Friday, December 10, 2010

Break Through CANDID GAY BIO--Great Counsel, Great Conversation/Debate Piece, Fantastic Reviews

REVIEWS:

"Poignant and inspiring, Living The Difference is an extraordinary if not courageous survival story of the modern age. Conquering the final frontier of bigotry and prejudice to live a life in authenticity, the author compels his reader to search his soul for his social responsibility and stand up for an extraordinary modern movement of equality. In this stirring novel, the author offers a new perspective initiating a paradigm shift in what we think we know and understand, and what truly is. An amazingly rich piece of literature, and a MUST READ in these tumultuous times of the right to live in genuine authenticity and recognition of equality for all mankind. " --Jessica Arent

"J.C. Knudson has done an amazing and outstanding job in his literary debut. It's a work filled with love, hate, joy, sorrow, and much more. Knudson takes us on a tour of his life that is filled with life-changing events that will keep you reading through the night. This is an excellent source for anyone wanting to learn about homosexuals and their many conflicts in society. It inspires liberation for anyone struggling with their identity or that of a loved one. This book joins others on the path for equal rights for homosexuals and other minority groups. Knudson is truly living the difference." --J.J. Thomas

"Knudson takes a very modern approach to the old fashioned 'coming of age' narrative. Picking up themes from 'Random Family' (Adrian Nicole LeBlanc) and 'Rules for Old Men Waiting' (Peter Pouncey), he breaks through and takes us through a fascinating journey no gay author has been able to capture to date." --Ryan Scott Scarola

http://www.prlog.org/10912636
http://outskirtspress.com/livingthedifference
http://youtu.be/M5w1cj_48bY?a

"Help me educate society on a topic so misunderstood; the time is now and the ignorance must stop, as well as the suicides among gay teens!"

                                                                   J.C. Knudson
 
(Parts of this post are from an earlier post)

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