Alec Baldwin Doesn't Love Me & Other Trials of My Queer Life
What can you expect from a kid who packs his toys for the Second Coming, insults the woman whose life inspired The Sound of Music, and fears that the host of Romper Room is out to get him? In the case of Michael Thomas Ford, you can expect a wild ride through a very strange life filled with one surprise after another. Sometimes irreverent, sometimes thought-provoking, always wickedly funny, Ford takes on everything from the horrors of shopping and the search for a gay gene to Martha Stewart dependency and Alec Baldwin's chest.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - jaimelesmaths - LibraryThing
Ford is a very funny writer. I like to think that, if Dave Barry were gay, this is the kind of stuff he would turn out. It was also very refreshing to read a gay writer who discussed stereotypes ... Read full review