Living in a world of darkness doesn't mean we must surrender, but to survive, we need to occasionally unleash the diva from within.
Haverhill author Suzanne DeWitt Hall recently launched her children’s picture book Rumplepimple, just in time for the Supreme Court ruling on same sex marriage. The book is about the adventure a naughty terrier goes on when a car ride turns him into a grocery store hero. But Rumplepimple’s family is what makes the timing special.
AnDerecco published his first novel, Who Can I Run To?, in February 2011. The sequel ̧ Love to Luv was published in December 2011 with the trilogy Undercover Lies following in February 2012. He was inspired by some of his former students to write Torn and release it on the same date as Undercover Lies.
Disheartened by recent comments from the US Conference of Catholic Bishops that the June 26 SCOTUS decision on marriage equality was ‘a tragic error’, Rochester NY author Gregory Gerard has successfully raised funds to mail a hard copy of his gay, Catholic, coming-of-age memoir to 278 active US cardinals, bishops—and Pope Francis.
This year we’ve commemorated the 70th anniversary of the end of the Second World War. There has been an outpouring of new books and documentary films about Nazism and the struggle against it, as well as heart-breaking accounts of the shattered lives of the many victims of the Third Reich.
Author Tony Tone likes writing gay books, hoping to let people know and understand some of the things that happen in the gay love game. In «College Team Mate’s» (published by AuthorHouse), he reveals a steamy tale that will stimulate the readers imagination.
Italian book that explores different family types including same sex was banned by mayor of Venice, but pontiff becomes unlikely supporter.
In the new book Stormtrooper Families (Homosexuality and Community in the Early Nazi Movement), ” just published by Harrington Park Press (New York, NY) and distributed by Columbia University Press, author Andrew Wackerfuss, PhD, quashes the myth of the “pink swastika” – the idea put forth by hysterically conservative pundits such as Scott Lively, Bryon Fischer, Pat Robertson and their ilk that "thuggish" homosexuals caused the rise of the Nazi Party, World War II, the Holocaust, and the general devastation of the world after 1945.
Lonely Planet's Guide to Pride, a free digital guide to LGBT Pride celebrations in 20 cities around the world, is now available exclusively on iBooks.
Rochester NY author Gregory Gerard launched a GoFundMe campaign to mail a hard copy of his gay, Catholic, coming-of-age memoir to each of 277 active U.S cardinals and bishops.