An adventure story involving magic, mermaids, and roguish pirates... sign me up!
Fiction, non-fiction, sci-fi, YA, self-help, you name it.
Stories of slavery and the Underground Railroad are our stories. They are not stories for white people to twist, glamorize, and consume.
It's really exciting to hear when someone comes and talks to me about my book to tell me that the characters are making mistakes. That's incredible.
Does the show start any useful conversations about mental health, depression or sexual assault? Or does it hide behind the shock value of the graphic depictions of suicide and rape?
How many novels can you name that tackle mental health with such grace, honesty, and understanding?
When Dimple met Rishi is a sweet love story about two teens who are trying to balance their aspirations with what their Desi parents expect.