Saturday, April 4, 2009

Little Lov'n Monday

Little Lov'n Monday is a day we support fellow bloggers. Between Saturday evening and Monday, post a link to something you've read that you think deserves a little lov'n.

Get some lov'n back. Share a link and be entered in LLM Giveaway. Deadline is April 10. 1 winner will be chosen this week.

Give a little lov'n.


Earn 1 entry for leaving a link to a post you think we should check out. Earn:
+3 for posting our icon/link on your sidebar
+2 for leaving a comment about a post you've read
Leave a separate comment for each entry. 1winner will choose a prize from the list:

Kindred by Octavia E. Butler
Reading Lolita In Tehran by Azar Nafisi
The Secret Life of Bees by Sue Monk Kidd
In the Beginning by CAtherine Dunne
Hush by Jacqueline Woodson
Blue Hour by Carolyn Forche
Missing Mom by Joyce Carol Oates

Let's have a posting marathon. Check here for a growing list of posts for good reads.
"Interracial Spectacle" at Anxious Black Woman
Courage in Patience at Beth Felhbaum author blog
"Seeing The Light" at Anxious Black Woman (article)
Jantsen's book giveway at Bella is reading
Mitali Perkins', "Straight Talk On Race" at School Library Journal

5 comments:

Diana Dang said...

Ah! I forgot to join's last week. Haha.

Well, I think this dress made by Liana on her blog is absolutely lovely and needs lots of loving! http://joechip.net/liana/2009/03/31/empire-waist-light-and-dark-purple-prom-dress-with-sequins-and-scroll-embroidery/

Beth Fehlbaum, Author said...

I like your site! I'd love for you to read my book and comment about it on your site-- and, I promise, if you agree to read it, I agree to send it to you!

Check it out-- Chapter 1 is online for free!

Beth Fehlbaum, author
Courage in Patience, a story of HOPE...
http://courageinpatience.blogspot.com
Ch. 1 is online!

susan said...

It's Monday. Comment, people! :-)

Claudia said...

This week I really enjoyed Seeing the Light: Some God Talk to Begin Holy Week at Diary of an Anxious Black Woman.

While my own religious beliefs may differ, I found her discussion of the way poetry and science/speculative fiction are just as engaged in the quest for spiritual identity as traditional religions to be quite compelling. She writes, Whether the point of any of these films is the exploration of alien intelligent life or the triumph (and failures) of science and technology, the goal is always - God, I'm looking for you! Can you give me some kind of proof of your existence? Interesting stuff.

Zetta Elliott said...

I'm also a fan of the Anxious Black Woman--you've GOT to see this post with its link to Ciara's newest video...thank GOD I don't have BET! Ciara looks a LOT like my little sister, who also dances/models, and I'm discussing these issues in my class, so this post was rather timely. Check it out: http://diaryofananxiousblackwoman.blogspot.com/2009/04/interracial-spectacle-thoughts-on-power.html