Friday, January 1, 2010

Reviews - 1st Quarter



Happy New Year everyone! The Challenge That Dare Not Speak It's Name has officially begun!

Here's where you can link to your reviews in January, February, and March. Remember a prize will be drawn for all active participants! Can't wait to see what you all read!

11 comments:

hcmurdoch said...

I've posted my first review: Debbie Harry Sings in French by Meagan Brothers (Youth Lit)

Tiina said...

My first read in 2010 was also my first GLBT Challenge read: a wonderful YA short story collection How Beautiful the Ordinary. My review is here: http://abookblogofonesown.blogspot.com/2010/01/how-beautiful-ordinary.html

Greetings,
Tiina

mel u said...

My review of Jeanette Winterson's Oranges are not the Only Fruit-a beautifully written book

Ali said...

Linking to my post about Annie Proulx's Brokeback Mountain. I hadn't even realized it was a short story before a movie, but I'm so glad I read it. Now I need to rewatch the movie.

black sheep said...

Posted my first review today as well, of Eric Goodman's Child of My Right Hand. A fantastic book with amazing characters.

Elizabeth Kaylene said...

This is already a total blast. I read The Bermudez Triangle by Maureen Johnson, about three best friends who are separated when two of the girls in the group start dating. (My link is above.)

I'm planning on reading Tipping the Velvet next. I hope it's a lot like the style of The Awakening; I'm afraid it's going to be blah because it's so old. But I've heard a lot of good things about it. Has anyone else read it?

Jen said...

I've posted a review of "Kynship" – "The Way of Thorn & Thunder" #1 by Daniel Heath Justice

http://multigenrefan.com/2010/01/kynship-the-way-of-thorn-thunder-1-by-daniel-heath-justice/

writergal said...

Finished reading May Sarton's journal: The House by the Sea. She's such a wonderful writer. I thoroughly enjoy her fiction and her journals. A good one for this challenge is The Education of Harriet Hatfield.

Zee said...

Could you please remove the Madicken review for me. Mr. Linky and I are not on speaking terms today.

Amanda said...

I often feel that way. :) I've removed it, Zee.

I'm so not a blogger said...

Elizabeth, I loved Tipping the Velvet!