Stories from the Heart

Thank God, Not Chevron

Chevron Ross is not an author, and that is not his name. He is just a typist.

Writing a novel never occurred to Chevron until he was strolling through his neighborhood one day, worrying about America’s gun violence problem. Suddenly, an idea sprouted in his head. He hurried home and grabbed a notepad to jot down the details pouring into his mind. From that moment, Weapons of Remorse just seemed to write itself.

For this reason, Chevron uses a pen name to satisfy publication requirements. But God gets credit for the story.

Be watching for more publications under the name Chevron Ross. And if you enjoy them, give thanks to God. They are His gifts. 

Chevron’s Mission

To share the stories that God writes through him 

“Christians aren’t supposed to kill …”

A single gunfire incident shatters the lives of three families and threatens to destroy America’s most powerful gun rights organization.

“The honest prose will have readers reevaluating their personal stance on weapons and perhaps even their relationship with God.”

– Jennifer Jackson, Indies Today

Weapons of Remorse

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This is a profoundly powerful, moving, and thought-provoking look at gun violence and its repercussions ... what it does best is reveal a story of redemption, atonement, and the power of forgiveness. I cared about all the characters and wept through many scenes.

AnneGoodreads Reviewer

This is a profoundly powerful, moving, and thought-provoking look at gun violence and its repercussions ... what it does best is reveal a story of redemption, atonement, and the power of forgiveness. I cared about all the characters and wept through many scenes.

AnneGoodreads Reviewer

This is a profoundly powerful, moving, and thought-provoking look at gun violence and its repercussions ... what it does best is reveal a story of redemption, atonement, and the power of forgiveness. I cared about all the characters and wept through many scenes.

AnneGoodreads Reviewer

This is a profoundly powerful, moving, and thought-provoking look at gun violence and its repercussions ... what it does best is reveal a story of redemption, atonement, and the power of forgiveness. I cared about all the characters and wept through many scenes.

AnneGoodreads Reviewer
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