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June Classic Author Feature: Everybody's Wounded by Duncan Ryder


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Welcome to June, Pride month, and halfway through 2022! How's it going in your corner of the world? In this month's story, we follow along with the characters as they learn about the damage love and life can cause and hope that things turn out all right in the end. What do you think? Can love heal all wounds?

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Length: 75,883

Description: Three young men, all wounded by past relationships. Can they learn to trust and to love again? Are some wounds deep beyond healing?

A Reader said: Amazing story. Stunning. The characters were so real and beautiful and their pain so intense. The writing was gorgeous and subtle. You are an extremely talented writer. Thank you for sharing your writing with us. ~adamo 

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Make sure you come back on Wednesday to see the excerpt I chose to share!

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I LOVED this story when it came out, hitting the refresh button repeatedly to see if a new chapter came out :) The characters are so well developed it would be like you could insert yourself into a scene :P

I should give it a read again. :yes: 

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I've just finished reading this story and loved it even though it did make feel emotional in parts, but then a good story should make its readers feel the emotions of the characters. This is the review that I have just left and I mean every word of it;-

Beautifully written and intimately descriptive, you don't just get to know the characters you feel for them, the pain, the anguish, and the bond of growing love. Luc has yet to find true happiness that is promised in a later story, but foundations have been laid for his future. It is a great read and highly recommended.

I now have to read the follow-up.

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For those that are interested the sequel is How The Light Gets In, after reading the first chapter it looks to be as captivating as Everybody's Wounded. Can I suggest you give this a read after reading the first story?

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On 6/23/2022 at 12:46 AM, Mancunian said:

For those that are interested the sequel is How The Light Gets In, after reading the first chapter it looks to be as captivating as Everybody's Wounded. Can I suggest you give this a read after reading the first story?

Just about to start it!  Thanks for the recommendation.  This guy could seriously write.  

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Unfortunately the sequel How The Light Gets In is incomplete and has been on long term hold for some time now. A number of readers have commented on positively on the story as it stands, some stating that even incomplete it is still a very good story and worthy of reading. I've left my own comment in the story comments and hope that others will do so. I'd love to see this story come to a natural conclusion, it's too good not to be completed. If it's not possible for @Duncan Ryder to complete the story is there anyway that one of our more accomplished authors could do this? It would need to be an author of high standards as it would need to be someone who would compliment the original authors style and not detract from it.

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