Diversity Bingo 2017

To continue with my aim of reading diversely, I decided at the beginning of the year that I was going to do the Diversity Bingo Challenge. The idea of this being to read 36 books and complete the bingo-like sheet with the aim being to read as much diverse fiction as possible. Like a lot of people in the bookish community, I wanted to continue reading more diverse books and thought this would be the way to do it. This post is to update myself and others on my progress in this challenge so if you are looking for recommendations in what to read please look here, herehere and here. So let's get started...

Romance with a trans MC:

Non-binary MC (own voices):

SFF w/disabled MC:

Jewish MC:

Indian MC (own voices):

Displaced MC:

MC with an under-represented body: Panther by David Owen 

Neuro-diverse MC (own voices):

Re-telling with MC belonging to LGBTQIA+:


Bisexual MC (own voices):


MC with an invisible disability:

MC with an anaphylactic allergy:

MC of color in SFF: Welcome Back Volume 1 by Christopher Sebela 

Latinx MC (Own voices):

Free choice: Giant Days Volume 1 by John Allison 

Non-Western (real world) setting: 

Own voices: 

MC with chronic pain: 

West Asian Setting: 


Arab MC (own voices): 

MC w/ wheelchair: 

Book by author of colour: We Should All Be Feminists by 

Biracial MC (own voices):
 
Pansexual MC (own voices):

Black MC (own voices):

MC on the ace spectrum (own voices):

LGBTQIA+ MC of colour:

Visually impaired MC:

Book set in Central America:

Contemporary world arranged marriage:


Indigenous MC (own voices):


Diverse non-fiction: 
I Am Malala: How One Girl Stood Up for Education and Changed the World (Young Readers Edition) by Malala Yousafzai 

POC on the cover:

D/deaf/hard of hearing MC: A Quiet Kind of Thunder by Sara Barnard

Immigrant or refugee MC: We Come Apart by Sarah Crossan and Brain Conaghan 

Hijabi MC (own voices):

Are you taking part in Diversity Bingo? If so, what are you reading? 

See you soon, 

Amy
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