ONE OF KIRKUS REVIEWS BEST BOOKS OF THE YEAR In This Heartbreaking But Often Surprisingly Hilarious Memoir People Reminiscent Of Love Is A Mixtape And Bettyville, A Respected TV Columnist Remembers His Late Husband, And The Lessons, Love, And Laughter That They Shared Throughout Their Fourteen Years Together As J.J Abrams Raves, A Honest, Funny, And Insightful Book On The Subject Of Loss Can Be Found Nowhere For The Past Decade, TV Fans Have Counted Upon Michael Ausiello S Insider Knowledge To Get The Scoop On Their Favorite Shows And Stars From His Time At Soaps In Depth And Entertainment Tonight To His Influential Stints At TV Guide And Entertainment Weekly To His Current Role As Co Founder Of The Wildly Popular Website TVLine.com, Michael Has Established Himself As The Go To Expert When It Comes To Our Most Popular Form Of Entertainment.What Many Of His Fans Don T Know, However, Is That While His Professional Life Was In Full Swing, Michael Had To Endure The Greatest Of Personal Tragedies His Longtime Boyfriend, Kit Cowan, Was Diagnosed With A Rare And Very Aggressive Form Of Neuroendocrine Cancer Over The Course Of Eleven Months, Kit And Michael Did Their Best To Combat The Deadly Disease, But Kit Succumbed To His Illness In February 2015.In This Heartbreaking And Darkly Hilarious Memoir, Michael Tells The Story Of His Harrowing And Challenging Last Year With Kit While Revisiting The Thirteen Years That Preceded It, And How The Undeniably Powerful Bond Between Him And Kit Carried Them Through All Manner Of Difficulties Always With Laughter Front And Center In Their Relationship Spoiler Alert The Hero Dies Is A Story About Love And Loss, Joy And Heartbreak And In The Midst Of Personal Turmoil, We Learn That Bravery Comes In Many Forms The Washington Post.
Michael Ausiello began his publishing career at Soaps In Depth magazine in 1997, before moving on to TVGuide.com in 2000 It was there that he launched his signature Ask Ausiello column and established himself as a major player in the world of TV journalism In 2008, he jumped to Entertainment Weekly where he penned a weekly column in the magazine as well as an award winning blog on EW.com both t
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