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“acceptance, tolerance and celebration of diversity begins – right here, in my home” by Annabel Pitcher #DiversityMonth

“acceptance, tolerance and celebration of diversity begins – right here, in my home” by Annabel Pitcher #DiversityMonth

Annabel graduated from Oxford University with a degree in English Literature and an ambition to be a children’s author. She had a variety of jobs before deciding to travel the world and focus on writing. Annabel now lives in Yorkshire with her husband and two young sons. @APitcherAuthor  annabelpitcher.com My sons absolutely love me. I … Continue reading

Diversity Month 2017

Diversity Month 2017

You might have noticed that this year’s Diversity Month has started a little late. Sorry about that. Hopefully you’ll still enjoy it. There are some lovely author guest posts coming your way and I’ll be re-posting highlights from the previous 2 years. You can find the whole backlog under this link if you want to … Continue reading

Diversity Month 2017 – JOIN IN!

Diversity Month 2017 – JOIN IN!

Luna’s Little Library started Diversity Month in November 2015, along with exclusively reviewing diverse books my blog hosted numerous guest posts by amazing authors. For example, Alexia Casale who’s book House of Windows was added to the Reading Well – books on prescription list, plus posts by Candy Gourlay and number 1 New York Times … Continue reading

I’m interested in portraying the world as it is… Guest Post by Kiran Millwood Hargrave #DiversityMonth

Kiran was born in London in 1990. She completed her undergraduate studies in English and Drama with Education at Cambridge University, also performing in Footlights smokers and plays. She graduated with distinction from the Creative Writing MSt at Oxford University, and was President of the Poetry Society there. She is an award-winning poet, with three … Continue reading