"This book has lots and lots of good info—told with a sense of humor. That's the best way!" —Betty DeGeneres, author of Love, Ellen: A Mother/Daughter Journey
"[An] important, heartfelt, much-needed book!" —Del Shores, director of Sordid Lives
"A warm, witty and handy guide for anyone who plans to have a gay child. Wait. Nobody plans for that? That's the point. It could happen to any of us, even Ann Coulter. She could have a great-grandchild any day now. Ann, this book is invaluable. Buy it!" —Bruce Vilanch, Emmy Award-winning comedy writer
"The book is fantastic! Easy read. Fun read. Many points of view, and of course thoughtful, funny, loving, and thought-provoking. It really is a must for everyone that knows someone LGBT or that is LGBT or might be LGBT or never met anyone LGBT—I believe that covers everyone on the planet!" —Steven Tyler, actor
"Rainbow Relatives is a must 'go-to' guide for folks wanting real stories, interviews, and advice from parents, therapists, and celebrities about their own experiences with their journeys as an LGBTQ person in today’s modern world. This book will help you navigate the conversations you may want to have with your families in regards to this topic. Author Sudi Karatas uses humor and practical examples in different scenarios. I highly recommend this book for all." —Trisha Ventker, author Internet Dates from Hell
"For those who have, or may be, the rainbow sheep of their family, Sudi “Rick” Karatas’s new book, Rainbow Relatives, is a must-read." —Baltimore OUT Loud
Sudi "Rick" Karatas, while not a doctor, is an M.D. (Mediterranean Dude). His given name is Sudi but he also goes by Rick because as a Gemini he needed a name for each personality. He has written many screenplays, songs, and sketches. This is his debut book. He loves writing everything (except checks). He co-wrote the feature film Walk a Mile in My Prada?s and the screenplay Charlie?s Dream, a family inspirational film. Karatas grew up in Syosset, NY and now resides in Van Nuys, CA.