New book “Under the Rainbow” will snare you on page one

Under the Rainbow by Celia Laskey shows that you never can be sure what will happen You never know what’s going to happen when a...

“My Handful of Stars” is a very satisfying read

Ken Felts’ Historic Memoir If you were like my sister and me, whatever the adults were doing was a LOT more interesting. Consequently, we became...

“140 Miles of Life” is excellent beach reading and kicks a$$

Carrera's journey changed her life, and it may change yours as well When I started to read Veronica Carrera’s memoir 140 Miles of Life, I...

Out of the Broomcloset bookshelf

Living in the golden age of publishing As John Waters is famously quoted, “If you go home with somebody, and they don’t have books, don’t...

Some beach reading–youth and beyond

Nickel Fare by Dominic Ambrose The Summer of 2020 and COVID-19—like ring-tailed lemurs, we lift our heads up to see what’s happening in the world....

You will get an eyeful of gossip in “Gatecrasher”

Gatecrasher: How I helped the Rich Become Famous and Ruin the World by Ben Widdicombe Have you heard about....? It's true. You learned it from your...

Gretchen Felker-Martin’s new novel has plenty of blood, gore and...

Review of the new book Manhunt It’s just a little stick in the arm. Just a poke, a tiny jab, a brief ouch, and you have...

“How We Won the War for LGBTQ Equality” discusses where we...

The Washington Blade is the nation’s oldest-running LGBTQ publication, just having made its 50th anniversary in 2019. Located in D.C., the “Gay Blade" is...

“Late Bloomer Baby Boomer” uses humor to create a bridge of...

In a time when the far right looks to conquer and divide minority groups, it is important that the queer community (and all other...

LGBTQ memoirs by various authors

Out Reviews Another holiday season is here with a lot of planning, preparation and family events. But on your downtime why not reach for one...