Tag: diversity

Always and Forever, Lara Jean Review: Nostalgia of Finishing High School

Always and Forever, Lara Jean Review: Nostalgia of Finishing High School

Lara Jean and Peter Kavinsky, why are you so adorable? I loved this conclusion to their story, as they farewell high school and start a new chapter of their lives. This book just felt so nostalgic, perfectly capturing the excitement and nervousness that comes with finishing high school and the future possibilities of college and […]

June 13, 2017 | 17 Comments
Rich People Problems Review: Ridiculous, Excessive & Completely Addicting

Rich People Problems Review: Ridiculous, Excessive & Completely Addicting

What do you do when you’re outrageously rich and you’re part of the most powerful, influential families in Asia? You spend it of course, in the wildest and craziest ways. From plastering oneself with the next season’s designer labels, to being named a Countess and having everyone bow to them, to getting plastic surgery for […]

12 Diverse Books You Should Read ASAP

12 Diverse Books You Should Read ASAP

Diverse books are so important when it comes to representing different cultures, religions, socio-economic circumstances, people and walks of life – because that’s what real life is! Wouldn’t fiction be boring if you read about the same character all the time? We’re massive supporters of diverse fiction at Happy Indulgence so we’re putting our heads […]

October 2, 2016 | 41 Comments
Chatterbox: When “Diversity” Isn’t Actually Diverse

Chatterbox: When “Diversity” Isn’t Actually Diverse

Lately the diversity debate has been strong, and I thought it was apt to share my thoughts on when books misrepresent diversity. It’s great to see more authors including multi-cultural characters and people from different walks of life in their books, and it’s definitely refreshing to read about characters who aren’t your standard Caucasian girl in […]

September 9, 2016 | 45 Comments