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In addition to the visual media now depicting interracial couples as "normal" (thanks largely in part to Shonda Rimes and her stable of shows), there is also a burgeoning genre in literature that only a few seem to know about. At least one mainstream romance reader in the comments section of a romance book blog seemed taken aback by what she mused was a growing proliferation of romance novels depicting white heroes and black heroines in love matches.She stated:"I'm seeing a lot of white male/with black female genre books out there. I believe in love who you want to love but it worries me when writers jump on a bandwagon and flog it to death..."In other words, she seemed to be suggesting that interracial romance literature is a fad, something temporary.

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In this moment when diversity is finally getting the attention it deserves, and publishers and readers are discovering books that represent diverse cultures, I’d like to make mention of young adult novels that feature cross-cultural and/or interracial relationships. In my backstory construct of FORGIVEN, I imagined that Kula Baker’s great-grandmother was Alaskan Athabaskan, and married Kula’s Caucasian great-grandfather, who then brought her back to California.