Entertainment :: Biography Reviews
To rid himself of his homophobia, a straight, conservative Christian lives undercover as a gay man. "The Cross in the Closet" documents Timothy Kurek’s journey from bigot to ally.
John Schwartz is a good dad. In fact, he isn’t just a good dad to an LGBT kid; he’s a good dad for any person facing adversity, young or old. His memoir attempts to answer the questions a family might face when discovering that their child is growing up
In a grand fashion, Cindy De La Hoz presents the complete scope of Elizabeth Taylor’s film career, a career spanning 60 years of filmmaking and encompassing more than 60 films.
It is the story of a woman who loses the love of her life and then goes to the end of her sanity to get him back.
Think you know Barbra Streisand? After reading William H. Mann’s new unauthorized bio about her earliest years as a professional entertainer, you’ll know -- and love -- her even more.
Ever since his death from AIDS, this deeply angry artist, whose work in film, on canvas and on the page still manages to incite controversy, has remained a mystery. Extensive research, personal experience & a critic’s eye reveal a tortured soul.
This is much more than Elton John’s memoirs; a personal response to the AIDS crisis that brings hope, education and a strong dose of reality to the existing global pandemic.
A father’s love for his daughter is so heartbreakingly apparent in "Amy, My Daughter" by Mitch Winehouse.
While "The Campaign Within" isn’t a perfect book, it’s an honest and humble account of a public servant-turned-CEO’s life and work to ensure a world that’s a little bit more fair for everyone.
Diane Keaton has written an epic of emotional quality. Her memoir, "Then Again" is ultimately unique.