Read-a-longs and Read-a-thons

Bring Me Latinx | #ConSaborReadingChallenge 2020

You are joining ANOTHER reading challenge, you say. Why yes I am. (I’d better not tell you about that SFF bingo card challenge I also joined).

I join a lot of reading challenges because I genuinely enjoy doing them. Especially reading challenges like this where the focus lies on diverse reading. I saw this one over on Alicia’s blog this week and read up on it. Alicia always inspires me to read more by Latinx authors. Anything Latinx I pick up is generally her fault. I blame my love for Silvia Moreno-Garcia on her too. Not that this is a bad thing.

con sabor reading challenge

Click the banner to go to the sign-up and information post. Basically this is a challenge to read more by Latinx authors. Books read between January 1st and December 31st 2020 count.

We are already at the very end of April so I am sharing what I have read of Latinx authors and what I still own/would like to read my latinx authors. I don’t have a specific goal in mind. I just want to see how far I can get. You all know I am somewhat competitive with these things anyway.

Read between January to April

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Badges

345

Currently Reading

incendiary

To Be Read

Owned

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Still to Buy

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13 thoughts on “Bring Me Latinx | #ConSaborReadingChallenge 2020

  1. This looks like a lot of fun! I can’t join another yearly reading challenge, though. I have too many. (Yes, this is me telling myself that.) I love your list of books! Several are on my TBR, and I am SO EXCITED for Mexican Gothic to come out. I’ve pre-ordered it from my local bookstore, and am really looking forward to reading it.

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  2. I feel so honored to be mentioned like this in your post. Yes yes yes! My legacy shall be making everyone a Silvia Moreno-Garcia fan! You have so many good reads ahead of you. Also, Rebecca Podos isn’t Latinx. I know she has at least one book with a Latinx lead but isn’t Latinx her herself.

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