors of all genres. This is a mainstream event with authors from all genres. All of the event details are included on the website. If you have any questions regarding this event, please feel free to send me an email at


I look forward to seeing you there.  


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