Michael Thomas Ford
Michael Thomas Ford is the author of more than fifty books in genres ranging from humor to horror, literary fiction to nonfiction. His work for adult readers includes the best-selling novels What We Remember, Changing Tides, Full Circle, Looking for It and Last Summer, and his five essay... show more
Michael Thomas Ford is the author of more than fifty books in genres ranging from humor to horror, literary fiction to nonfiction. His work for adult readers includes the best-selling novels What We Remember, Changing Tides, Full Circle, Looking for It and Last Summer, and his five essay collections in the "Trials of My Queer Life" series. As a writer for young adults he is the author of Suicide Notes and Z (forthcoming in 2010), and under the name Isobel Bird he wrote the popular "Circle of Three" series. In 2009 he signed a 3-book deal with Random House for a series featuring Jane Austen as a modern-day vampire. The first book in the series, Jane Bites Back, will be published in January, 2010. His work has been nominated for 11 Lambda Literary Awards, twice winning for Best Humor Book and twice for Best Romance Novel. He was also nominated for a Horror Writers Association Bram Stoker Award (for his novel The Dollhouse That Time Forgot) and a Gaylactic Spectrum Award (for his short story "Night of the Werepuss").
Birth date: October 01, 1968
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It's epic in time span and history, hitting many 20th century touchstones of gay life in America. It's intimate in following the lives of Ned, Jack and Andy. These are your everyman men who we observe navigating their lives, loving and caring for one another, and figuring what this life means.
I was not expecting a lot of this book to turn out the way it did, and I like that. Jeff starts out seemingly confused. He has no clue why he is here and holds to that line for quite some time. As he starts making friends with those around him, the ones he considered oh-so-crazy, we start to peel ...
AudibleIt pains me a lot to rate this book under 4 stars - yes, because in spite of my personal issues with the story, I can't complain about the writing style - but for me [b:What We Remember|3097603|What We Remember|Michael Thomas Ford|https://d.gr-assets.com/books/1348869639s/3097603.jpg|3128758]...
Well, it kept me entertained even if it had it's annoyances. It picked up for me about halfway through. Lucy was my favorite character. She was fun! Jane, well, a bit boring. I hated, HATED the Charlotte Bronte twist. [spoiler] Why can't two beautiful, sweet women who were definitely living in...
4,5 stars!Another great book from Michael Thomas Ford, one of my favourite authors by now. With a fabulous voice of Blake Somerset, one of my favourite narrators in the meantime. The main idea of this book for me is expressed in the very last quote:We all looking for something. And some of us are lu...