Tiffany Haddish’s I Curse You With Joy

The only thing that could make my trip to New York City for the Whoopi Goldberg book signing better was doubling my divas and swinging by Tiffany Haddish’s signing of her new book “I Curse You With Joy” at the Barnes & Noble Union Square afterwards. Tiffany was in coversation with Charlamagne Tha God (Who’s…

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David Levithan’s Ryan And Avery

A couple weeks ago, I went to my favorite indie bookstore in Connecticut, RJ Julia (768 Boston Post Road in Madison) for a book discussion moderated by Sarah Darer Littman about the banning of books with a signing afterwards by author David Levithan. The discussion was enlightening because I heard some rumblings about book banning…

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Cody Rigsby’s XOXO, Cody and Photo-Op

In my gay opinion, the best indie book store in Connecticut is RJ Julia Booksellers in Madison. Wanting to support my fav bookstore and a gay author, I bought my $28.71 ticket for their Cody Rigsby photo-op event that came with a signed copy of his autobiography, “XOXO, Cody.” You know I love my autographed…

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Sturgeons: (The Complete Serials) by John L. Harmon

The town of Sturgeons might have it’s cute little motto of “The Good Life Begins And Ends Here!” but their travel bureau has their work cut out for them with the odd things going on around town. The first half of this serial book (“Darkening Sturgeons“) has town folks disappearing like flies under dark and…

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Pamela Anderson’s Love, Pamela

Pamela Anderson is one of those divas that I appreciate for her public persona more than her body of work. I admit to never having seen an episode of Home Improvement or Baywatch…Tim Allen and The Hoff never did it for me. I may have seen her movie Barb Wire once back-in-the-day on VHS when…

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Resolution 2023…It’s A Date!

When the pandemic first started and almost everything shut down, I fell into the routine of still going to work everyday (which, at times, was worse than the pandemic itself) and coming home to a partner I love, but “me time” was non-existent. Now that events are happening again, like concerts and book signings, I…

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Adam Silvera’s The First To Die At The End

Adam Silvera’s new book “The First To Die At The End” is a prequel to his book “They Both Die At The End” from a few years ago. Once again, the title gives away the premise of the book, without any spoilers from me. You’re told who’s dying early on, but the when and how…

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