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Gay Marines Facebook Page Creator Taunts Us Shirtless While Proudly Holding his New Book “Sugar-Baby Bridge”

We posted a video in the past from and introduced the handsome Creator of the Gay Marines Facebook Page Brett Edward Stout and our readers ate him up. We received exciting news this morning about Brett Stout’s new book “Sugar-Baby Bridge.” While scurrying around the internet we found a lovely shirtless pic of Brett holding his book all Vanna White style. And all we have to say is, “You use what your mamma gave you Brett.” In good spirit as a caption to the photo on Facebook, Brett wrote,”Shirtless for Sugar-baby Bridge. Cause it’s hot to read and I’m not above a little pandering ;)— with Brett Edward Stout.”

In the video below “Brett Edward Stout talks a little about his novel Sugar-baby Bridge and invites questions about the novel. Buy Sugar-baby Bridge HERE Brett has the perfect combination, from the photo here you see a killer smile and after skimming through the book his brains and insights are impressive!











About the Author

Brett Edward Stout, the son of two successful entrepreneurs, was born in Cedar Rapids Iowa in 1978. At the age of 18 he joined the United States Marine Corps where he studied Russian at the renowned Defense Language Institute in Monterey, California. After attending a secondary school in Texas he was stationed at Kaneohe Bay Marine Corps Base, Hawaii as a Russian cryptologic-linguist and weapons marksmanship instructor before being honorably discharged in 2002. He worked in 2000, 2001, and 2002 for the Hawaii International Film Festival (HIFF) . He worked for HIFF under a variety of titles that included Jury Coordinator and Database Administrator. In 2002, the Honolulu Gay & Lesbian Cultural Foundation appointed him as their Executive Director of the foundation and their primary event, now called the Rainbow Film Festival. He remained a member of the board until he left to attend the University of Iowa, in Iowa City, Iowa where he majored in Russian Language. His passion for writing began when he wrote his first poem in 4th grade almost getting himself suspended from school; he’s been in love with writing ever since. Brett Edward Stout’s debut novel is Sugar-baby Bridge and he is now at work on the follow-up novel The Lives Between.

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