RAMADAN READATHON : Books We Recommend As Eid Gifts – YA

Eid-Ul-Fitr - you've most probably heard it described as being a bit like a Muslim Christmas. That is kind of true. We have a meal with family and friends, we go to our religious place of worship, we wear nice clothes and give presents. But it's in the celebration of the ending of Ramadan rather…


‘Publishers love paying lip-service to diversity, but none of them actually mean it.’ || Sami Shah

Sami Shah has been profiled in the New York Times, ABC's The Australian Story, BBC Radio 4, NPR, TEDx, and QI with Stephen Fry. His autobiography, "I, MIGRANT" has been nominated for the NSW Premier's Literary Award, WA Premier's Literary Award, and the Russell Prize for Humour Writing.Sami has written columns for national and international…

RAMADAN READATHON : The What, The Where, The When

Nadia and I have been planning #RamadanReadathon for nearly a month now and we're very excited to show you what we've got in store. From interviews to Twitter chats to blog posts, we hope there's something in here for everyone. Whoever you are, we hope you join in with our effort to help promote books by…


headscarves and hardbacks

If you follow me over on Twitter, you’ll probably know that I am co-hosting a readathon next month with Zoya @ We Are All Critics! We are so excited and also overwhelmed by all the support we have received so far. We have some incredible things already lined up including author interviews, Twitter chats and giveaways, and we hope to post a schedule at the end of this month so you know what’s happening where and when. In the meantime, this is a short introduction post explaining why we are doing it and how you can get involved!

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