All Is Well

All Is Well A spine chilling yet very positive story of a man s slow acceptance of himself as a homosexual and the extraordinary enemy he has to overcome before he can achieve his liberation All Is Well is a nov

  • Title: All Is Well
  • Author: Dirk Vanden
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 358
  • Format: Paperback
  • A spine chilling yet very positive story of a man s slow acceptance of himself as a homosexual, and the extraordinary enemy he has to overcome before he can achieve his liberation All Is Well is a novel of, for and about sex, with some astoundingly erotic scenes that are as profound a manifesto of the right to discover and be one s total self as any rhetoric on the essentA spine chilling yet very positive story of a man s slow acceptance of himself as a homosexual, and the extraordinary enemy he has to overcome before he can achieve his liberation All Is Well is a novel of, for and about sex, with some astoundingly erotic scenes that are as profound a manifesto of the right to discover and be one s total self as any rhetoric on the essential subject that I ve heard of or read John Francis Hunter THE GAY INSIDER

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    1. I was born on May 7, 1933, in Roosevelt, Utah, but grew up in a small neighboring town called Vernal, high in the Rocky Mountains, near the Colorado border, on old Highway 40 I grew up as The Best Little Mormon Boy In The Whole Wide World, but defected at age 16 when I discovered I was Queer, and my Bishop told me I was an Abomination in the sight of God and would burn in Hell forever if I didn t repent Obviously I didn t repent Eventually when ALL IS WELL was published, in 1973 I asked out of the LDS church because I was Gay, sent them a copy of ALL IS WELL my wish was granted without protest I am now, officially, NOT a Latter Day Saint During college at the University of Utah, I wrote my first Gay Novel, TO THEMSELVES UNKNOWN, dared to submit it to a creative writing seminar, the summer I graduated One of the best first novels I ve ever read, said Albert Guerrard, a then famous novelist teacher of the seminar Unfortunately, its subject matter is homosexuality, which severely limits its publication possibilities You could try one of the porno houses, but I hope you won t have to do that It would spoil a good book That was 1958.A professional agent at Curtis Brown spent a frustrating year, trying unsuccessfully to find a publisher Finally, in desperation, I sent TO THEMSELVES UNKNOWN to Greenleaf Classics in San Diego, and it ended up being published as a Fag Hot called WHO KILLED QUEEN TOM GL s addition of hot fag sex to my sensitive self examination definitely ruined it, for me, at least.The rest of my story is on my personal website Please first visit DirkVanden Dot net, not DirkVanden dot com Three of my books are still available at the dot com address All of my titles are listed here on Some are listed as Not Available I m in the process of converting all my books to Kindle and am searching for a copy of WHO KILLED QUEEN TOM From Greenleaf Classics Pleasure Readers, 1969 From time to time the originals are listed for sale on Two here now have 5 star reviews I WANT IT ALL ALL IS WELL.My new novel ALL OF ME Can You Take All Of Me A Gay Mystery, has just been published by Rosedog Books, in POD Paperback, or various e formats on RoseDog s Yahoo bookstore It is also now available on Kindle and as a cheaper paperback on the Prime program free shipping

    2. This story took a dark turn that disturbed me. I admire Mr. Vanden for putting life right out there. His books do have a HEA ending but be prepared to get beaten up first.

    3. I recently read the “All” trilogy by Dirk Vanden: I Want It All, All Or Nothing (also known as “All the Way”) and this one, “All is Well”.The first book was released before the Stonewall Riots, and to quote Dirk: “My books weren’t considered worthy of editing when they were first published. We were lucky just to get the books published and to get a few bucks for an outright sale.”Once I “got over” the excessive use of exclamation marks in the first book, the other books wer [...]

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