Friday, 19 August 2016

Jeremy's Story by Ned Ericsson

Everyone has a story.
Dealing with HIV, high school bullies, and new found feelings.
That is Jeremy’s Story.


Jeremy is a teenager with a terrible past.
He has to live with its consequences for the rest of his life.
There is hope.
He’s found a new family, a new life, and a new school.
Will he be able to find friends? Love?
Or will he let those who would judge him prevail?


He sat in the middle of a row of chairs and looked around while he waited. Secretaries and teachers were all running around trying to get the last minute details sorted. Students were busy getting their schedules. Then the most beautiful boy that Jeremy had ever seen in his life walked in.  

His blond, wavy hair was cut short, and he wore flattering trousers and a fitted blue dress  shirt, with  rolled-up  sleeves  showing  off  his  nicely  developed  arms.  He  went  to  the counter and addressed the head secretary—the woman who had been so nice to Jeremy.  

“Hey, Aunt Susan. Do you have my revised class schedule for me?” The boy turned his head towards Jeremy and leaned forward.  

 Oh my God! I shouldn’t be attracted to that behind. Why am I? Is he moving it that way on purpose?  

The  boy  whispered  something  into  Susan’s  ear. She  responded  by  squinting  and wagging her finger at him, one corner of her mouth turning upward. The boy leaned closer and whispered something else. Susan’s response was to shake her head and dismiss him with a gesture.
What did he say?  

The  boy  laughed  aloud,  took  his  papers  from  Susan,  and  turned  around. He walked towards Jeremy and plumped down onto the seat next to him. Their legs actually touched.  

Oh my God! Jeremy tried very hard not to let his blushing show. Why am I feeling like this?  

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About the Author

After publishing several adult stories under a different name, NED ERICSSON decided to reach deep down inside himself and write a story for which a younger generation, as well as the older ones, might relate. He hopes he succeeded in making people think.
Ned looks forward to writing many more stories to entertain and he hopes provoke some minds into thinking about today’s issues through their telling.
Ned lives in Canada with his husband Ken and their cat, Oscar Wild.
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