Not as diverse as I'd like but awareness of the gaps in your knowledge is the first step, right?
On to my TBR for this event!
I've started with The Shadow of the Wind by Carlos Ruiz Zafon, because people have been telling me it's great for so long, but the other three are all books I've had on my shelves for years too. As you can see, the desire to read diversely isn't the problem with me, it's just the actuality of making it happen!
I think it's so important to read books set in other countries and by authors from other cultures because there's so much that I won't ever experience for myself and books can help me to learn about and understand other people's experiences. Reading diversely creates and increases empathy and understanding and in my opinion that's one of the most important things needed in our world today!
Because it's me, there will be a post/page coming with a list of books I want to read from all the countries missing a pin on my map! I'll probably remain a day or two behind with the discussion topics for this readathon but I really love the idea of having different things to post about each day, and obviously am loving the chance to get some recommendations for world lit!