"A realistic and amusing look at LGBT issues in a modern world.... The writing was flawless.... a brilliant showcase on how to create a great manuscript." - Awesome Indies
"Woodstock author Boris sets her latest comedy of manners, errors, and unmannerly errors in Manhattan's political and media circles. Joshua Goldberg just came out and quit his political job. His beloved, TV producer Charlie Trager, is eager for their real lives to begin. They'll have to hurdle more than a few excruciating barriers first in this funny, touching tale, third of Boris's linked Trager novels." - Chronogram
About the Author
Laurie Boris is a freelance writer, editor, proofreader, and former graphic designer. She has been writing fiction for over twenty-five years and is the award-winning author of five novels: The Joke's on Me, Drawing Breath, Don't Tell Anyone, Sliding Past Vertical, and Playing Charlie Cool. When not hanging out with the universe of imaginary people in her head, she enjoys baseball, cooking, reading, and helping aspiring novelists as a contributing writer and editor for IndiesUnlimited.com. She lives in New York's lovely Hudson Valley.