Coming Out with Jazz Hands by Dean Francis Davis

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Herein you shall find a world saving gay hippy book, one which has been a mere thirty years in the making. Heartache, humdrum, hedonism and health scares have each played a major part in the creation of the first ever book of its kind.

This year, Dean Francis Davis – a failed rockstar, former music critic and, nowadays, a world saving blogger from Dublin – will share his collected wisdom with all of you disillusioned homosexuals of the planet in one nifty volume.

It follows a somewhat tumultuous, but thrilling period of writing and travelling, beginning in the beer-soaked streets of Ireland’s capital city, moving to the sun-swept hills of San Francisco, followed thereafter by an extended visit with the ever-fabulous New York before taking a sudden detour to the glorious shores of Costa del Sol, south of Spain. Many impulsive moves - and even more incredible adventures - provide the backdrop to just one gay hippy book.

Often infused with humour, occasionally tainted with sadness, but always packed with practical and inspirational advice for grumpy gays, Coming Out with Jazz Hands is a hippy-style self-help book with a twist; a psycho babble free zone, brimming with chuckle-heavy anecdotes from a life less ordinary than most.

Discover how a homosexual, arty-farty, freestyle-dancin’, rock’n’roll lovin’, new age hippy-style, working class, black woman stuck inside a white man managed to avoid those trappings of disillusionment that seem to haunt so many gay men and women today… and how you can do the same.

You will laugh, you will cry, you will pick up some new or long-forgotten curse words, but above all you will learn how to develop a thick-skinned resilience of your own. That’s what it’s all about folks; living life with clout or, at the very least, with a reliable pair of jazz hands.

About Dean Francis Davis

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Published June 6, 2011 135 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs. Non-fiction

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