Posts tagged samira ahmed
8 OwnVoices Authors and Books to Read Right Now

We are undergoing a revolution right now. I’m finally seeing more covers with characters that look like me—like on Maureen Goo’s books—and reading stories with characters that love like I do—three cheers to that ace representation in Let’s Talk About Love! Minorities in the YA book community have been searching and waiting for books that truly reflect how we move through the world. And now we’re finally getting the stories we want and need.

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Read to Resist with Samira Ahmed, author of Internment

If you haven’t heard yet (you should’ve, though—I never shut up about this book), Internment by Samira Ahmed comes out in exactly a month! We had the pleasure of hearing Samira introduce her novel in person, but we want the world to hear and see her words, so we filmed it just for you. Bonus: her ARC letter because she is such an inspiring and stunning writer.

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The January 2019 NOVLBox!

Happy 2019, NOVLers! 🎉🎉🎉 We’re that much closer to all those 2019 book releases you’ve been oh-so-patiently waiting for.

In the meantime, to continue to tide you over, I’m here to introduce our next NOVLbox curator. We are so excited for her absolutely engrossing sophomore novel that we NEED someone else to talk to about it with…

This month’s curator is Samira Ahmed, author of Internment and Love, Hate & Other Filters!

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