Reading Safe E-books During Pandemic: 12 Fascinating Works of LGBTQ Non-Fiction; The Coronavirus Naked Challenge On TikTok; Ryan Field Books

Reading Safe E-books During Pandemic: 12 Fascinating Works of LGBTQ Non-Fiction

If you’ve been “hunkering” you might find this story interesting. I’m not even sure what “hunkering” means, but I’ve been seeing it a great deal all over the internet lately.

All hunker sarcasm aside, this article I’m linking to now talks about 12 works of non-fiction that deal with LGBTQ content.

Brush up on your LGBTQ history with this definitive collection of first-hand accounts, diary entries, periodic literature, and articles from LGBTQ magazines and newspapers that documented the years leading up to and immediately following the Stonewall riots.

I did check out the link to this one and it’s available in Kindle or Print version. In fact, I believe all but one are available as e-books, which obviously means no physical contact at all. 

I have to admit this is one more reason why I’m glad I only read e-books now. No coronavirus worries with e-books, no social distancing necessary, and I don’t have to leave self-quarantine to read something interesting. And that’s just to mention a few advantages to reading e-books over print books during a global pandemic. 

Here’s the link to more. 

The Coronavirus Naked Challenge On TikTok

I’ve been seeing this a lot on TikTok lately and I figured I would share. 

In these hilarious TikTok videos, people are getting naked, surprising their partners by stripping down naked and filming their reactions. 

You really can’t see the naked people and there is no nudity that’s NSFW. The person who gets naked films their partner’s reaction to them walking around naked. But their partner is fully clothed. It’s more about the reactions from the partners than the actual nudity.

You can check this out, here. 







“A wonderful story that I loved. The characters were well developed, and strong. Gus: A sweet young man. Doing something for all the wrong reasons. Craig: his boyfriend, he’ll go along with anything Gus say. Henry: Gus father a no nonsense man, who’s husband died last year. I enjoyed this story.”

Uncertainty by [Field, Ryan]

What readers said about “Altered Parts”
“Best Gay Novel In Years. This story will stay with you and you will feel you know every character and the beauty of their home in the mountains of North Carolina.”



Altered Parts by [Field, Ryan]


While the book is easily readable, it also addresses emotions stereotypes and relationships. I would have preferred it be 3 times as long and tragically most guys don’t find happy endings as depicted.. but in a short book, it provides food for thought, clarity and insight.. far more and better expressed than 99% of gay fiction . I don’t think it could have been done better.


Kendle's Fire by Ryan Field

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