“Holding onto bitterness is like drinking poison and expecting the other person to die.”
What do you do when your engagement to the man who you thought was the one falls through? (A) Seek Revenge, (B) Hire a hitman, or (C) Cry into a Cosmopolitan cocktail in front of your close friends at a bar. Going with option (C), Allister decides right then and there to start over, leaving behind the dismal past of his last relationship. The only dilemma standing in the way is the bitterness attitude his ex stained him with. How does one wear rose colored glasses when you see the world so cynically?
Setting a year aside for himself, the plan was simple…openly embark his new chapter selfishly hoping that one day the grass does end up greener on the other side of the fence. Dive into Allister’s collection of witty essays, confessions, & diaries in his journey to letting go of what once was and embracing what could be.
Maybe losing yourself is the cure to being found.
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"BEING GOOD IS OVERRATED. WICKED ON THE OTHER HAND...SIMPLY DELICIOUSLY"
Cutting your friends from your life and treating guys as Ken Dolls may seem like an easy task to achieve...WRONG! It’s harder than you realize. Especially when you live in small city where the gay community consists of only a hundred people. So you’re bound to run into drama.
Recently single, Allister finds himself at a crossroad. Try the dating scene again hoping to find a better guy who won’t take him for granted or dip into the hook-up scene feeding his inner sex god.
In this collection of witty essays, confessions, & diaries Allister finds out what it means to act merely on pleasurable lust, coming face to face with a monster in the dark, and accepting Capricorn flaws as strengths.
Move over Carrie Bradshaw. There’s a new gay in the city.
Meet the author
Born and raised in Nevada—a place that should also be called Hell—Allister grew up on a steady diet; Sex and the City, Devil Wears Prada, Jen Lancaster, & Queer as Folk. His first love was photography, however became bedeviled with writing.
Dipping into editorial first, Aries was built. This was a magazine for the everyday gay man. Ranging from how to excel at your job to sharpen your intimate side. Running the magazine for two years, it was time to take his writing a step further.