Slow and steady wins the race.
But in spite of all of that, getting myself to settle for less has never been an option for me. The soul wants what it wants
At the age of 51, I finally understand who I am and what I am here to do. This didn't arrive in a great whooshing epiphany, more like bits and pieces of a puzzle coming together over a period of decades.
The closet seems like a vestige from a darker time. Many young LGBT people never experienced the repression, but there is an older generation of men who closed the door decades ago and now find themselves tentatively stepping out into a terrifying world. They often feel alone.
Crooner Billy Joel became a father again this past week when his 33-year-old wife, Alexis Roderick Joel, gave birth to a
A well-chosen cocktail cements the personality of the character, assigning motives, attitudes, and background with a simple sip. In my own Late Bloomers Series of contemporary romance, I have five women characters with distinct personalities, and each one has her own favorite drink.
We govern ourselves to accommodate fear rather than accomplish dreams. Hence, when opportunity presents itself (later than expected), those who ask when don't capitalize on chance. However, for the late bloomers, the opportunity is never too late.
I watched my entire book group and two sets of friends get pregnant before I ever watched my belly swell.
By writing directly in the voice of an older, gay Caribbean man, Bernardine Evaristo, who's British-Nigerian and a woman, has executed an extraordinary act of ventriloquism that crosses gender boundaries as well as racial, cultural, sexual and linguistic differences.
Our jaws literally hit the floor when we heard that our favorite eternal bachelor, George Clooney, was single no more, after