Monday, April 11, 2016

LGBT+ Giveaways on Goodreads: Nonfiction and Fiction!


It's time to announce some more LGBT+ books that are currently up for giveaway on Goodreads. This time around I have a nice mix of LGBT+ books - even a couple nonfiction titles - so hopefully you'll find something you like. If you can't enter (meaning the giveaway isn't for your country, etc.) then still think about adding some of these to your to-read list if they sound interesting!


Saving Delaney by Keston Ott-Dahl and Andrea Ott-Dahl

Check out the book on Goodreads

-you have about 3 more days to enter!


Polar Reaction by Claire Thompson

Check the book out on Goodreads

-you have about 6 more days to enter!



You Know Me Well by David Levithan and Nina LaCour

Check the book out on Goodreads

-you have about 11 more days to enter!



Fair Play: How LGBT Athletes Are Claiming Their Rightful Place in Sports by Cyd Zeigler Jr.

Check out the book on Goodreads

-you have about 26 more days to enter!



True Letters from a Fictional Life by Kenneth Logan

Check out the book on Goodreads

-you have about 37 more days to enter!

3 comments:

Lisa Mandina said...

The last one is a book I've been interested in. I'm trying not to go enter too many giveaways on Goodreads because I feel bad if I don't get to it right away. :-( I love that you've shared all of these though, so that your readers can just click on the link and go right to enter!

Lola R said...

Looks like there are some interesting looking LBGT books up for giveaway at goodreads. I don't enter goodreads giveaways often and so far haven't won them yet, but it's nice when you see a giveaway for a book you want to read.

Chiara @ Books for a Delicate Eternity said...

Ah, it's awesome of you to share LGBTQIA+ giveaways from Goodreads! Unfortunately, because I live in Australia, many Goodreads giveaways aren't available to me. But I'm still hopeful that whoever gets the book will read it and review it, and possibly spread the love for these titles.

I am really excited for You Know Me Well because David Levithan is one of my all time favourite authors, and I really liked Nina LaCour's Everything Leads to You when I read it last year!

I actually have a review copy for True Letters from a Fictional Life, and I cannot wait to read it.