Thank you one and all for making this one of the most intense and interesting years of my life. I hope it was an equally eventful one for all of you! I hope this holiday season is whatever you wish for it to be, whether cozy and relaxing, or exhilarating and full of adventure, or a flurry of social activity with family or friends. However you choose to celebrate, make your own list of all the good things in your life. We are luckier than we think, and to me, remembering that is the real spirit of the season.
But that doesn’t mean we can’t have a little decadence to go along with it. So along with a very Happy Holidays, I wish you…
Twelve sexy gingers from the Red Hot 100 calendar to indulge your every whim!
The Eleventh and best Time Lord to whoosh you off to the far reaches of the galaxy/time period of your choice!
Ten episodes of Fargo, an ice-hearted, atmospheric delight, to binge on!
Nine (okay, a lot more, but just go with it) amazing LGBTQ-related charities that could definitely use a bit of help in this season of indulgence!
A box of Eight grand cru chocolate sticks from Valrhona, the best chocolatier in the world!
The Seven movies in cinemas now actually worth your valuable dollars and time: Selma, Birdman, Nightcrawler, Whiplash, Gone Girl, The Theory of Everything, and Inherent Vice! (People, it’s Christmas. Google them!)
Six exceptional holiday shorts, some free, some not, from the best M/M authors out there: Joanna Chambers, Harper Fox, L.B. Gregg, Josh Lanyon, Jordan L. Hawk, KJ Charles.
Five new Christmas codas from the exceptionally generous Josh Lanyon!
Four incredible restaurants that will revolutionize your taste buds if you ever visit Montreal, Quebec: Au Pied de Cochon, Joe Beef, Hostaria, Satay Brothers.
A riveting Three-book series that plunges you into an indelible world and shows the moral and personal consequences of magic, by Lev Grossman!
Two interconnected superhero shows, Arrow and The Flash, that you won’t regret watching for a second!
One very grateful author and blogger who can’t wait to see what the new year brings, and is so thankful to have all your scintillating insights and disparate opinions to read and react to. Keep it coming in 2015!!