By Darian Lane
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Published: Feb. 01, 2013
Words: 17,721 (approximate)
The New Wave has arrived. Flash Fiction (short stories under 2000 words) These bold fast-paced stories expose the extraordinary and extra-weird encounters with the residents of the Southland. Stories include interactions with Black-Eyed Peas, Kevin Costner, Will Smith, Laurence Fishburne and numerous others.
The New Wave has arrived. Flash Fiction (short stories under 2000 words). These bold fast-paced stories expose the extraordinary and extra-weird encounters with the residents of the Southland. Stories include interactions with Black-Eyed Peas, Kevin Costner, Will Smith, Laurence Fishburne and numerous others.
The Los Angeles edition includes such stories as; COUGARLICIOUS, celebrity, Keep it Gucci, women, Life Lessons, The Black Black Swan, Walt Whitman and This Modern Love. This is the modern day Catcher In The Rye. Lane compels us to look at ourselves to much amusement and much horror.
, los angeles
, flash fiction
, catcher in the rye
, modern romance
, celebrity books
, new 2013
, darian lane
, flashy fiction
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