All Over Him: The Continuing Journals of Will Barnett

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iUniverse, Feb 1, 2003 - Fiction - 236 pages
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When Will and Lance decide to separate for two years while Lance goes to art school in San Francisco and Will moves to Austin, Texas, to attend university there, neither of them can imagine the powerful temptations that await them in each city. Lance moves in the lofty circles of artists and actors, while Will fights lingering temptations of his own, sharing an apartment with his beloved and beautiful Uncle Sean. Both young men stand at a crossroads and must decide if the love they have shared was merely a teen romance or the real thing.

"With the third book in The Continuing Journals of Will Barnett, we see once again why best-selling author Ronald L. Donaghe garners praise and respect from so many other authors, from Patricia Nell Warren to some of the undiscovered writers that he has encouraged. This touching gay romance brings Will’s journey into a college setting, using his experiences to examine gay history and the problems that sometimes plague our organizations and our relationships. I feel that this could be an important novel not only in itself but also in getting young gay readers interested in gay history and the work that other gays did to make the world better for them. Furthermore, it explores the barriers and possibilities of a loving, lifetime commitment between two people who happen to belong to the same gender."
—Duane Simolke, author of The Acorn Stories and the sci-fi thriller Degranon

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Another gay coming of age romance, but it is still a fun read. Read full review

About the author (2003)

Donaghe is a technical writer and office manager.

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