Prism Book Alliance is thrilled to be associated with UKMeet, and hopes to
meet many of our readers in September 2016. PBA is a blog which, as our
logo states, ‘celebrates diversity through literature’.
We exclusively review books with LGBTQAI protagonists and themes. PBA aims
to support the authors, and campaigns for the LGBTQAI community generally.
PBA, in its present incarnation, came into being on the 1st January 2014
and has grown exponentially. We thought you might like to see some of our
PBA is comprised of 15 reviewers, and blog owner Brandilyn Carpenter;
We post 30-40 reviews, per week.
PBA also hosts between 6 and 11 guest posts per week from a diverse range
of LGBTQAI authors, photographers, cover artists and interested parties.
Our popular Outside the Margins featured column includes up to 30 authors.
Currently our lineup also includes an editor and a cover artist! Our
authors include UK authors, Lisa Worrall, Clare London, Sue Brown, KJ
Charles, and R.J. Scott.
Fridays we have some fun with Five Thing Friday where we list our top 5 on
a wide variety of subjects!
Every Saturday we have the day devoted to Retro Reads where we look at
those titles in the genre that are older than six months. On the second
and fourth Saturday, we spotlight a single author’s backlist. It is an
excellent way to get your older titles in front of new readers!
The first Sunday of every month we look at the previous month’s Prism
Recommended Reads. This list is the best of the best. It is those titles
we think everyone should read. Those titles that deserve an extra mention.
The other Sundays of the month see our own reviewers tackling relevant
topics in the genre and industry with the Sunday Spotlight feature. We
have had articles ranging from Authors Behaving Badly, Reviewers Behaving
Badly, Drag Queens, Pornography and many more.
Every month we hold a comment contest. One randomly selected thoughtful
and relevant comment on the blog will win a $25 gift card to the eBook
eTailer of their choice.
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