Kyle's Bed & Breakfast by Greg Fox

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Welcome to Kyle's Bed and Breakfast, where you never need a reservation. It's a cozy spot with a fireplace, a view, plenty of drama, laughter, romance, insanity, warmth...and some hot guys raiding the fridge in their briefs. Who could ask for more? Greg Fox's wildly popular comic strip, syndicated in magazines and newspapers across the country - and now finally collected in one volume - has won a legion of devoted fans who never miss a chance to check in with the guys in the house: Kyle - owner and operator, he's got a mysterious past and a 24/7 job just trying to keep the peace amongst the diverse array of guests walking through his doors; Brad - Rising star of a minor league baseball team, this hunky player is in the closet and still working on coming to terms with being gay...including losing his virginity; Richard - he means well, but wherever he goes, this part-time Club DJ and full-time Gossip Maven/Fashion Disaster instigates drama simply by walking into the room; Lance - high-rolling advertising executive too wrapped up in his job for a serious relationship, and he's been known to close deals in both the boardroom and the bedroom; Eduardo - he may be young, but he's seen a lot for his age. Kicked out by his parents, he's living at the B and B trying to get his life on track, which is harder than it looks.

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Greg Fox began making comics at 12 years old, publishing his first strip at age 14 in his high school newspaper and continuing to illustrate and write comic strips through high school and college. He received a B.A. from Geneseo College in upstate New York. Immediately following college, he played guitar in several New York-based rock bands, but then jumped into doing comics full-force. His illustration work has appeared in comic books for a number of companies, including Triumphant Comics, and Marvel Comics, and in magazines such as Blue, the Advocate, Genre, and many others. He is also the writer/artist for such comic strips as "Manic Music," (based on his experience in the rock music world), and "An Angel's Story." Fox's most notable comic strip, "Kyle's Bed & Breakfast," premiered in late 1998. The strip is currently syndicated to a variety of publications across North America, and also has a worldwide following on the web. Fox published the first book collection of Kyle's B&B in September, 2004. The book was a Lambda Literary Award Finalist for "Best Humor Book" of the year in 2005. He was the grand-prize winner of the "Life Without Fair Courts" cartoon contest in 2007, sponsored by Lambda Legal. A second collection of Kyle's B&B, "Kyle's Bed & Breakfast: A Second Bowl of Serial" was published in April, 2012. A new edition of the first volume of Kyle's B&B was published by Sugar Maple Press in November, 2012. The third volume collection of the comic strip, "Kyle's Bed & Breakfast: Hot Off the Griddle" was published in September, 2013, and marks the beginning of the comic strip's run in full-color. Fox currently resides in Northport, Long Island, New York, busily working on new episodes of Kyle's B&B, and several other book projects for Sugar Maple Press, as well as the fourth volume of the Kyle's Bed & Breakfast series.
Published January 1, 2004 by Kensington Books. 256 pages
Genres: Comics & Graphic Novels, Humor & Entertainment. Fiction

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