Saturday, January 1, 2011

GLBT 2011 Challenge Reviews


Hi everyone! Here is where you can link up to your GLBT reviews in 2011. Remember, the more you link up, the better chance you have to win the prize drawing at the end of the year. :)

Here's to a wonderful year!

Note: Please leave your review's direct URL in the Linky. Non-specific links or links to a blog's home page will be deleted. If you are looking to sign up for the challenge, you may do that on the Challenge Post.

*****SECOND NOTE: The original Linky is now closed and a new one will be added soon. If you would like to link to a review in the meantime, please leave your link in comments.******

18 comments:

Megan said...

Wow. I guess I am first. I read my first book for the challenge after finding it on Goodreads. I was super excited to read it and Martin Wilson did not let me down.

megan @ Amethyst Daydreams

demimonde said...

OK I just figured out how to do this! Yay me! I hope to post a lot because I'm trying to review at least a book a week, and all of them with GLBT characters/authors. Looks like fun!

Beau said...

I'm not sure how & where to post my book reviews. Here's the link to my first for 2011:

http://thirdgenderqueer.weebly.com/january---written-on-the-body.html

Beau

Amanda said...

There's a Mr. Linky in the post. You put your name and the name of the book read in the first entry, and then the URL in the second, hit enter, and it'll add you to the form. :)

bibliojunkie said...

A GBLT read from a Japanese author, my review on Quicksand by Junichiro Tanizaki is up! thanks for hosting this. :)

mel u said...

hi-please remove link 45-I hit the enter key too quick-

Amanda said...

No problem, I deleted it. :)

Alice said...

Hurray! My friends told me Oranges Are Not the Only Fruit was a must, so I tried it. And have now been eating a lot of oranges.

Alice said...

Ok, I fail and didn't post the name of the book. Could you delete 64? :)

Amanda said...

No problem, I deleted that one. :)

Heidi said...

Okay so I found the reviews! Sorry for the confusion. I'm reposting them here.

Dawn Embers said...

I forgot to do this part but now that I have an active review blog, I can post the link to it. Yay!

And I think one of the books I'm about to read counts since reviewers have said the main character is bi. Can't wait to start reading.

mostlyhere said...

I reviewed Jeffrey Eugenides' Middlesex here: http://mostlyhere-readingchallenges.blogspot.com/2011/03/jeffrey-eugenides-middlesex.html

Grilsgood said...

My second book, I actually took it out of the library for a boqating challenge:

2. Kahn, E. M. Deep Water
This is Kahn's first novel, but not his last. Within sight of Manhattan

most of the time, Gene a committed sailor, and his lover Kevin who he teaches to

sail. Gene had a less then stellar career as a journalist and turns to ships

carpentry. This is the love story of Gene and Kevin and their love of sailing.

Ryan G said...

I just posted a review of Don't Breathe a Word by Jennifer McMahon.

http://wordsmithonia.blogspot.com/2011/05/dont-breathe-word-by-jennifer-mcmahon.html

Natazzz said...

Thanks Ryan, I also posted your review link under May reviews: http://glbt-reading.blogspot.com/2011/05/may-reviews.html

Heidi said...

Shine By Lauren Myracle http://newpaperadventures.blogspot.com/2011/05/41-coming-of-age.html

Who Dat Whodunnit by Greg Herren http://newpaperadventures.blogspot.com/2011/06/47-secret-lives-murder-and-mystery.html

Sleeping Angel by Greg Herren http://newpaperadventures.blogspot.com/2011/06/52-what-if-you-didnt-know-who-you-were.html

bookishardour.com said...

Yes! I finally got around to reading a book for this challenge. Only took me eight months...

The Slap by Christos Tsiolkas

Now to go find another book.