Kickstarter Campaign For New Line of Classic TV Guide Books; Aaron Carter’s Tattoo Artist Refused To Tattoo Carter’s Entire Face; Ryan Field Books

Kickstarter Campaign For New Line of Classic TV Guide Books

Riverdale Ave Books in NYC is starting a new line of books and a kickstarter campaign. From what I gather, the books are non-fiction and each one will encompass a detailed summary and analysis of classic, popular TV shows. The kinds of shows people love to binge watch. I think it’s a good idea. I can’t tell you how often we’ve been binge watching a TV show and we go directly to google to find out some detail about the show.

The first book in the series is The Binge Watcher’s Guide to Dr. Who. 

This is the first fancentric book about this popular 56 year-running television show that has riveted science fiction audiences for three generations! Riverdale Avenue Books is starting this 13-book series with a look at the 13th Doctor, played by Jodie Whittaker, the first female Doctor in the show’s five-decade history.

We are thrilled to have noted Whovian Mackenzie Flohr bringing this guide to you. An award-winning novelist in her own right, she has been a fan of Doctor Who for as long as she can remember and lists it as the main source of inspiration for her first novel, The Rite of Wands. Mackenzie has become somewhat of an expert, having been a regular speaker at multiple conferences and podcasts for the show.

Here’s the link where you can read more about it.  Also from what I gather, the books will be highly opinionated.

Aaron Carter’s Tattoo Artist Refused To Tattoo Carter’s Entire Face

This was trending earlier this week and I wasn’t really paying much attention to it. Apparently, Carter wanted his entire face tattooed and the artist decided to evaluate the whole situation, ultimately refusing to continue.

“Before I tattoo anyone, I take into consideration their mental state,” Carrasco tells TMZ. “In Aaron’s case, I assessed the situation and I genuinely felt he was in a good place mentally to get tattooed.”

Here’s the link to more. I’m not one of those judgmental people when it comes to these things. If someone wants their face tattooed I’m fine with that. But like the artist said, they have to be in the right frame of mind. These things are permanent. With that said, there’s a photo and I actually love the facial tattoos the artist did give Carter.

How to be a Good Gay Bottom

How to Be a Good Gay Bottom by [Field, Ryan]

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