Friday, March 12, 2010

March 13th 2010 - In Review

John Curtis Holmes passed away 22 years ago from AIDS-related complications; he was in his 44th year. During the last few years of his life, John decided to record portions of his life story on audio-tape. The back cover of our book has a partial quote from John that illustrates his idea of how we might perceive one another after we pass over to the other side. John's conception became a piece that he eventually put into words when recording thoughts for his memoirs. He titled it, 'The Monkey Tree': “The tree of life represents the roots of man. The branches are the different directions a man can take, live or exist. When you’re dead, those that you leave behind will put you in a part of that tree. It represents what was, what is and what will be. It’s eternal.” — John Holmes ~ RIP John

In January 2009, Jennifer and I attended the Adult Entertainment Expo in Las Vegas. During the course of our stay, we met with several media members and participated in discussions about our book. Mike (Snowman), from 'Raincoat Reviews', recently uploaded our interview to his website. Please listen here:

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