Lambda Challenge

Lambda Literary Foundation gives awards to “celebrate LGBT literature. For the challenge, select as many category awards or books that interest you and read the books.

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Started by Bookchronicle. Last reply by Bookchronicle Oct 7, 2008.

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Comment by Rachel Watts on December 21, 2014 at 4:28am

Hello everyone, I've just reviewed a trans* fantasy novella, I really enjoyed this one. 

To Summon Nightmares, J.K. Pendragon: four stars.

Full review here:

Comment by Paulette Mahurin on July 2, 2012 at 7:48pm

Would love to have my book read by Lambda Literary Foundation or submit it for consideration. Any chance of this and anyone know how to go about this? Who to contact? If I don't ask...if I don't try...then what? Tks everyone.  For anyone who sees this and would like to read a pdf of my novel please contact me and I'll get it to you. The kindle version is hung up somewhere and not getting done, apologies.

Comment by Jerod Killick on January 21, 2012 at 10:36pm
Comment by on July 26, 2010 at 10:22am
Fingersmith : In Victorian London, the orphaned Sue Trinder is raised by Mrs. Sucksby, den mother to a family of thieves, or "fingersmiths."
Comment by on June 6, 2010 at 9:59am
This comprehensive, smartly written guide urges women to and explaining every system of the car with clear illustrations and understandable, if unavoidably dry, text, the book excels at breaking down common repairs and basic maintenance, such as changing tires, oil and brake fluid.

Comment by Jennifer Perry on May 28, 2010 at 12:59pm
Hello all! I know it's a holiday weekend and you've no doubt got big plans. But as we know books are our delicious addiction, so we can't resist getting our fix. Here is a suggestion. My review of Conquering Venus by Collin Kelley.
Please stop by the salon and tell me what you think.
Comment by on April 19, 2010 at 1:01pm
The mystery behind the death of his older brother was just the beginning...When 12-year-old Ritsuka discovers a posthumous message from his brother indicating he was murdered, he becomes involved in a shadowy world of spell battles and secret names. Together with the mysterious Soubi, the search to find Seimei's killer and uncover the truth begins! But in a world where mere words have unbelievable power, how can you find true friendship and happiness when your very name is Loveless?

Comment by Janice Beley, Arsenal Pulp Press on October 7, 2009 at 5:56pm
Arsenal Pulp Press is looking for bloggers to review our new titles! Our press primarily focuses on GLBT issues and topics. If you'd like to review our books, come check out our Group page and drop us a line!
Comment by Harvee Lau on August 25, 2009 at 10:45am
Painting the Invisible Man by Rita Schiano, a memoir written as fiction about a family on the "fringes of the Mafia." Also, gay fiction. .
Comment by Harvee Lau on August 14, 2009 at 3:23pm
Here's a review of a book written by a Lambda Award winning novelist.
Bangkok Dragons, Cape Cod Tears: A Cape Islands Mystery by Randall Peffer, review posted.

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