(Maybe This Christmas)
About the Book
All thirty-something Blake wanted for Christmas was some headspace…. He returns to his hometown of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan to catch up with family and friends, and to mentally sort out the feelings of “holiday disconnect” that haunt him every December. What Blake doesn’t expect is to run into Dylan, an old co-worker and secret flame from before he came out. With Blake anxious to pick up where they left off, what he doesn’t know is Dylan is carrying a secret that will eventually help force him to confront his anxiety towards a season that he’s considered a byproduct of mass consumerism compounded by his own relationship issues. Add a Madonna-channeling drag queen, an indie coffee barista turned singer/songwriter, and a best friend whose family teeters on dysfunction into the mix, it creates the perfect holiday recipe to help Blake rediscover what Christmas is really all about…
About the Author
Sheldon L’henaff was born and spent the majority of his Christmases in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. Between 1995 and 2000 he was an Arts & Entertainment writer for campus newspaper The Sheaf, where he also attended university and discovered his enduring passion for electronic music. In 2009 he released his debut novel Drowned World, a reflection on queer love in the age of sex, drugs, and techno. In 2011 he released The Heart’s Filthy Lesson. Sheldon currently resides in Edmonton, Alberta where he can be found at his neighborhood Starbucks, currently working on the soon to be released follow up to Drowned World titled Becoming Remixed.