Jenifer Lewis’ Walking In My Joy

In my gay opinion, Jenifer Lewis is a diva and a “double D cup diva” at that, by her own admission. Back in 2018, I went to my first Jenifer Lewis book event for “The Mother Of Black Hollywood,” which was so memorable that I was thrilled when Barnes & Noble Union Square in New…

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Ryan La Sala’s The Honeys

A queer horror book, sign me up! When I got an email from RJ Julia Booksellers in Madison, Connecticut announced they were having a discussion and book signing with Ryan La Sala for his queer-horror book “The Honeys”, I was all over it. The book blurb described The Honeys themselves as a beautiful and terrifying…

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Minnie Driver’s Managing Expectations

A couple weeks ago, Minnie Driver did a discussion and book signing in Madison, CT thanks to R.J. Julia Booksellers. I bought a ticket to the event since I’m a fan of some of Minnie’s movies, I appreciate hearing authors talk about their books and I’m always a sucker for autographed merch. If I wasn’t…

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Harvey Fierstein’s I Was Better Last Night

Anyone who knows me, knows an immediate family member must practically die or get married in order to get me into any religious building. I used to go to a church weekly only because it was where my yoga class was held. However, I’ve been in some famous churches, mosques and synagogues when traveling. In Italy…

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Alyssa Milano’s Sorry Not Sorry

I’m a huge fan of Japanese pop-music icon Alyssa Milano as well as her work on the TV shows Who’s The Boss, Melrose Place, Charmed (one of the best shows ever created, in my gay opinion), and Insatiable. Back on March 30th, 2009 I went to Borders in New York City for a book signing…

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Adam Silvera’s They Both Die At The End

Don’t worry, this post doesn’t have spoilers, how could it when the book’s title says it all, “They Both Die At The End.” That’s the ultimate spoiler alert right there, it’s also the first thing that caught my eye in an email from The Strand Bookstore in New York City. The second thing that got…

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Betsey Johnson’s Betsey: A Memoir

Who knew in August 2006 when I agreed to cat sit for my partner’s co-worker’s two cats that my TV-watching and diva-stalking life would be changed forever. I agreed to help Betty and Ernest’s parents (I don’t remember their names) for two reasons #1: I love cats and #2: they had cable and air conditioning,…

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Felicia Day’s Embrace Your Weird

Felicia Day’s new book Embrace Your Weird is a self-help book to get one’s creative juices flowing. Thankfully my juices have been flowing just fine here on my blog but I’m such a huge fan of Felicia’s that I went to her book signing for the opportunity to meet her and get my books signed…

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Demi Moore’s Inside Out: A Memoir

I was excited to see tickets being sold for a Demi Moore book signing and discussion in New York for her autobiography Inside Out: A Memoir. Earlier that day Whoopi Goldberg was doing a book signing but it was a wristband event, meaning getting there early to be guaranteed a spot. In my gay opinion,…

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Whoopi Goldberg’s The Unqualified Hostess

In my gay opinion, everybody is a whore for something and for me it’s celebrity book signings. Give me a diva dishing about her career, her drug or alcohol addiction, and her ex-lovers and I am all over it. Hell I was even up for Whoopi Goldberg’s signing for her new book The Unqualified Hostess…

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