Bestsellers at OutLoud!

Men’s Fiction

Light Before Day , by Christopher Rice – A magazine reporter becomes embroiled in a Hollywood murder mystery in Rice’s third thriller.

Scrub Match , by Bill Eisele – Two men find love in this tale of bi-racial dating and basketball.

One Night Stand , by Ben Tyler – A sunny spin on the rent-boy business fills this sex-filled rags to riches tale.

In Search of Pretty Young Black Men , by Stanley Bennett Clay – A wickedly funny look at love, sex and desire among Southern California ’s black elite.

The Book of Joe , by Jonathan Tropper – A novelist returns to his hometown, fifteen years after savaging everything about it in print.


Women’s Fiction

Dawn of Change , by Gerri Hill – Susan unexpectedly finds a friend near her family’s secluded cabin. Will she forsake her family for this chance at love?

The Kookaburra Gambit: A Kylie Kendall Mystery, by Claire McNab – Someone is smuggling opals to the U.S. inside Australian plush toys. Kylie battles televangelists and A-list celebs to find out who.

The Sacred Shore , by Jennifer Fulton – Three love stories converge in Book III of the Moon Island Series.

Distant Shores , Silent Thunder, by Radclyffe – Reunited lovers test the boundaries of love, friendship and the ties that transcend time after a near-fatal tragedy.

Abby’s Passion, by Jackie Calhoun – Passion, romance and mental health converge in this tale from Calhoun.



Ellen: The Real Story, by Kathleen Tracy – This biography traces the life of Ellen from childhood in Louisiana through her new relationship with Portia de Rossi.

Dyke Drama: Your Guide to Getting Out Alive , by Leslie Lange – Charts the evolution as it passes from dating down through breakups.

Name All the Animals, by Alison Smith – The memoir of a family clinging to the memory of a lost child, and of a young woman struggling to define herself.

Queer Facts: The Greatest Gay & Lesbian Trivia Book Ever…, by Michelle Baker & Stephen Tropiano – Film buffs already know what the Hays Code was. The rest of us have to look on page 114.

Tweakers: How Crystal Meth is Ravaging Gay America , by Frank Sanello – Fact: Crystal-meth abuse is reaching epidemic levels among gay men, with 1/3 of new HIV cases caused by the decreased mental capacity caused by the drug.



Queer As Folk: The Complete Fourth Season – Follows the continuing drama of a group of gay friends and lovers in Pittsburgh .

Sordid Lives – Olivia Newton-John and Delta Burke headline this twisted, white-trash hit movie.

The L Word: The Complete First Season – This humor-laced dramatic series explores the lives of a group of lesbians, their friends, family and neighbors.

Testosterone – This dark film noir comedy finds Dean obsessed with finding his hot lover, Pablo, who went out for cigarettes and never came back.

Gone But Not Forgotten – After a hiking accident, two men – one with amnesia – fall in love and soon discover the truth about the accident.

Photo courtesy of Joe Eats World

Slane Irish Whiskey bottles

Disclaimer: My trip was provided courtesy of a press trip but all opinions about the trip and events are my own. Please note there are affiliate links and at no additional cost to you, I may earn a commission if you make a purchase.

Keep reading Show less
Photo by Tim Mossholder on Unsplash

Mental Health for LGBTQ+ Aging Adults

Queer elders have made a big impact on the world. Queer folks over the age of 65 were around during the Stonewall Movement in the 1960s and may have even campaigned to improve the rights and freedoms of LGBTQ+ people around the world.

But, as queer elders enter later life, they may need to find new ways to protect and preserve their mental health.

Keep reading Show less
Photo courtesy of Erkin Athletics

B37 Massage Gun Review

Disclaimer: This product has been tested and reviewed by our writer and any views or opinions are their own. Please note there are affiliate links and at no additional cost to you, we may earn a commission if you make a purchase.

Keep reading Show less