Finally-GLBT Challenge Post

I have been completely remiss in posting my sign up post for the GLBT challenge hosted by Amanda of The Zen Leaf.  The official GLBT blog can be found here.

I am going to sign up at the lambda level, which is four books.  The challenge runs from January 1, 2010 to December 31, 2010.

Here is a tentative reading list.

Fingersmith, by Sarah Waters

Tran-Sister Radio, Chris Bohjalian

Claudine at School, Collette

The Picture of Dorian Gray, Oscar Wilde

The Perks of Being a Wallflower, Steven Chbosky

Life Mask, Emma Donoghue

The Bermudez Triangle, Maureen Johnson

So we’ll see how it goes.  The list could very well change, but either way I am super excited about this challenge.  Are you joining in and, if so, what will you be reading?

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2 Responses

  1. Ooh, you have some great books on that list! I love The Bermudez Triangle and the Picture of Dorian Gray both! I want to read Fingersmith, too.

    Thanks for joining us!

  2. I was wondering if you can help spread the word about a new site to help out the lesbian and bi women community. I manage a site called beaver.com that is a social networking site similar to facebook. My dream is that it’s a place for all gay woman to connect througout the world to unite as one strong voice. Like facebook, members network both socially and for business. Members can blog, have photo galleries, display videos and much more.

    I will really appreciate it if you help spread the word about Beaver.com and put a link to Beaver on your website and perhaps write a blog post about it.

    Some people, generally strait people, seem to take offense to the name beaver. Yet I have not had one negative response from any lesbians. Women are empowereing the term Beaver with Beaver.com.

    Thanks for reading this and I really hope that you help spread the word to lesbians and place a link on your site.

    Justine

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