Diversity Bingo 2017

The second reading challenge I’m participating in this year is Diversity Bingo 2017. (You can read about my first reading challenge here.) I hope this challenge will help me read more diversely without focusing too much in one area (i.e. white gay men).

As of the original date of this post, I’ve read four books (with only one overlap with my other reading challenge). I’ll keep updating this post as I complete more books for this challenge!

Side note: I had an extremely difficult time finding an #ownvoices book with a pansexual main character. Then I found this post by Dahlia Adler/LGBTQ+ Reads about digging into an author’s sexuality when they may not want to publicly discuss it. For this category, I will be picking a book from Dahlia’s list and counting it as another great opportunity to read diversely.


  • Romance with a Trans MC:
  • Non-Binary MC (OV):
  • SFF with Disabled MC:
  • Practicing Jewish MC:
  • Indian MC (OV):
  • Displaced MC:
  • MC with a Under-Represented Body:
  • Neuro-Diverse MC (OV):
  • Retelling with MC Belonging to LGBTQIA+:
  • Bixseual MC (OV):
  • MC with an Invisible Disability:
  • MC with Anaphylactic Allergy:
  • MC of Color in SFF:
  • Own Voices Latinx MC:
  • Free Choice: Bad Feminist by Roxane Gay
  • Non-Western (Real World) Setting:
  • Own Voices: The Underground Railroad by Colson Whitehead
  • MC with Chronic Pain:
  • West Asian Setting:
  • Arab MC (OV):
  • MC with Wheelchair:
  • Book by Author of Color:
  • Biracial MC (OV):
  • Pansexual MC (OV):
  • Black MC (OV): The Boy in the Black Suit by Jason Reynolds
  • MC on the Ace Spectrum (OV):
  • LGBTQIA+ MC of Color:
  • Visually Impaired MC:
  • Book set in Central America:
  • Contemporary World Arranged Marriage:
  • Indigenous MC (OV):
  • Diverse Non-Fiction:
  • POC on the Cover:
  • Deaf/deaf/Hard of Hearing MC:
  • Immigrant or Refugee MC: The Sun is Also a Star by Nicola Yoon
  • Hijabi MC (OV):

Let me know if you’re participating in this reading challenge and which categories you’ve read so far!


Leave a Reply