The woman who loves me lost both her parents. My mom lost a tooth when my father touched her with his fist, because the kitchen knife failed to hit her.
What does it mean to love both Jesus and the same sex? Throughout the past decade, homosexuality has become increasingly accepted in many Western circles, yet the tension between being religious and being gay remains.
“You don’t need all that noise, that constant hum in the background telling you whether or not you’re good enough. All you need is you, your friends, and your family. And you will find the right person for you, if that’s what you want – the one who respects your strength and beauty.”
In this compelling and heartfelt memoir, writer Molly McAleer chronicles the discovery of her father’s addiction and subsequent death, how true love saved her life and how she kind of sort of got tricked into going to rehab.
In his first book, author Jason Smith explores the depravity and desperation required to maintain an opiate addiction so fierce, he finds himself jumping continents to avoid jail time and learns the hard way that some demons cannot be outrun.…
“Okay, here’s one about my first girlfriend.”
Olivia Johnson needs to get a life. She hates her job, hasn’t seen her friends in ages, hasn’t had a date since university and has no idea what her purpose should be.
However, instead of traveling the globe, creating beautiful works of art, or sharing groundbreaking ideas with society, over the last 5 years I found myself spending months at a time drinking Bourbon out of a plastic bottle while playing Tony Hawk Pro Skater 4 on a PC.
It hasn’t been a full month since Corey Feldman’s autobiography Coreyography was released, but the book may just pull the rug out from beneath Marc Maron’s feet as the best memoir and, potentially, the best non-fiction book of 2013.
This is an excerpt from my first novel, called “The Young People Who Traverse Dimensions While Wearing Sunglasses,” which was the original title of ‘The Matrix’ when it came out in France. It’s about moving to another country to escape your problems, which is (apparently) a bad idea.