Comingofage (214 comingofage stories)
I learned something important that night. You shouldn't try to stop everything from happening. Sometimes you're supposed to feel awkward. Sometimes you're supposed to be vulnerable in front of people. Sometimes it's necessary because it's all part of you getting to the next part of yourself.
It was summer, finally, and Jinyoung was going to spend his vacation at the house he'd always spent his vacations at, a villa somewhere in the hills of Greece, yes...Greece. Though this summer was different, Jinyoung was not alone with just his family, or childhood friend that he was planning to get together with this year, or the other various people that came to work, but rather an American boy who was staying for the summer to learn about his parents' business. At first, he was a bit diss
Jungkook gets a job at the local cinema and finds a second family in the men that work there, while his own might slowly be crumbling apart. Or: Jungkook grows up with BTS - a slow build, film nerd AU I wrote for my film loving self.
In which Taehyung, the school's well-known perfectionist, doesn't see Jennie Kim as beautiful until he begins to look beyond.
Chan’s unfortunate diagnosis of leukemia on his seventeenth birthday leads to an unlikely friendship.
Mark Lee is on his last year of high school, and he is going on a road trip with his best friend Jeno before they graduate. The thing is, they have to bring Jeno's boyfriend Renjun, and they also encounter a stowaway who really should be anywhere but under the cabinet of a small sink in the back of their van. This is a story of summer, long road trips, unwashed bodies, broken hearts, stupid mistakes, young love and growing up. Come join four boys as they journey on a search for everyt
in which minghao and junhui grow up together. pining ensues.
in her eyes he found refuge, in her eyes he found his home.
The unplanned male sharehouse story. Resident count [12/31] : 7 ♂ Resident count [01/01] : 7 ♂ , 1 ♀
He calls them murmurmaids. You and I both know that’s not what they’re called, but sometimes it’s okay to let little kids dream. And once they become adults, it’s those kids who remind other kids to keep dreaming. A short story about falling in love with childhood.