Friday, April 22, 2016

Another Fun TP: Kyle's Bed & Breakfast: Without Reservations

For a great read, check out the fourth trade paperback in the LGBT comic series "Kyle's Bed and Breakfast: Without Reservations." Greg Fox is an incredible writer and artist who brings to life the many characters of Kyle's Bed and Breakfast. This paperback came out in October 2015.

The setting is a Bed and Breakfast in New York, owned by a 30 something gay man named Kyle, who runs this  gay bed and breakfast. He has long-term renters and people who come and go. There are so many great characters and situations that many gay men can identify with and relate to and you'll really get involved in their lives. I love reading Kyle's B and B and seeing what the characters can get into next. 

In this collection you'll read about Kyle's assistant coaching of an olympic skater who insisted making a statement, Drew and Lance learning to trust each other, Richard's brother, and a great new 80 year old character, Rudy. Once you start reading the series, you'll want to get all of the paperbacks!!!

I can't wait for the NEXT collection to come out. 

This series takes comic strips through 2014. For the most recent comic strips, you can find them on-line at:
kylesbnb.blogspot.com/

ABOUT THIS BOOK: It's easy to see why thousands of readers have been swept up into the captivating saga of the B&B boys in this, the fourth volume in the series. Set in the picturesque New England-style harbor town of Northport, (a real town, located on the rocky north shore of Long Island), the men of Kyle's B&B have returned for more drama, romance, laughter, intrigue, suspense, and, (sometimes), sheer wackiness. Closeted baseball player Brad... cool, calculating businessman Lance... party boy gossip Richard... hardworking college student Eduardo... and B&B owner Kyle, the calm at the center of the emotional maelstrom. Although the series runs as a biweekly comic strip, (published online and syndicated to LGBT print publications across North America), this collection reads more like a graphic novel, with interwoven, ongoing storylines sure to be of spellbinding interest to both men & women, gay & straight readers alike. Containing several years' worth of episodes, (in which new characters such as Olympic figure skater Michael, octogenarian Rudy, and southern musclebear sensation Drew are introduced), this volume also includes a 7-page all-new story sure to enthrall readers. Happily, it isn't necessary to have read prior volumes in the series... new readers can jump right into the story here with ease, in what is possibly the best volume in the series so far. Lushly illustrated in full-color, this is one B&B you'll want to return to again and again!

About the Author

Greg Fox is the artist/writer of the comic strip "Kyle's Bed & Breakfast", currently syndicated to a variety of LGBT publications across North America, Fox has published four collections of Kyle's B&B, the first of which was a Lambda Literary Award Finalist, and a collection of figure drawings, "Kyle's B&B Presents: Drawings of Drew" featuring Kyle's B&B character Drew Danvers. Fox currently resides in Northport, Long Island, New York, busily working on new episodes of Kyle's B&B, and several other book projects for Sugar Maple Press.

Gift/Memorial Suggestions

Several of our friends have lost loved ones (human and pets) and we found that one of the best ways to honor their memory is to give to an animal charity.
What better way to recognize a life of love, than by giving another life a chance for love?
We donate to many animal rescues, but because we volunteer with
DC Weimaraner Rescue and Coast-to-Coast Dachshund Rescue, those are our 2 favorites.
Consider giving the chance of life to a dog or cat.

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