This is one of those short posts that will explain why I'll never be one of those popular bloggers, like the dudes who write blog posts with titles like, "What Was Your All Time Favorite Book?" or "Do You Think You Have What It Takes To Be An Overnight Sensation?" The odds of me ever having a writing contest here are slim to none. And I think linking to an array of other articles on the web in one blog post is just lazy blogging. And let's face it, posts about querying literary agents is so last Friday my face hurts just thinking about them (describe the damn book; give your contact info; if they don't like it move on to another agent and try again...easy-peasey).
But when I do find something I think is genuinely interesting, I share it here. And there's this new book out titled, Gay, Straight, and the Reason Why: The Science of Sexual Orientation, by Simon LeVey. I haven't read the book yet, but I intend to when I have more time.
Here's the link to amazon for hardcover. And here's the e-book link.