This post is part of my diverse reads feature, where I list all the diverse books I’ve read in a given month.
March’s list of diverse reads is going to be VERY short, not so much because most reads weren’t diverse but because I barely read anything at all.
I reread A PALE LIGHT IN THE BLACK by K.B. Wagers too. Check out my Diverse books read in October 2019 post to get the details on that one.
I also read two of the OCTOBER DAYE books by Seanan McGuire but while it has lots of diverse side characters and the main character deals with some low level PTSD, I think it doesn’t *quite* make it, to really be featured here?