Book Information

  • Series: Lorimer Real Love
  • Imprint: James Lorimer & Company Ltd., Publishers
  • Publication Date: 1 January 2022
  • Copyright Year: 2022
  • ISBN: 9781459416338
  • Page Count: 176
  • Dimensions: 5.3" x 7.5"
  • Interest ages: 13-18
  • Reading level: Grade 3

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Walk This Way

by Tony Correia

A romance about a teen who feels he has to hide the fact that he does drag to get a boyfriend.

Is it really love if you’re hiding who you are?

After countless hours, Josh has nailed the drag queen look. And he’s got the Instagram followers to prove it. His next step is to perform at Poodles, the neighbourhood drag show. But when he blurts out his intentions on his very first date, his date walks out on him. Josh isn’t going to make the same mistake with the next guy; clearly not all gay guys are accepting of the drag look. So when Josh finally meets someone he likes — and who likes him back! — he keeps that side of himself hidden. But for how long?

TONY CORREIA has worked as a waiter, bartender, bouncer, barista, receptionist and is a technical writer for a software company. His newspaper column, Queen’s Logic, ran in Xtra! West for five years. He is the author of the Lorimer Real Love novels Same Love, True to You and Prom Kings. His memoir Foodsluts at Doll & Penny’s Cafe was published in 2012. Tony lives in Vancouver, British Columbia.

About the Author

TONY CORREIA has worked as a waiter, bartender, bouncer, barista, receptionist and is a technical writer for a software company. His newspaper column, Queen’s Logic, ran in Xtra! West for five years. He is the author of the Lorimer Real Love novels Same Love, True to You and Prom Kings. His memoir Foodsluts at Doll & Penny’s Cafe was published in 2012. Tony lives in Vancouver, British Columbia.

Reviews

"The story’s lighthearted energy and zinger lines create a sitcom-esque vibe where every character is a little larger than life. There are a few poignant moments that add pathos without ruining the over-the-top vivacity. Readers will have a ball and may learn a little about LGBTQ+ history along the way."

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