it’s funny how we see things differently as we mature.
in my case,
i see things differently now that i’ve been in therapy.
i can see “oh you a fuckboi” these days.
I watched B-Boy Blues over the weekend.
i haven’t read the book by james earl hardy in years. in my opinion, i thought the movie was well cast and well-acted.
they pulled out the best of the bestin terms of looks and talent. thomas mackey,
who played raheem,
commanded all the attention on screen.
his chemistry with mitchell,
which was played by timothy richardson,
was off the charts.
i liked everything about the bts aspect of production. let’s font about what i didn’t like. is it me or…
as you know, during all this jussie smollett/subway-gate mess, i’ve been more concerned with “b-boy blues“.
that is one of my favorite “coming of age” books i read.
with all the mess happening with jussie,
it overshadowedthe book’s movie adaptation.
since his recent down time,
he seems to have been working on a way for us to watch. the foxhole alerted me on when to set my reminders app…
i’ve been waiting for the trailer for “b-boy blues“, the book from james earl hardy, to drop. oh hey,
i’m always excited to watch stuff about black gay love.
we are seeing so much black straight love stories these days,
i’m really happy to see stories about the way we love. the foxhole hit me up once the trailer was released and…
sidebar: i was supposed to do another book club & support group, but life has been crazy for me. we will have to revisit these things next year. my apologies for those who were looking forward.
so i can’t remember the book, “b-boy blues“.
as you know, or didn’t,
but jussie smollettis behind the upcoming movie.
it seems we have a release date on the way. a foxholer sent me the ig post from @durandbernarr, who is behind the soundtrack for the movie…
when i was first learning about who i was, i was told to read the book “b-boy blues” by james earl hardy.
i was around the time i discorvered e lynn harris as well.
for the life of me,
i can’t remember what “b-boy blues” is about like i can with e lynn’s books,
but i know it was a fantasy i wish came to life. well, jussie smollett wants to bring that fantasy to the big screen…