R.J. Hernandez's debut novel, "An Innocent Fashion," follows the life of Ethan St. James as he navigates his new internship at a renowned fashion magazine, exploring the intersections between privilege, ethnicity, and sexuality in the modern era.
Sparks fly between an unfulfilled coach and a rising star quarterback in this compelling romance novel set in the heterocentric sports world.
This is a good book for the Theatre fan boys and girls. It's also a worthwhile read for anyone interested in the history of theatre and how careers used to be earned.
"Love Wins" is a record of important events related to marriage equality in the United States of America ultimately leading to the landmark decision by the Supreme Court in 2015.
Highly intelligent Noah and Ray are quintessential "frenemies" in this gripping modern day retelling of Leopold and Loeb.
Two classmates become fast friends and experience a night to remember during San Francisco Pride in this delightful coming-of-age novel.
Ted is a single, gay man attempting to make a life for himself as a writer in Los Angeles. He's not doing terribly. That is, until he discovers and octopus taking up residency on his dachshund's forehead.
This re-release of the 1996 novel "Manhattan Nocturne" by Colin Harrison, is a classic noir, complete with a brooding writer (on a mission to solve a mysterious crime), a corrupt tycoon, a self-indulgent artist, a devoted wife and a blond femme fatale.
Boys and men cope with family, relationships and life's challenges in this provocative short story collection.
This novel traces the contours of Marlene Dietrich's gorgeous mask, though without getting beneath that mask as deeply or as often as we might wish. Still, the elegant writing makes up for any faults: Film buffs and Dietrich fans will devour this book.