When Everything Feels Like the Movies
Inspired by a true story, When Everything Feels like the Movies is an edgy, extravagant novel for young people and others, full of gender-bending teen glamour, dark mischief and enough melodrama to incite the paparazzi. A boy who smells like Chanel Mademoiselle, calls Blair Waldorf his biggest childhood influence, and reads Old Hollywood star biographies doesn't have the easiest path to travel in life, but somehow, Jude paves his road with yellow bricks and makes us all wish we could join him over the rainbow.
Raziel Reid is a former club kid and go-go dancer and a graduate of the New York Film Academy. While in New York, he starred off-Broadway in a production of "Check, Please" and wrote and starred in the short film "End Point." In his early twenties, he currently lives in Vancouver where he is an anti-social columnist on DailyXtra.com.