I had the pleasure of interviewing Colton Haynes about his new memoir Miss Memory Lane. The full piece is at Pride.com and a link will appear below the excerpt.
I’ve watched Colton for a long time and always knew he had something deep and troubling inside of him. The book itself isn’t polished and it sort of defies genre, but it sticks with you and lingers in your mind. Colton has made himself vulnerable and open to critique, judgement and hopefully support.
The book is available now wherever books are sold, the audiobook is forthcoming. Check it out, you won’t be disappointed.
This Friday, March 25th, the bride market will once again be open in London. Dozens of debutantes will vie for a husband thus establishing themselves in the Mayfair elite. Netflix’s Bridgerton has detailed the dalliances and dramas of Regency romance. From royal intrigue and meddling ma-mas to ever-watching eyes and salacious gossip, the folks at Mayfair have a lot more than marriage to think about.
How on earth are they to relieve any stress?
That stress often culminates into passionate, wild, and sometimes regrettable romps. From the promise-breaking to the pull-outs, we rank season 1 of Bridgerton’s sex scenes from worst to first!
Where do I even start? First off, I have been predicting that the Teen Wolf movie will never see the light literally since the first time it was mentioned just after the finale. And the situation with Arden Cho only helps fuel the fire. The thing is that generally speaking, I’m not against a Teen Wolf movie. Give me an animated adventure and I’m down! But there are three things that hamper my excitement:
Horror films have always terrified and thrilled us, but for some audience members there has been something lacking when it comes to representation on screen. The horror genre has long been dominated by white men with mainly white women playing limited roles of the femme fatale or the helpless victim.