The book, titled “Boudoir Photography: A History of the Marriage-Equality Movement,” is being written by the conservative activist James O’Keefe and will be published by the New York Times.
It will be edited by the same conservative activist, David French, who has been a prolific blogger on the subject.
It is being published on Amazon.com, and will likely be followed by a print edition, according to a statement.
The book’s co-authors are David French and James O.
Keefe, and are former New York City police officers.
O’Reilly has said he has been “sad to see the damage this movement has done to marriage equality,” and he has criticized the media’s coverage of the issue.
He has said that he will continue to focus on the issue, but the two other authors of the book are former Chicago police officers James and Donna O’Donnell, who both served as detectives on the force.
OKeefe is a prolific author, with a string of books on the topic, including “Budgie the Dog,” which he co-wrote with James OReilly.
Olin said that the book was a “compelling” read and that the two authors were “in tune” with each other’s work.
Odenwald, a longtime liberal commentator and a host of The View, said he was “excited” about the book’s release.
He also said that it would be “a welcome reminder that marriage equality is a human right, a civil rights issue, a human rights issue.”
Odenberg said the book is an important read for everyone who cares about the rights of people who are lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender or queer, and for those who do not.
The two women are married to each other and have two children together, according the statement.
They plan to have their wedding held in 2018.
The Times said in a statement that it has not decided whether it will publish the book.