Over his four-decade career in the entertainment industry as a multi-award winning celebrity talent executive, producer, writer and occasional performer, Brian Edwards has worked with some of the biggest names in show business, not to mention some of the most beloved gay icons: Donna Summer, Joan Rivers, Cindy Crawford, Susan Sarandon, Melissa Rivers, Whoopi Goldberg, Farrah Fawcett, Shirley Jones, Naomi Judd, and Vanessa Williams, just to name a few. His debut book, published in late 2013 and titled, Enter Miss Thang, was an unabashedly honest and side-splitting memoir which became a national best seller and received several awards along the way, including top honors at The National Indie Excellence Awards, The International Book Awards and the IBPA Awards, ultimately becoming the most honored LGBT non-fiction book of 2014. Never one to let the party end, Edwards has just published his follow-up, which drops Labor Day Weekend, with even more insider tales, titled, I Might Have Been Queen (And Other Things I Didn’t Mention Before).
In his latest book, I Might Have Been Queen (And Other Things I Didn’t Mention Before), Brian Edwards returns with more colorful stories filled with humor, chaos and inspiration. “The phrase, ‘I Might Have Been Queen’ represents the times in my life that I’ve won, the times I felt I should have won, and girl, the numerous times that I didn’t!” says Edwards. “I’m poking fun at the situation – my own personal journey. Life is too short to take so damn seriously all the time. With everything going on in the world today, sometimes you just need to give people a reason to laugh. And I hope I’ve accomplished that within the pages of this book. Lord, my load is heavy!”