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The Curious Case of Winter King

It’s 1968, and Winter King is a young man with an exceptional paranormal talent for healing. Michael Westfield is a scientist charged by the government with capturing and bringing Winter in for examination. When Michael realizes the military wants Winter only to weaponize his power regardless of the consequences, his priorities shift.
And when they discover Winter isn’t the government’s only target, Michael and Winter band together to free the others and find somewhere they can hide from a government bent on hunting them down. Their plan takes them across the country from the Haight in San Francisco to Fancy Gap, a small town in Virginia where others with talents similar to Winter’s are being held against their will.
Along the way, they touch the lives of ordinary people with King’s extraordinary power and find an unexpected love growing between them that makes the success of their journey even more vital. Because if they fail, their love is not the only thing in jeopardy.

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Butt Ninjas From Hell

Porn stars, holy emissaries, demons, and even just plain humans—ninjas come in all forms and from all kinds of Hell in this erotically charged comedic Wilde City anthology! Whether it’s the world of second-rate television, fluttering ninja stars, obsessions over a bronzy-olive toned soldier, or magic backsides, your authorial guides will take you where few readers have ever dared to go…without protection.

Kage Alan, JP Barnaby, Ally Blue, TC Blue, Shae Connor, Jevocas Green, Kiernan Kelly and Eden Winters bring you…Butt Ninjas from Hell

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Hollywood Stars and How They Came Out

Even though society is becoming more accepting to individuals who are open about who they truly are. Being gay is nothing individuals should be ashamed of. One of the things society does to determine how they should react to this kind of announcement is to look toward celebrities. Over the years, there have been many celebrities that have come out as gay, helping others in society to be more accepting.
In August 2013, Raven-Simone, who had previously made no mention of her sexuality, came out to her fans and the general public through the public avenue of Twitter. In her Tweet, she expressed joy over the fact that she was now allowed to get married. After this revelation, she spoke with E! News about her excitement over the fact that gay marriage has been gaining ground across the country, furthering equal rights for everyone.
Matt Bomer
Star of "White Collar," Matt Bomer came out subtly in his acceptance speech at the 2012 Steve Chase Humanitarian Awards. In his acceptance speech, he thanked his incredible family, which includes his partner, Simon Halls, and three children. He also called his family his "proudest accomplishment," showing his appreciation for what he has in life.
Anderson Cooper
Current host of a popular CNN news program, Anderson Cooper, has long been surrounded by rumors that he is gay. Instead of coming out in a public way, he did so through an email to his good friend, Andrew Sullivan, who is also a journalist. This email expressed his level of comfort with who he is, showing others it's okay to come out. Mr. Sullivan then wrote about it in his blog. This put an end to any speculation. Anderson is one of the most reconziable faces of CNN and of journalists in general. CNN is a cable network, which you can subscribe to using www.saveontvdirect.com.
Amber Heard
Some individuals deny who they are because they fear the backlash from society. Amber Heard, actress, felt differently, though. She came out in 2010 during the GLADD's 25th anniversary party. She expressed her displeasure with the idea of denying who you are. She feels a denial comes from a feeling that what you are doing is wrong, and being gay is not wrong.
Chris Colfer
Glee star, Chris Colfer, came out in 2009 when he appeared on the "Chelsea Lately Show." During the show, he expressed that both his character and his real-life persona are gay. Chelsea praised him for being upfront about who he is, giving others who are nervous about coming out to family and friends hope that everything will be okay in the end. This is just the example the average person needs.
David Hyde Pierce
David Hyde Pierce is best known for his role of Niles on the television show "Frasier." While he remained low key about his sexuality for many years, he chose to come out more subtly than most. His "big" coming out consisted of a brief mention of his partner, Brian Hargrove, in an article that appeared on CNN. He also talked about the fact on "The View."
Coming out as gay no longer carries the stigma that it once did. The way individuals are coming out has also changed in recent years. Today, there is no need to come out with major fanfare. Instead, a quiet approach is often the preferred method, showing that being gay is a normal part of life.

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