Books,  Readathon

LGBT Read-A-Thon Wrap Up!


Alas, The LGBT Read-a-Thon is over! I am starting this post by thanking each and every person who participated in this read-a-thon and I really hope that you had a great time!

If you did participate and felt that it was something you’d happily participate in again, please let me know! (via twitter, e-mail, contact-form, comments, etc). Or, if you didn’t participate but would like to if the opportunity arose, do get in touch!


In case you missed it. The twitter chat on sunday was absolutely amazing and if you get a chance to read through the jungle of tweets, go look at the hashtag; #LGBTRead!
But, to know how amazing it was, take a look at this print screen;
LGBTRead Trend3

That’s right! We were trending!

LGBT Reviews!

Have you written an LGBT review? Why not link up to it here. It’s only open for one more day!


Don’t forget to check out the Giveaway! You could win an LGBT book of choice or a bundle of swag! As a participant you get FIVE extra entries! And it’s open for two weeks so you have plenty of time to enter.

Goal Wrap-Up

Unfortunately for me, I ended up having a much busier weekend then I had first thought I would, so I actually only ended up reading one book; Pantomime by Laura Lam. It was absolutely amazing and I kicked myself that it took me so long to read! I hope to continue reading some more LGBT books as the week progresses though!
How did your goals go? Link up to them below!



  • Rachelia (Bookish Comforts)

    Thank you SO much for hosting this read-a-thon, Faye! It was excellent. The chat was so great – there were a ton of different discussions, book recommendations, etc and you posed engaging questions. I added a bunch of new to me books and followed a bunch of people from the chat. While I only got through 1 book / my goal of 2, it was a review book so I’m still happy about that :) I hope you’ll host this again sometime!

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