New Details On Jussie Smollett Case; Golden Girls Theme Cruise; More On West Hollywood’s Ed Buck; Sleepless In San Francisco by Ryan Field

New Details On Jussie Smollett Case

I almost hate to post about this because it changes so often…sometimes by the hour.

However, there have been a few new pieces of information released about the alleged hate crime attack on Jussie Smollett, and so far they are up to date.

Two Nigerian brothers have been arrested in connection to the attack on Jussie Smollett, Chicago police confirmed Friday.

Here’s the link. They give a good, full rundown on the entire case. Just be cautious with this story, in general. The piece I’m linking to now is accurate, but I’ve seen more than a few that weren’t. 


Golden Girls Theme Cruise

I have never been a huge fan of cruises. I love to travel, but on my own terms. And just the thought of being trapped on a big boat all that time makes me wonder. I can live without hearing cruise singers. I’m not a huge fan of eating tons of food either. I eat to live, I don’t live to eat. And I don’t like being told what to do when I’m traveling. However, this Golden Girls cruise even looks good to me. 

The cruise will embark on February 24, 2020 and will make stops at Key West and Cozumel, Mexico before returning to port on Feb 29. A cabin will cost approximately $1000 per person.

Here’s more. It really is amazing to see the Golden Girls fandom just continue to grow all these years later.  I wonder if Betty White will be there.

More On West Hollywood’s Ed Buck

I’ve posted about this guy before. He’s an ‘activist’ and a large donor to the Democratic party. He lives in West Hollywood, and the reason he’s been making news is because two gay men died in his home at different times over the course of 18 months. 

I’m not posting any excerpts because there’s already too much speculation. You can read more about it, here. 



Reader Reviews: 

“I read a lot of Ryan’s books, but really loved this one. The main character reminded me of someone… read it and see.”

“The extras made the story: the Labrador retriever, the ten year old son, the best friend, and even the new house needing renovation.”
Sleepless in San Francisco by [Field, Ryan ]

It is hard to believe that it’s been 25 years since the classic romance Sleepless in Seattle warmed the hearts of theatergoers. Best-selling M/M author Ryan Fields, gives us his unique reinterpretation of this classic theme with Sleepless in San Francisco.

When young Noah Richardson sends an email to the producers of the home renovation show Dream Away, he has no idea that the host of the show, Jonathan Haynes, will be intrigued and touched by his sad story. Noah, his recently-widowed father, and their black lab, Tucker, have relocated to San Francisco to start a fresh new life and heal their wounds. And their new house is in dire need of renovation.

Jonathan Haynes is desperate to find an interesting house to film for the show. So he gets on a plane and flies to San Francisco the day after he reads Noah’s email. But Jonathan soon finds out that Noah’s father, Ed doesn’t know about Noah’s email and he has to convince him to do the show. The fact that Ed and Jonathan wind up on the living room floor having passionate sex during their first meeting doesn’t help.

Ed finally agrees to do the show. By the time construction begins, Ed and Jonathan can’t get enough of each other. They start having secret encounters to satisfy their desires, never realizing they are building a solid relationship at the same time.

Then a series of events takes control of their lives and changes them all forever. Ed’s not sure what to do. He’s in love with Jonathan, and he can’t get enough of Jonathan’s body. But he feels guilty about starting a new relationship with anyone. So he wrestles with the conflict and begs for a sign to help him decide what to do, which leads to a surprise ending that none of them could have predicted.






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