Book of Days: what can readers expect from Latter Days, the book? Author T. Fabris gives a quick preview.It's not every day that a gay movie gets a novelization nov·el·ize
tr.v. nov·el·ized, nov·el·iz·ing, nov·el·iz·es
1. To write a novel based on: novelize a popular movie.
2. , but Latter Days has a special luster thanks to writer-director C. Jay Cox C. Jay Cox (born 1962 in Nevada) is an American director, actor and writer. Filmography
intr.v. fizzed, fizz·ing, fizz·es
To make a hissing or bubbling sound; effervesce.
1. A hissing or bubbling sound.
3. An effervescent beverage. mix of romance, religious angst, and body heat that makes Latter Days the movie so much fun?
"C. Jay Cox already put together a terrific story," says T. Fabris, who took on the duty of book adapter for Alyson Publications, which is owned by the company that publishes this magazine. "Turning Latter Days into a novel was as easy as doing a paint-by-number picture--if you add hot guy-on-guy love scenes." Fans can look for Latter Days the book in stores for April 2004.