J.Ross writes stories that strive to capture the raw, honest emotions that come along with being a teenager today. Stories that bring the readers back to those first kisses, loves, and experiences in a way that makes you feel like you're going through them all over again. The good, the bad, and the awkward that comes along with figuring out who you are and learning how to accept it.
J_Ross, in Fiction. 04/06/2011 (Updated: 05/10/2011)
Coming of Age
coming of age
After an accident that leaves his boyfriend incapacitated, Conner is left to try and pick up the pieces and move forward with his life. But moving on is easier said than done as long as Justin's still breathing, and Conner's made a promise not to leave him. With so much of himself wrapped up in a boy that isn't really there anymore, Conner isn't sure he can handle dealing with life in general and starting new relationships, or even hang onto old ones without losing his mind.
J_Ross, in Fiction. 01/18/2011 (Updated: 01/18/2011)
Summer flings are always fun. You meet a new person, you just barely get to know them, you have a good time and it’s over in a couple weeks. When you go home back to your real life, the memories are still fresh in your mind and they’re good memories—so good, in fact, that you convince yourself that you were in love.
But you weren’t. Because with real love, it’s not the happy memories that make you smile that let you know that you were in love - it’s the pain.