Sunday, May 31, 2020

His Dad Thought His Hook Up Was an Intruder; A Mosque In the Heart of London's Gay Village; Ryan Field Books

His Dad Thought His Hook Up Was an Intruder

While this guy was living at home with his parents, he decided to take a hook up home and things got a bit awkward.

At that point, Lehmann’s dad had a complete freakout, running fo a baseball bat. Nick calmed his dad down, assuring him that he had a gentleman caller. Then Lehmann’s dad insisted on meeting said guest.

Here's the rest. I don't blame the dad for freaking out. I wouldn't want to find out there were strangers lurking in my home either. Frankly, I can't find the comedy in this. But maybe it's just me. 

A Mosque In the Heart of London's Gay Village

This is interesting and confusing. I'm not even going to comment. I have a problem supporting any religion that's anti-gay, including Christianity. So there's no way I can ever be objective about something like this. 

A British LGBT+ community forum welcomed plans on Thursday (May 28) for a mosque and community centre in the heart of London’s gay district despite seething pushback.


Here's the link

You can read more about LGBTQ in Islam, here. 






Amazon

"A wonderful story that I loved. The characters were well developed, and strong. Gus: A sweet young man. Doing something for all the wrong reasons. Craig: his boyfriend, he'll go along with anything Gus say. Henry: Gus father a no nonsense man, who's husband died last year. I enjoyed this story."

Uncertainty by [Field, Ryan]

What readers said about "Altered Parts"
"Best Gay Novel In Years. This story will stay with you and you will feel you know every character and the beauty of their home in the mountains of North Carolina."

Altered Parts


Altered Parts by [Field, Ryan]


While the book is easily readable, it also addresses emotions stereotypes and relationships. I would have preferred it be 3 times as long and tragically most guys don't find happy endings as depicted.. but in a short book, it provides food for thought, clarity and insight.. far more and better expressed than 99% of gay fiction . I don't think it could have been done better.


Kendle's Fire by Ryan Field






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