Everyone has a closet and a time to come out of it.
Richmond, Virginia (PRWEB) December 04, 2013
A closet is a dark, closed space designed to keep things out of sight. A place where nothing grows. Nothing changes. When the closet is personal, the challenge to come out is extraordinary. Ask anyone who needs to tell family they're gay. Or wants a divorce. Has cancer. Or is afraid of failure. An emotional closet is just as dark and confining as its physical counterpart, and often more difficult to clean. Finding the courage to come out of that closet and initiate difficult discussions requires strength and a good support network. A friend. Someone who knows how to come out in the most entertaining way possible. A Fag.
B MacGregor's debut novel, "A Fag for Her Fifties" is the transformative story of Beulah Mae Osguard who desperately wants out of her fifty year old closet -- a boring and monotonous existence in the small town of Perfection, Iowa. Inspired by a San Francisco Gay Pride news video, she is convinced only a gay man can help her change. In a desperate Craigslist plea, the heroine asks, “If you’re a Fag reading this, all you have to do is change me and give me something to look forward to. Give me hope. There it is. Not so hard.” Beulah Mae’s desperate plea is fulfilled when B, a bankrupt children’s author, answers her ad, moves to Perfection, and transforms her into Charity - a strong, self-confident woman not afraid of her life.
At the heart of the novel is a strong, contemporary friendship. The timing could not be better according to MacGregor's publisher, Lori Lott, at AnyWho Editions. “Society is celebrating the emotional courage associated with coming out.”
"A Fag for Her Fifties" motivates readers to open their closets and live loud and proud. MacGregor penned the novel to emphasize his pride as a gay man, willing to stand up for being the best he can be. His unique style weaves a fabulous spin on a classic fairy tale into each chapter, creating an entertaining adventure of self-discovery. "Being a Fag empowers change. It takes strength to come out of the closet and resolve to redefine a hateful word,” he said.
"A Fag for Her Fifties" is available in both print and electronic editions. E-books can be purchased at Amazon, Barnes and Noble, iBooks Store and other venues. To purchase a print edition directly or to find a bookstore, visit AnyWho Edition's website.
"It is the perfect book for any woman who is finding herself separate from her former life as wife/mother/housekeeper/jack of all trades, master of none. It was the perfect gift for my 50th birthday as I work on changing my focus and giving birth to myself," commented Teresa.
"Beautiful and Fabulous. It is an entertaining reminder of the importance to live our lives, love and laugh," Amy wrote upon finishing the read.
ForeWord Reviews states, “‘It’s never too late to change,’ the author stresses, pointing to his own decision to ‘take on’ the word ‘fag,’ never one of his favorites, and not only use it, but glorify it, in his new novel. And that he does, in all sorts of creative permutations: Fag-A-Pendous, Fag-Tabulous, Fag-Rentious, and even Super-Fag-Alicious are sprinkled liberally throughout, reinforcing the message that the word is not to be feared but, rather, celebrated."
Contact Lori Lott, Publisher, AnyWho Editions at firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange an interview with B MacGregor, to obtain high-resolutions images, and for additional information. Review copies available upon request.
Title: A Fag for Her Fifties – A Fabulous Fairy Tale
Book Site: afagforherfifties.com
Author: B MacGregor
Author Site: bmacgregorauthor.com
Publisher: AnyWho Editions
Company Site: anywhoeditions.com
Contact: Lori Lott, Publisher
Print ISBN: 978-0-9833058-2-8
E-Book ISBN: 978-0-9833058-3-5
Page Count: 262
Retail Price: $17.95 (print), $8.99 (electronic)
Release Date: September 30, 2013
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