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Author Johnny Diaz's latest gay romance novel, 'Take the Lead,' now available in Spanish

TaketheLead-SP-MED My friend and colleague, South Florida journalist Johnny Diaz, has interesting news about his latest book, Take the Lead:

It's now available in Spanish, Tomar la iniciativa.

From Diaz's blog, Beantown Cubanito:

The story follows Gabriel Galan, a Fort Lauderdale native and popular Boston college writing professor who has a job he adores, a hot young lover and a buddy who goes along on pub crawls and Star Trek nights alike. But Gabriel wants more.

When Gabriel's stubbornly independent Cuban father needs help managing his Parkinson's disease in South Florida, Gabriel takes on more than he bargained for, and his smooth-cruising life is about to take a sharp turn as he teeters on the edge of a new crush on Adam, his father's physical therapy dance instructor.  Gabriel also learns some life lessons as as a 35-year-old dating in a college town.

Hopefully, Take the Lead will be the first of many Spanish translations from my book catalog.

To read an excerpt of Tomar La Iniciativa or to order, click here

Tomar la iniciativa is available for download from Amazon.com

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