Hello, everyone! How have you been? It’s been a while since I’ve done a tag, but I really want to do this one, so I’m going to go for it! 😁 Thank you, Deanna @ anovelglimpse, for tagging me! If anyone hasn’t checked out her blog, you should! It’s amazing! So, here goes nothing!

1. A book with a lesbian main character:

Fun Home: A Family Tragicomic by Alison Bechdel


It’s a graphic novel based on the author’s experiences and explores her family life as well as her sexuality.

2. A book with a Muslim protagonist:

Does My Head Look Big in This? by Randa Abdel-Fattah


There were so many books that I just wanted to choose for this category, but this is a pretty good book! It’s about a Muslim girl’s experience of wearing a hijab for the first time.

3. A book set in Latin America:

Our Own Private Universe by Robin Talley


This book is set in Mexico, which isn’t something I read about very often. Still not out yet, but looking forward to it!

4.A book about a person with a disability:

The Beginning of Everything by Robyn Schneider


It looks at the senior year of the protagonist after he’s hit by a car and is confined to a wheelchair.

5. A Science Fiction or Fantasy Book with a POC protagonist:

The Gathering by Kelley Armstrong


Maya is a shapeshifter whose half Native and throughout the book, it shows how others think of her, even people she’s known for her whole life.

6. A book set in or about Africa

From Somalia, With Love by Na’ima B. Robert


It’s a book about a girl who experiences her father coming back from Somalia after a long time and how she reconnects with him. It’s really sad that there aren’t more books about Somalia!

7. A book written by an indigenous or Native writer:

The Truth About Stories: A Native Narrative by Thomas King


This is a collection of stories that are amazing and I recommend everyone read them! 😀

8. A book set in South Asia:

Secrets of the Henna Girl by Sufiya Ahmed


It talks about an English girl’s trip to her parent’s home country, Pakistan, and what happens to her there.

9. A book with a biracial protagonist:

To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before by Jenny Han


Lara Jean and her sisters grow up with their dad while missing their mom, who died when the youngest of the girls was really small. One of my favourite books, I must say! 😉

10. A book staring a transgender protagonist or featuring transgender issues:

Middlesex by Jeffrey Eugenides


I’m not familiar with many books that are a part of this subgenre but this is one I’ve heard about via school.


Anyone who wants to participate in this tag! 😀 :

Hope you all enjoyed reading this post! I certainly enjoyed writing it! Well, that’s all for now. Any thoughts or questions are welcome in the Comments Section below.Have a nice day! 😉