[00:25:29] Steve: Obviously I was working on getting, um, interviews and, uh, publications to, you know, do book reviews. Um, I think the thing that was, I would say you didn’t ask this specifically, but I would say most satisfying was, um, I received an email through LinkedIn from a man in Saudi Arabia who was, um, saying, you [00:26:00] know, I can’t even purchase your book here because in this country it would be, you know, I would be it’s illegal to be gay and it would be, uh, illegal to have a.
[00:26:12] A book like this, here he goes, but I want to be a parent. And knowing that this book is out there as a, as a gay man is giving me hope. And when that email came through, I was like, Oh my God, like, this is. You know, really, really, really amazing. I didn’t sell a book to him, so like it, which is fine, but that was the, that was the beauty of it.
[00:26:38] It was the hope, the hope that was brought forth through the story. And I think that has been the most unexpected is, you know, the broad number of different people from different backgrounds. Who’ve. Read the book and have said, Oh my God, I could totally resonate with this, this part of this story.