Sunday, October 18, 2009

Little Lov'n Monday

Little Lov'n Monday is a day we celebrate the work of fellow bloggers. Between now and Wednesday, post a link to an article, contest, interview, poem- anything you think deserves a little lov'n. Leave a link and be entered in LLM Giveaway. Deadline is October 21th. I'll leave this open to readers outside of the US and Canada, but instead of shipping a book, I'll email you a gift card. It's too costly for me to ship beyond Canada. On the fourth Saturday of each month, I'll announce a winner. The winner may choose one of the one of the following books:

Dreaming In Cuban by Cristina Garcia
Masterworks of Latin American Short Fiction
Airman by Colfer
Haiku: Seasons of Japanese Poetry edited by Johanna Brownell
Hungry Woman in Paris by Josefina Lopez
The Disappearance of Irene Dos Santos by Marget Macarenhas
Woman Hollering Creek by Sandra Cisneros
Into The Beautiful North by Luis Alberto Urrea
Sugar by Bernice L. McFadden
Beloved by Toni Morrison

Commit to visiting 5 blogs and leaving comments. Drop those links & check out these :
Poetry at the Storialist
Testing The Ice at Great Kid Books
Nurturing Creativity in Children at Literacy, families and learning
Writing Out of Culture at Pamela Mordecai
Diversity Roll Call: The Problem Novel at The Englishist

4 comments:

Doret said...

Mary Ann is having a giveaway for Testing the Ice A Jackie Robinson story- Read it at work the other day- its a beautiful book

http://greatkidbooks.blogspot.com/2009/10/testing-ice-true-story-about-jackie.html

Dorla Moorehouse said...

There is a fantastic poem up at The Storialist which I think deserves some attention.

Mary Ann Scheuer said...

Thanks so much for including a link to Testing the Ice - it's beautiful. I'd love to give a shout-out to Doret for her consistent, upbeat support - she's a treasure in my online community.

I enjoy leaving comments and will try leaving 5 more on different blogs this week!

By the way, I just loved Journey of Dreams, my latest read, about a young girl's flight from war-torn Guatemala to the US. It hasn't gotten a lot of press and deserves more attention. Check it out.

Coastcard said...

Greetings from Wales and the hometown of Dylan Thomas. I have much enjoyed a visit to your blog - which I found via Poets Who Blog. I love the community of bloggers - such richness.