hello fabulous coverThe Flamingo, the biggest openly gay event in the world, is moving from its usual destination of Las Vegas to the city of Moline, Illinois. The event features gay musical acts, clinics, and novelties, and is coming to Moline for the first time due to tax breaks and the fact that the mayor is the uncle of the one and only fabulous host, Spencer Gayman.

Of course, this isn’t really the case; rather it is the plot to “Hello Fabulous!” the new audiobook from Rock Island author Jason Tanamor, the critically acclaimed author of “Drama Dolls”

“The underlying story revolves around a straight and boring guy named Randy who is continually mistaken for the event’s host,” Tanamor said. “This mistake begins to snowball, with the media believing that Gayman has hit the town well before the scheduled event.”

Randy then sees his life go from “straight and boring” to “gay and fabulous” overnight. He begins to receive VIP treatment in the form of restaurant, hotel, and clothing comps. Not to mention the occasional hetero woman willing to turn Gayman straight.

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It doesn’t help that Randy’s friends encourage him to play the part since they’re now being treated as celebrities,” Tanamor said. “That is until Gayman comes to town for real after hearing that his good, gay name has been tarnished by being seen in places like K-Mart.”

tanamor 2016 mug“Hello Fabulous!” is a hilarious story about mistaken identity that results in a climax that determines the real fabulous one. “Did I mention that there is a 25-foot flamingo in the story?” Tanamor said.

Narrated by New York actor Nicholas Santasier, “Hello Fabulous!” is available on audiobook for $6.95 on Audible (http://www.audible.com/pd/Fiction/Hello-Fabulous-Audiobook/B01DAW2B0Q).

Tanamor is the author of the novels “Anonymous,” “Drama Dolls,” “The Extraordinary Life of Shady Gray,” and “I Heart Superhero Kid.”

Visit Tanamor’s website at http://www.tanamor.com.

Sean Leary is an author, director, artist, musician, producer and entrepreneur who has been writing professionally since debuting at age 11 in the pages of the Comics Buyers Guide. An honors graduate of the University of Southern California masters program, he has written almost 30 books including the best-sellers The Arimathean, Every Number is Lucky to Someone and We Are All Characters.