Chadrick admits that sometimes his parties stink and one Christmas gift could have helped this year. But (hee hee) now the toilet humor door is busted open and somehow the two can’t seem to get out of the bathroom talk. Just be thankful you’re not getting gifts from either of the two. You’ll pray to get incense, frankincense and myrrh forever after this chat.
Oh, and Kris comes out of the author closet.
Happy Holidays to all celebrating. To those not, go find something to celebrate and we’ll see you next time!
Kris Cook is off again and so the show goes off the rails ... again. Chadrick substitutes Kris with the author's own mother and tries to make her blush. He's still trying as Mama Lana holds her own to talk about what a great little angel of an author she has -- an angel whose big head took over 3 hours to get through her nether regions to come into this world. We didn't ask. Chadrick did.
The time is getting near. Chadrick's holiday festivities are well underway but all that good cheer will turn into anguish if you don't heed one simple warning from Chadrick.
Kris welcomes Denise Milano-Sprung, a friend of the show who co-hosts a blog called Shh, Mom’s Reading (shhmoms.com) which is described as "a book blog run by two Moms who find their sanity in books." Yup, moms read gay romance too!
Denise also has another passion. She is an advocate for mental health. A touching, personal event changed her life and now Denise is out to honor a loved one and remove the stigma that burdens others with mental health issues.
Kris chats with Rocco Paone (R. Paone to his fans), a new author to the gay romance scene who Kris met through the Romance Out Loud Facebook page! Rocco is crafting several books about gay romantic experiences under his Only If series. He's put a little of his own experiences into his books and mixes in some intrigue and sexual passion to come up with some great reads.
For Chadrick, it’s more like what if? as he goes down a very dark and perverted universe where characters in old sitcoms get it on. The question shouldn’t be what if? but WTF?