Coming Up This Week January 1

Happy New Year to everyone around the world who logs on to this site. I hope you had a wonderful celebration.

This week it will be pretty quiet here because we’re all tuckered out. :) I was going to post my annual review of Top Book Covers but I’ll do it later in the week. I’m just too tired today. :(

First up, today author K.Z. Snow did a very funny piece called The Author and Her Therapist. You should check it out if you have the time.

On January 2nd Tj talks about the past year in GBLTQ and highlights some notable events  – he calls it Look What Happened When you Weren’t Looking  It’s a “must read.”

On Friday Aunt Lynn posted our annual Guest Reviewers Top Picks for 2011 and I did my Top Books in 2011 and Honourable Mentions yesterday. There is a huge variety of books from which to choose.

Today Aunt Lynn posted our Top Movie Reviews in 2011.

This weekend the following reviews were posted: The Valley of the Shadow of Death by Julie Bozza reviewed by Cryselle; The Thirteenth Pillar by J.L. O’Faolain reviewed by Sirius; Aunt Lynn reviewed By Honor Betrayed by Alex Beecroft; and Raine reviewed The Boy Behind the Red Door by John Goode. All of the posts and reviews are linked.


Free Books This week

Six Degrees of Lust by Taylor V. Donovan – MLR Press
Wysh, Book 1: The Wysh by L. Shannon – Amber Allure
Christmas in Flip Flops by A.J. Llewellyn – Amber Allure
Blue Notes by Shira Anthony – Dreamspinner Press
Love Means …. Family by Andrew Grey – Dreamspinner Press
Counterpoint, Song of the Fallen by Rachel Haimowitz – Riptide Publishing
Blue Moon by Rowena Sudbury – Dreamspinner Press

Reviews This Week

Jenre: Love Means Family by Andrew Grey
Raine: Unwrapping the Present by Evan Gilbert; A Wealth of Unsaid Words by R. Cooper
Sirius: What Can Be by Mary Calmes: Good Shepherd by Jardonn Smith
Cryselle: Boats in the Night by Josephine Myles
Feliz: Secret Light by Z.A. Maxfield
Wave: Break and Enter by Aleksandr Voinov and Rachel Haimowitz; Light Me Up by James Buchanan; Every Time a Bell Rings by Missy Welsh (If these books seem familiar it’s because I didn’t get to them last week). :)

I think everyone else is in bed but if I hear from them I’ll add their reviews later.

The boys haven’t returned from their New Year’s celebrations but I’m sure they will be here on Friday.

Till next week, that’s a wrap.


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