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Saturday, May 21, 2011


Took longer than normal to read this book because I couldn’t take it to work.  I have one of those sensitive, “political correctness observed here” positions, so I didn’t dare have anything with the word “homophobe” in it in or around my office area.  Took me about a month to read of a couple of pages here and there before the lights went out for the night.
This book is a follow up to SANTA STEPS OUT, which you can read about here.

There’s so much going on here in the story of SANTA CLAUS CONQUERS THE HOMOPHOBES that I could not even begin to do it justice in a write-up. 

Suffice it to say that Santa DOES deal with homophobes here, the Easter Bunny is a nicer presence in book #2 and the Tooth Fairy is still a bee-yatch who has the strangest digestive tract of all. 

As with SANTA STEPS OUT, this book is NOT for everyone.  If you’re going to read it, then strap in and hang on for the ride.  Don’t try to rationalize it and don’t complain to the author.  You have to accept it for what it is.  Or not.

Mr. Devereaux informs me that he is presently working on the third book in the trilogy and that all three parts will be published in one, massive volume.  Don’t have a title yet for #3, but in the publishing biz, a lot of times publishers themselves change titles without notice, especially if it may help sell the book. 

SANTA CLAUS CONQUERS THE HOMOPHOBES is available for on-line order through Barnes & Noble and other internet stores. 

Saturday, May 14, 2011


A boyhood favorite that ran just over a year, I think.  Notice my child-like scrawl on the first page of the story.  Great Gold Key covers but kind of unimpressive artwork on the pages.