Saturday, February 28, 2009

Little Lov'n Monday & Giveaway

Little Lov'n Monday is a day we celebrate the work of fellow bloggers.

Between now and Monday, post a link to work you've read or written you think deserves a little lov'n. Works can be short stories, poetry, reviews, articles or visual art. On Monday, come by BES and check out the links to works published by your peers.


Going to try to gain some traction here. Earn an entry for each of the following actions. Deadline is March 5th. 2 Winners will select a book from the list provided:

+1 for leaving a link to a post you think we should check out
+1 for leaving a comment about a post you've read
+1 for linking to this meme
+1 for following this blog
leave a separate comment for each entry

Twilight by Stephenie Myers
Silent to the bone by E.L. Konigsburg
The Center of Everything by Laura Moriarty
The Giving Tree by Shel Silverstein
A Weekend to Change Your Life by Joan Anderson
White Teeth by Zadie Smith
Airman by Eoin Colfer
The Martha Rules by Martha Stewart
The Giver by Lois Lowry

Let's have a posting marathon. Show some love for your fellow bloggers. Comment to a new piece as well as the shared link. Check here for a growing list of posts for good reads:

Let's Talk About Speak at Presenting Lenore- (book discussion)
Interview with Monica McKayhan at The Brown Bookshelf- YA author
Their Eyes Were Watching God at The Striped Arm Chair- (review)
neo-slave narratives at Fledgling- (book review)
21st Century Thinking: My blog visits at A Year of Reading (education)
A Wish After Midnight by Zetta Elliott at The Happy Nappy Bookseller-(review)
A blog party at Amanda Ashby's
30 years later, a look at domestic violence at The Diary of an Anxious Black Woman
John Green's vlog


Thao said...

Count me in please. I just followed you ^^

susan said...

Hi Thao, I've enjoyed reading at your blog. Do leave a link to anything you think we should check out. You're in. Good luck.

Michelle Kuo said...

I think everyone should check out the blog party going on at
There's lots of fun interviews and giveaways up until her new book comes out :)

Michelle Kuo said...

And I am now a follower :)

btw, your Little Lov'n Monday is a really good idea!

susan said...

Hi Michelle,
Thanks for sharing a link and commenting. Glad you like the idea.
Look for your link on the front page soon.

Anonymous said...

Greetings! I found this great website and used this Ntozake Shange poem in my film class on domestic violence:

Could it really be true that Rihanna is back with Chris Brown?!?


Amy said...
^^^strange fruit, totaly haunting.
btw, i'd love to win white teeth(looks good)...

Anonymous said...

I enjoy prose and poetry sometime but most of my student does. We continually looks for literature article online so we could use in the classroom.

Hope to have an exchange link with you so we could go back anytime.


susan said...

Hi DepEd,
Happy to exchange links. Thanks for reading and commenting.

Erika Powell said...

I was totally going to leave the link to all the Speak madness from Steph and Lenore but since you already have it I will leave a link to John Green's relationship advice vlog. Not only is he a great author but this video is hilarious!

I am now a follower as well

Thom Gabrukiewicz said...

This didn't get the love I thought it deserved:

Thom Gabrukiewicz said...

I'd also like to give a shout-out to Miss Alister:

Anonymous said...

Here's a blog that I have been following. I love her writing.

Book Sp(l)ot said...

Here's a link from a blog that's awesome in general (as is the post specifically)

susan said...

Hi Michelle, DepEd, Zetta, Amy, Thom, Bk, Tisha and Erika, thanks for the links. And true to my vision for this feature, I have visited each link and commented.

Hope you've enjoyed LLM.

susan said...

And thank you to all of you who have posted links through 'create a link.'

susan said...

Congratulations Thao and Amy! generator chose your assigned numbers. Please send me your book prize choice along with a snail address. Hope you'll read, link and comment next week.

Unknown said...

Congrats to Thao and Amy!! :)