I've been racking my brains for the title of one book I'd meant to read some time ago but never got around to, and now I can't remember for the life of me what it is.
-It's a piece of GLBTQ young adult fiction (hence the topic).
-The narrator is male, snarky (and, if I recall, very cynical), and is (I believe) a big city resident.
-The novel is fairly recent, within the last five or so years.
-I'm positive the author is male.
-I think that the cover art was a photograph of someone sitting on a stoop.
-Covers the usual themes (I think): coming out, summer loving, the ins and outs of pubescence.
I most likely found this via the page for Peter Cameron's /Someday This Pain Will Be Useful to You/, which, while wonderful, is not the story I'm describing. (Although cover art bullet aside, I might have just nailed that book in its entirety.)
Fruitlessly scavenger hunting on Amazon will eventually wear you down, so any help would be vastly appreciated!