GLBT: Becoming Chloe-Catherine Ryan Hyde

Posted April 26, 2008 by shooting in Uncategorized / 3 Comments

Becoming ChloeBy: Catherine Ryan HydeReview by: Laurenwww.myspace.com/catherineryanhyde Jordy, a young gay teen, is living alone, finding shelter in an abandoned building, when he comes across a girl who is being raped. Once he finds a way to scare everyone off is when he first gets to meet this young lady named Wanda. She is rechristened […]

Girls in Trucks: Katie Crouch

Posted April 26, 2008 by shooting in Uncategorized / 2 Comments

Girls in Trucks by Katie CrouchReview by: Lauren Girls in Trucks begins with a young Sarah, who is still going through Cotillion Training School with a group of “friends” (Charlotte, Bitsy, and Annie) but for the most part are really just the people she finds herself always going back too in times of need. As […]

GLBT: The Boy with Black Eyes(book review)

Posted April 14, 2008 by shooting in Uncategorized / 5 Comments

The Boy with Black EyesBy: Brian LucasReview by: Lauren Based on a true story, this book is about two men who come together unexpectedly, but the attraction sets in at once. Brian can’t turn away and finds himself wrapped up in Nathanial’s life in just a couple days. Signs are shown that things are not […]

Book Review: My Pet Virus

Posted April 14, 2008 by shooting in Uncategorized / 3 Comments

My Pet Virus: The True Story of a Rebel Without a CureBy Shawn Deckerwww.mypetvirus.comwww.myspace.com/mypetvirus Shawn Decker was quite unlucky from the start, but he doesn’t really feel that way anymore. He was born with hemophilia, and because of this he got HIV, which leads to AIDS. Sounds a bit depressing, right? My Pet Virus clearly […]

GLBT Issue: Ellen Wittlinger

Posted April 14, 2008 by shooting in Uncategorized / 2 Comments

Ellen WittlingerInterview by: Lauren Ellen Wittlinger is the author of Hard Love, Parrotfish, and more. Her next book Love and Lies comes out this summer. Your novel Hard Love features a lesbian character and Parrotfish focuses on a transgender character. Is there a specific reason that you write books with GLBT characters? Do you think […]

Author Interview: Jen Calonita

Posted April 9, 2008 by shooting in Uncategorized / 3 Comments

Jen CalonitaInterview by: Lauren Jen Calonita is the author of Secrets of My Hollywood Life and its sequel, with the third in the series due out this month. 1. You write for magazines, but did you ever think you’d start writing books, or has this been a dream for you as well? TO BE HONEST, […]

Review: A Cursive Memory

Posted April 9, 2008 by shooting in Uncategorized / 0 Comments

A Cursive MemoryBy: Keatonwww.myspace.com/acursivememory I was probably one of the most excited people for A Cursive Memory’s Vagrant debut, Changes. Last week, when it came out, I popped it onto my ipod, expecting a bunch of uppity jams perfect for the gym or a feel good car ride with my best friends. Boy, was I […]

Review: Mercy Mercedes

Posted April 9, 2008 by shooting in Uncategorized / 0 Comments

Mercy MercedesBy: Keatonwww.myspace.com/mercymercedes I’ve known of, and listened to, Mercy Mercedes every once in a while since early 2006, and they always impressed me. Their vocals are a little nasal, but the vocalist has a distinct, aftertaste to his singing, that makes his voice recognizable. Their EP is titled Casio Rodeo, and there is defiantly […]

Dear Everybody by Michael Kimball

Posted April 7, 2008 by shooting in Uncategorized / 0 Comments

Dear Everybody By: Michael Kimballhttp://deareverybody.blogspot.com/ Jacket Cover: Jonathon Bender had something to say, but the world wouldn’t listen. That’s why he writes to everybody he has ever known—including his mother and father, his brother and other relatives, his childhood friends and neighbors, the Tooth Fairy, his classmates and teachers, his psychiatrists, his ex-girlfriends and his […]