Tag Archives: LGBT Reading Books

Reviewing Out and About Dad

Think of a time before the celebrated Mitchell and Cam of television’s juggernaut Modern Family. And especially before it was a popular and “in” thing to do, widely accepted and embraced as it is today. There was Jim Joseph! In Out & About Dad: My Journey as a Father with all its Twists, Turns, and a Few Twirls, author Jim Joseph chronicles his struggle with not only becoming the primary caregiver to his two children but doing it as an out gay man in the early ’90s before there were trendy hashtags…

WILLIAM THE MANN FOR BARBRA FANS

I love when any famous someone is able to take valuable time out of their schedule to share with us what’s happening in their busy lives. Especially when they are a popular celebrity or a fierce somebody with fabulously interesting things to say willing and wanting to do an interview with me. Is that you? Let me know, then! Live vicariously, much? Ah, I love sharing what other people share with me – wait, did that sound right?! …

READ “THE HARDBODY CHRONICLES”

I lived in Ft. Lauderdale from August 1996 through October 1999 after moving from Atlanta following the Olympics. I became immersed in South Florida beaches and happening queer nightlife even beginning my brief stint into the leather contest scene while stripping in almost every bar placed in Florida it seemed. Where? Hmm…

READING AUTHOR MARTEN WEBER

Where do I begin with this literary wizard. With a crop of solid books already out in his reader’s hands like Gabriel and The Almost Unbelievably Curious Case of Jeremiah Hudgejaw (America’s First Gay Wedding) author Marten Weber has seen great success become his as he continues to produce and publish work. I wish I had the time to write like this man does but lucky for us, he does have the time…