Top Ten Tuesday | Books Set Outside the United States

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Welcome to Top Ten Tuesday!
Today’s prompt is Places In Books I’d Love to Live, but because of my love of all things intercultural, I decided to do a slight twist on the topic by listing books set outside the United States. Most of these stories are historical romance, some are romantic suspense, and all are set across four different continents.

Book Review | A Tapestry of Light

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A Tapestry of Light JustRead Blog Tour Welcome to the Blog Tour for A Tapestry of Light by Kimberly Duffy, hosted by JustRead Publicity Tours!

Martin Luther King, Jr. Day

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When I taught Intercultural Communication, this principle is one I always hoped my students would take to heart by the end of the class because traveling to three different continents than the one I was born on gave me first hand experience in how vital a lesson this is. Martin Luther King, Jr. says it best:

Book Review | Different Like Me

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With it being a holiday weekend and one usually spent with family while enjoying the last days of summer, reviewing a children’s picture book seemed like the perfect book review post for today. Different Like Me is written by Xochitl Dixon and illustrated by Bonnie Lui.