September 18, 2020

It gives us great pleasure to welcome Christopher Duquette as the guest on Episode 286 – I Call Myself Discohead!

Christopher Duquette shares his three memoirs, the most recent of which is Off Balance in the Spin Cycle, and dives into “a true-life road to recovery and the tales in between.”

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Born in 1958 Northern California, and uprooted to attend public school in Upstate, New York, Christopher remained in social exile until escaping to SUNY @ Stony Brook at 18 yrs., where he got most of his education dancing in NYC clubs. He moved to Manhattan upon graduation, where he lived, advanced in the corporate world, and danced in clubs for twenty-four years until bottoming-out. Christopher became a man after a fresh start in the Hudson Valley, trying to do the next right thing. He’s now in a committed relationship with the long-time love of his life, Storm Orion.

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  1. Wonderful interview of one of our authors, Mr. Duquette who is represented through our 2nd Spirit Books Imprint.

    In Christopher’s genre he “remains” one of our best-selling authors in our long-term stable, wherein we developed a fluid working association over the years.

    Our team remains proud of Mr. Duquette’s reversioned, “HOMO GOGO MAN: A Fairytale Of A Boy Growing Up In Discoland – 2nd Edition”; additionally, “DRxug of Choice: Pick Your Poison” released in 2019 and “Off Balance In The Spin Cycle,” which is slated to release end of September 2020 – we hope you’ll visit his newest releases – and give Mr. Duquette’s works fair review.

    Thank you again for interviewing Mr. Duquette – we remain happy to have had capability to provide opportunity for his publications as LGBTQ and reality author – the publishing house remains happy to produce Mr. Duquette’s completed manuscripts in book form and to have produced his initial title under short time constraints before the passing of his late father – it was our pleasure. We believe Christopher’s titles are informative and interesting capturing life and times of a bygone era.
    DonnaInk Publications, L.L.C. is a woman-owned small traditional and Indie publishing house with over forty eclectic authors, from nine countries and five continents who deliver works for discriminating readers among ten Imprints that include both non-fiction and fiction genres. Of these, we have had works move from publication to nationally televised programs (currently) and authors who have moved from their title to TED Talks. In 2021, the publishing initiative is moving into additional verticals, where apps and training programs are added to author platforms for their readers. All of our authors receive a webpage, social media supports, expert layout and design, quality production, three-tiered editorial followed by proofreads (under normal time constraints) and merchandising along with “other” incentives through traditional (non-subsidy) terms and conditions.

    Visit us at to learn more and submit your manuscript for consideration.

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