Without further ado, here are the five questions I decided to answer for my intro.
What does diversity mean to you?
For me, diversity means . . .
- a more accurate representation of the society that's reflected in pretty much every single book.
- being fair to all groups of people instead of focusing so much attention on only a few groups.
- a learning experience because there's so much I don't know about minority groups, different cultures, etc. and I learn a lot from reading books.
I'm not sure if this is my top favorite, but it's the one that sticks out to me the most right now. I wrote a post about "Me" Reads and what that term means to me. I got really, really into this subject and it's one of my favorite discussion ideas that I've come up with.
What book are you most looking forward to reading this summer?
This changes depending on my mood because there's a lot that I'm planning to read. At the moment, Heart of Betrayal is the one I'm the most excited for! I just finished The Kiss of Deception a couple days ago and all that was running through my head afterward was I NEED THE SEQUEL. WHEN DOES IT COME OUT? July seems like a painful wait (even though it's less than two months away).