One Year and Counting

Wow, can you believe it? It’s been a whole year of Rich in Color! To celebrate our anniversary we’re giving away twelve wonderfully diverse books to thank everyone for their support!

Additionally, we thought it would be fun to do an audio interview with co-founders Crystal and Audrey about why they started Rich in Color. Listen along as they share how a year of running the site has changed the way they look at and consume books. Hope you enjoy!

Download Rich in Color: Co-Founders Interview MP3 [21:14 min]

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17 Replies to “One Year and Counting

  1. Happy blogiversary! This blog is simply amazing, and spreads a very important message about diversity. I hope you guys continue on for lots more years to come!

  2. The podcast is great! I’ve always wondered how you find all the new releases. Sounds like a lot of work and it’s definitely appreciated.

    1. PS I’m super excited for both of Jenny Han’s books coming out this year: To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before and Ashes to Ashes (Burn for Burn 3, co-written with Siobhan Vivian).

  3. To All the Boys I’ve Loved by Jenny Han is one I’ve been looking forward to for a few months now. Great giveaway!

  4. There are a lot of them that I’m looking forward to!
    but to name a few:
    To All the Boys I;ve Ever Loved by Jenny Han
    Darkness Hidden by Zoe Marriott
    The Forever Song by Julie Kagawa

  5. Happy anniversary! 🙂 I’m looking forward to Sarah Rees Brennan’s final book in the Unspoken trilogy (half-Japanese protag), but am also looking forward to whatever else I end up reading…….

  6. I’m super excited to read some of these books. But I heard really bad things about Perfect Chemistry & Rules of Chemistry, like how it’s not a fantastic representation of latin@s.

  7. I’m seriously counting down the days until The Forever Song by Julie Kagawa is out. I read The Iron Fey Series and I can’t wait to read more of her work.

  8. Lots I’m eagerly anticipating … especially anything by Barbara Binns. She really nails the YA voice.

  9. Congratulations on your anniversary! You’re doing good work here. One of the many books I’m looking forward to is Strange Fruit, an illustrated book of black history that says it will go beyond the usual MLK/Harriet Tubman business.

  10. Happy Anniversary! I appreciate all the work you do to get the word out on books in various genres that present diverse cultures and experiences. I know I missed the contest, but fortunately, I’ve read most of the books on the list. The one I’m looking forward to reading now is Marjorie Agosin’s I Lived on Butterfly Hill, a middle grade novel about a girl growing up in Chile who has to leave because of the military coup.

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