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

A Fiesta of Numbers by Rene Saldana

Started by Allison 5 hours ago.

Diversity in Books lovers, Need Bloggers for Tour Hosts!

Started by Guinevere+Libertad Thomas Aug 2.

Growing up Filipino II by Cecilia Brainard

Started by Allison Jun 20.

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Comment by Mary Collins yesterday

Born at Dawn
Read an excerpt of Born at Dawn on Thirty-four year old Cynthia Barclay knows that marriage is supposed to be for better or for worse. Unfortunately, for the last ten years of her marriage Cynthia has experienced the worst that marriage has to offer at the hands of her abusive husband Marvin Barclay. With the hope of saving herself and her family she turns to the Lord.

Comment by Mary Collins on Friday

Winning the Battle by Stephanie Perry Moore
Alec London carries a load of concerns with him as he begins school as a fifth-grader in the book Winning the Battle (Alec London Series). He wants his mother to return home from her job in LA. He misses her presence in his life on a daily basis and believes she can help him with his problems. Not like his dad.

Comment by Mymcbooks on Friday

Author’s Spotlight/Giveaway: Princess Nevaeh. Ends Sept 10th

Comment by Mk - on August 14, 2014 at 9:59am

The Stone Boy by Sophie Loubiere: Is Madame Preau Crazy or Not?

If you like psychological thrillers like I do, you’ll want to know about the French bestselling and award-winning The Stone Boy. It’s just been published in the U.S. Learn more about it at

Comment by Mk - on July 22, 2014 at 9:26am

A Man Called Ove by Fredrik Backman: Fall in Love With a Curmudgeon

Find out why I recommend A Man Called Ove, an internationally bestselling novel by Fredrik Backman, at

Comment by Mary Collins on June 25, 2014 at 5:26pm

Looking for a good faith-based book for the man in your life? Review this list of 7 inspiring books for Christian men to provide the ammunition they need to fight the battle of daily life in a fallen world.

Comment by Mk - on June 25, 2014 at 11:15am

The Sleepwalker’s Guide to Dancing by Mira Jacob: Review & Giveaway

Find out why I recommend The Sleepwalker’s Guide to Dancing, a cross-cultural novel with universal themes, and enter to win a copy at

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Comment by Mymcbooks on June 17, 2014 at 1:53pm

Book Review/Giveaway: My Fingerpaint Masterpiece. Ends July 7th

Comment by Mk - on May 15, 2014 at 10:40am

Win The Hidden Child by Bestselling Author Camilla Lackberg

Swedish mystery author Camilla Lackberg has a new thriller/mystery out, The Hidden Child. If you like Swedish mysteries, family secrets revealed, or even novels that are contemporary as well as set during World War II, you’ll want to enter our giveaway at I couldn’t put it down!


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