We’ve had a wealth of LGBTQ posts lately – so much is happening, my head spins.
From queer bashing to scouts … allies dying, allies alliances being analyzed, Jim Nabors got married at 82 to his partner, and the City seems to be flicking the switch to my website on and off and on again. But really … I’ve mostly been wrestling with the concept of allies. Should an ally be able to tell you that something is not gay bashing or homophobic?
The first is “Touch & Go” by Lisa Gardner. It is a detective/mystery novel with a female protagonist – my favorite kind. I can’t reveal anything until I post my review on February 8, but it has been a good read.
On deck is the book which just arrived, “A Good American” by Alex George. I opted in to this because its a multigenerational story about a German family settling in the US. Just like mine! Well, sort of … but close enough to capture my interest.
So I am being compensated to read and review. But the opinions are my own. Apparently, I need to come up with a better statement than that. (I’m also looking forward to resting my brain this weekend.)
Stay tuned …