He’s Back!

Ok, sorry for the terrible management of my website, which hasn't been updated since the Carter administration. But here we are, with time on our hands due to the pandemic, so it looks new, smells…

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More Endorsements of INSIDE THE HOTEL RWANDA

"There is no more insightful way to understand the truth and complexity of genocide than through the eyes that lived through it day by agonizing day. Edouard Kayihura shines a light with integrity,…

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Endorsements for “INSIDE THE HOTEL RWANDA: The Surprising True Story and Why It Matters Today” by Edouard Kayihura and Kerry Zukus

“I will never forget the eight days my family and I spent in hiding at Hotel des Milles Collines. I was only 13 at the time, but I remember like it was yesterday. Twenty years later, it’s important…

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How Much Does a Ghostwriter Cost?

I’d like to take credit for this one, but I heard it from another ghostwriter and decided to appropriate it and regurgitate it my own inimitable fashion. To the original author: Thank you, whoever…

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Forget the Sex Museum (for now). Come to the Bronx

Change of plans. I will still to be Between the Covers (hell, I'm ALWAYS there as it is), but the reading for Nov. 1 at the Museum of Sex in NYC has been postponed. In its place (well, sorta. It was…

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Come See Me “Between the Covers” on Nov. 1

Riverdale Avenue Books Partners with the Museum of Sex for “Between the Covers” Erotic Reading Series Monthly Series Features Best-Selling Authors and Signature Dirty Word Raffle Riverdale Avenue…

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From the Harvard Club to Hell and Back

I lived in Boston for eight glorious years. Had to be dragged kicking and screaming from the place, I loved it so. At least a thousand times I passed by a virtual castle: The Harvard Club on…

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Dear Penthouse

Dear Penthouse, I never believed your letters were real, but then one day something happened to me that I just had to write to you about. I wrote a memoir with Seka, the Platinum Princess of Porn.…

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Everyone Should Have a Seka Week

I'm exhausted. I've got three (count 'em) THREE books being released within one year and all three received much of my attention this week. First, I was in Boston Wednesday, sneaking past the…

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