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I Am Michael Alago – Breathing Music. Signing Metallica. Beating Death.

posted Sunday, November 15, 2020

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Record label executive, photographer, and author, Michael Alago takes readers through this amazing journey that is his life. Alago grew up in Brooklyn, New York, in a large, spirited, and devoted Puerto Rican family. Through his early passion for music, art, theater, and photography, he soon found himself rubbing elbows with many downtown NYC scene […]

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The Meaning of Mariah Carey – book delves into memories, mishaps, and more

posted Sunday, November 15, 2020

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Many fans have been waiting for this new reveal-all book from the singing diva. It’s quickly become a bestseller, and both critics and readers alike are giving it praise for its human honesty. Here’s what Mariah had to say about putting this together…. “It took me a lifetime to have the courage and the clarity […]

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Stoop City – Kristyn Dunnion’s latest delve into queer sensibilities

posted Thursday, November 12, 2020

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Welcome to Stoop City, where your neighbours include a condo-destroying cat, a teen queen beset by Catholic guilt, and an emergency clinic staffed entirely by lovelorn skeptics. Couples counseling with Marzana, her girlfriend’s ghost, might not be enough to resolve past indiscretions; our heroine could need a death goddess ritual or two. Plus, Hoofy’s not sure if his […]

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Memphis Mayhem – a comprehensive look at how race and music merged

posted Wednesday, November 11, 2020

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Memphis gave birth to music that changed the world — Memphis Mayhem is a fascinating history of how music and culture collided to change the state of music forever. Not only is Memphis dubbed Home of the Blues, but it’s also known as the Birthplace of Rock ‘n Roll.  Memphis Mayhem weaves the tale of the racial collision […]

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Never Turn Your Back on the Tide – a tell all memoir not afraid to name drop

posted Tuesday, November 10, 2020

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First thing to note about this novel is the title has an additional subtitle, “How I Married a Lying Psychopathic Wannabe-Murderer and Kinda Lived to Tell“. Imagine thinking you had the ideal life. The perfect partner, on whom you relied and trusted. An infant child, newly adopted. Then one day, quite suddenly, the life you’ve […]

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Lion’s Head Revisited – PI Dan Sharp returns with another mysterious tale

posted Tuesday, November 3, 2020

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Lion’s Head Revisited is the latest release in the Dan Sharp Murder Mystery Series. When a four-year-old autistic boy disappears on a camping trip, his mother is reluctant to involve the police. Instead, she calls in private investigator Dan Sharp after a ransom demand arrives. On investigating, Dan learns there are plenty of people who […]

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You Will Love What You Have Killed – queer coming of age revenge fantasy

posted Monday, October 26, 2020

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You Will Love What You Have Killed by Kevin Lambert is his debut novel, which has already won the Quebec booksellers’ prize. The children of Chicoutimi, Quebec, meet violent ends, then return to resume their lives. While the adults around them are absorbed in their own designs, the underage victims of infanticide, rape, and accidental […]

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“Out of the Woods” – a tale of the woods, secrets, and bisexuality

posted Monday, September 21, 2020

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After the disintegration of the most significant relationship of his life, the demons Luke Turner has been battling since childhood are quick to return – depression and guilt surrounding his identity as a bisexual man, experiences of sexual abuse, and the religious upbringing that was the cause of so much confusion. It is among the […]

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Plain Bad Heroines – horror-comedy tale about murderous lesbians

posted Wednesday, September 9, 2020

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Plain Bad Heroines (out just in time for Halloween, October 20th) is a highly imaginative and original horror-comedy centered around a cursed New England boarding school for girls—a wickedly whimsical celebration of the art of storytelling, sapphic love, and the rebellious female spirit. Written by emily m. danforth (The Miseducation of Cameron Post) and illustrated by […]

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The Imago Stage – novel is set in the past and not-too-distant future of Montreal

posted Tuesday, July 14, 2020

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A woman must emerge from the virtual world she’s created to confront her flesh-and-blood past and family. Growing up with a menacing drunk for a father and a grief-stricken mother, a girl spends her 1980s childhood staring at the television to escape the tension, depression, and looming violence that fill her suburban home. After winning […]

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