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Wednesday, November 27, 2013

Author Spot-light; Jayson James

Author Bio; 

Jayson James graduated from Western Washington University with a bachelor's degree in Education. He was born and raised in Washington State, where he currently lives and teaches. The farthest off the west coast he has ever been was Nevada and Arizona. Whenever Jayson has the time (and money), he likes to travel, hoping to see most of the United States over the next 5 years.

After much prompting from his friends "Finding Our Way" debut in September 2012 as Jayson James first published novel. A couple months later, he wrote and released the follow-up novel "Tormented Discovery" and thanks to his dedicated editor and friend, the book released in early 2013. Jayson has at least one more book releasing later in 2013 with the same characters. Much to his delight, fans are eagerly waiting to read what happens next with Justin, Derrick and the rest of the gang.

When Jayson is not writing he enjoys reading a variety of books from different genres. He is an avid supporter of fellow Indy authors and does whatever he can to support them. Although he often denies it when asked, he also likes to draw, mostly cartooning and sketching using pencils and oil pastels. He also loves listening to music and watching movies, one or the other is constantly playing every time he is writing or drawing and even sometimes when he is reading.

Although his first published works are of the gay new adult and gay young adult genre, he plans on publishing books of other genres at some point. Such as a children's book he has been contemplating for many years.

Book Series Spot-light; 

Finding Our Way book series: 

Book Synopsis for each book in the series; 


Derrick Wilson and Justin Parker have been the best friends since middle school. They are both 17 and in their junior year at
Chandler High School. Derrick is feeling distant and tired of his own much too perfect family. Justin has become the invisible son in the midst of his parents failing marriage. A drunken night of passion awakens feelings neither ever knew they had. 

What happens when two best friends cross the boundaries of friendship in drunken passion? Are they able to be happy together? How can keep their secret from their friends? Will they be able to hide their relationship from their parents? To complicate things even further they girlfriends. Being a teenager can difficult. Being gay can be tough. Imagine being both 


Justin and Derrick have a secret that they revealed only to their closest friends. They are gay and are now a couple. The story of Justin and Derrick continues as they learn more about being a gay couple in their senior year of high school and the complications that arise from it. Some friends will have their backs while others simply stand on the sidelines. Other friends will be accepting and others will ridicule them. 

Sometimes love is almost not enough to save a relationship and both Derrick and Justin begin to have their doubts as they watch relationships around them rise and fall. Justin and Derrick both want to have new experiences, new choices and make new friends, which leads to them questioning their own relationship. They soon discover that some of the people they consider friends have their own secrets, some darker than others. The couple begins to see how people react towards homosexuality and just how people want to deal with it and them. 


Derrick and Justin have been a couple since High School and have been through a lot. They both stuck together even when their friends and family found out about their relationship. When their school found out about them. Struggling with challenge after challenge they have finally made it to College. Living together is a whole new world and being open with their relationship is even more new. 

As the couple begin to spend every day together they begin to learn about their differences more and more. Can their relationship survive the differences? Can it survive new friends and new romances? Will they begin to find their way together or will they have to find their own ways again?

Drifting Excerpt; 


“I hate this.”

“So do I.” Whole-heartedly I did. We talked on the phone all of the time, emailed and even were using
Skype, but it was not the same as seeing each other in person. Justin Parker, my boyfriend, was sitting
next to me on his bed, staring and giving me a pouty face. I bit my lip and stared back at him for a
moment. “What are we going to do about it?”

He sighed, “One of us is going to have to change schools.”

I knew this was coming. I admitted, “I applied to the University of Washington my second week at
Western.” He looked at me surprised. I grinned, “They accepted me. So I guess I’ll be changing

Justin laughed, “I got into Western Washington University. I applied about the same time.”

We both laughed. Justin pulled me close and we kissed and snuggled.
“Where does that leave us?” My mind was preoccupied with this question.

Justin shrugged, “I like UW, but I love you Derrick Wilson.”

“I feel the same way about Western.” I bit my lip as I hoped he would tell me he would make the
change. I had my room to myself since my roommate dropped out before the winter break. I could not
bring myself to make the suggestion.

The doorbell rang. We had been so wrapped up in ourselves that we forgot we ordered pizza. Justin
stood up and quickly pulled on his pants and shirt. I did the same.

Justin stated, “So much for fucking around before the pizza got here.” I agreed. We both darted down
the stairs as the doorbell rang a second time.

Justin opened the door as I stood back. His eyes got very big as he looked back at me. It took me a
moment to figure out what this was all about. The delivery person was Janie, the girl I had been dating
when Justin and I progressed to being boyfriends a couple of years earlier. Without realizing it, I bit my
lip and stood feeling uncomfortable. Janie looked like she could not drop off the pizza fast enough and
get out of there. She was friendly and cordial, although as her face turned red. Justin paid her and she
darted away before the door was even closed.

“That was awkward,” Justin whispered as he held our pizza and sodas in one hand and locked the door
with the other. I nodded my head in agreement. He went on, “She had to know that she was coning to
my house.”


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