Many of you are probably familiar with the #WeNeedDiverseBooks campaign that started in 2014, with its mission to bring diversity to books by calling on all authors to reflect different races and culture groups in their writing. Although great strides have been made, the movement is far from over. In this post, author Brynn Chapman
discusses her new novel, THE REQUIEM RED
, whose heroine is an asylum resident who possesses an uncanny degree of perception that allows her to hear messages in music and see lyrics in paintings. If you're tired of reading about the same characters over and over again and would like to see an author delve into the experiences of people with disabilties, read on!