Entertainment :: Non-Fiction Reviews
The realest of the "Real Housewives" has brought her wisdom and wisecracks to your book shelf. She reflects on love, life and family and is not afraid to tell you what you should be doing.
Best selling author Jennifer Finney Boylan discusses parenting as mother, father and somewhere in between.
A collection of essays by America’s favorite user of witticism, David Sedaris.
A glimpse into the fascinating childhood of boy of the moment James Franco
This book chronicles Jeff Chu’s trek across the United States to interview and witness Christianity through the eyes of its leaders and its gay devotees.
Gilles Harrada juxtaposes the myths that comprise the lexicon of contemporary culture against society’s acceptance of the LGBTQ community.The results offer a reasonable explanation as to why our minority is relegated to the sidelines of humanity.
The perfect companion for newbies of the art of fisting, or lovers of getting their butts pleasured.
How often does a book appear which is both exceptionally important and splendidly fun to read?
The fascinating and quirky memoir of genius British writer Jeanette Winterson.
Jack Gray’s book about career and personal highlights is one hilarious gay romp through celebrity encounters both show-biz and news-biz.