Day 26: Religious and Cultural Communities by Stacey Agdern @nystacey
#Rombklove 2020 Day 26
Cultural and Religious communities come in all different forms. Large, small, found, you name it. Cultural and religious traditions can be the touchstone of friendships and relationships, new or old. They can also be the source of the aunties, tias, uncles, grandmas, bubbies, zaydes, Tantes and other elders that watch over you, whether you want them to or not ;) Which ones have stood out the most? Which would you like to see more of ?
#Rombklove 2020, día 26: Existen comunidades culturales y religiosas de todo tipo. Grandes, pequeñas… Sus tradiciones pueden ser la clave de amistades y relaciones, nuevas o antiguas. ¿Cuáles son las que más te han llamado la atención? ¿Cuáles querrías ver representadas más a menudo?:)
How to participate?
Readers: Respond to the prompts! Share your favorite books, characters, scenes, or thoughts on tropes. Make sure to include the #RomBkLove hashtag with your tweet! If you have read and loved a book by LGBTQIA+, Disabled, and/or Authors of Color that fits the prompt please, please mention it. You might think everyone has heard of the book but I can guarantee you there are lots of people who still need to hear about it.
Authors: You are welcome to participate too, as fellow readers. The tag is not meant for self-promotion. Boost fellow authors, celebrate the community but do so in a way that respect reader spaces. Respect the conversation. Join in to rec the books you love that fit the theme/trope/prompt. Yes, you can say “I wrote a book with this trope” but please don’t spam the hashtag with generic promo.
For a list of all of these month's prompts and archives go to: https://www.anacoqui.com/2020/04/rombklove-2020-celebrating-inclusive-romance-during-a-pandemic.html