April 26, 2017
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Tag Archives: gay novels

Something Like Winter

It’s actually been a while since I finished reading this book, so it’s not as fresh as it could be, but sometimes giving yourself some time to sit and stew over an opinion is a good way to analyze whether you liked a particular movie, book, restaurant, etc. That being said, I didn’t really need a lot of time to ... Read More »

Don’t Let Me Go by J. H. Trumble

More than one of our subscribers recommended I read Don’t Let Me Go by JH Trumble and I’m glad I took the time to give this novel a try. The cover is enticing enough, but I have to admit that I was hesitant to read a love story between two males written by a female. It has nothing to do ... Read More »

Call Me By Your Name by Andre Aciman

I typically find it very hard to get sincerely excited about gay romance novels. Usually they’re overly campy and devolve into erotica by page 10, which I guess is alright up to a certain point, but you’re still left wanting more after the fact. I can honestly say Call Me By Your Name delivers in a way I never expected. ... Read More »

The Meaning of Matthew by Judy Shepard

As you may remember, I recently finished reading The Meaning of Matthew by Judy Shepard, and it deserves to be mentioned. Before I start the post, however, let me go ahead and address a common misconception I run into: there is no relation between Matthew Shepard and myself. There are few books that can truly take me for an emotional roller ... Read More »

Something Like Summer by Jay Bell

Funny story how I came across this book: the author actually sent it to me as a gift, so first and foremost, thanks Jay! I’m honored that he would send me one of his many books as a gift. You can check out other novels by him at http://www.jaybellbooks.com/. However, even though he sent me the book himself, I’ll try ... Read More »

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