May is Asian Pacific American Heritage Month! So to celebrate we have some AAPI reading recommendations for you! Also, if you want another way to celebrate, check out over 25 panels and events that I participated in as part of AAPI Book Month with Asian Author Alliance! Lalani of the Distant Sea When Lalani Sarita’s… Continue reading Book Recommendations for Asian Pacific American Heritage Month!
In our “Reading Recs for…” series we’ll recommend reads for certain topics that we run into often. Here at Writer’s Block Party, we love a good series! Why read one book when you can write two or three or four all set in the same world with the same characters? But there’s nothing… Continue reading Reading Recs for Sequels
In our “Reading Recs for…” series we’ll recommend reads for certain topics that we run into often. One of the most fun and also most painful parts of building an epic fantasy world is world-building. (To be fair, all genres should have good world-building). THE BELLES by Dhonielle Clayton why we rec: This world was created… Continue reading Reading Recs for World Building
In our “Reading Recs for…” series we’ll recommend reads for certain topics that we run into often. Family dynamics is something most readers can relate to. And complicated family dynamics is often a wonderful tool to understand our characters through their relationships with those closest to them. So, for this “Reading Recs” post we’re giving… Continue reading Reading Recs for Family Dynamics
When deciding who your main character is, the go-to person is usually the heroine of the story. The person who has virtue and good intentions that will carry the reader to a probable happily ever after. However, not all stories are so straightforward, and some of our favorite reads include antiheroines who don’t act the… Continue reading Reading Recs for Anti-Heroines