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Little Snowfall

A James Franco Fanfic

Written by Lynn Crosbie

Published February 14, 2015 | ISBN 9781487000660
FICTION / Short Stories

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Regular price $1.99 CAD

60 pages
Digital Format

About this book

Little Snowfall

A James Franco Fanfic

Lynn Crosbie

"Little Snowfall" is a short story about a beautiful, young woman named Pixie, who suspects her new neighbour is James Franco. The problem is that her neighbour says his name is Edward and denies he is the famous actor/artist.

Pixie has a monstrous crush on James Franco and is sure that Edward is lying about his true identity. After hearing him say his stay is only temporary, she gives herself two weeks — by Valentine's Day — to make him fall in love with her.

Pixie quickly befriends and seduces the man who denies he’s James Franco. But Pixie has secrets of her own that soon threaten to derail their budding relationship before it even has a chance to begin.

What unfolds is a sweet, comical romance between two illusionists that culminates in a dramatic confrontation at a major art show on Valentine’s Day.

Written as a teaser for Lynn Crosbie’s new novel about Kurt Cobain, Where Did You Sleep Last Night?, "Little Snowfall" is fun and romantic nod to the hugely popular fan fiction genre.

About the Author

Lynn Crosbie

Poet, author, and novelist Lynn Crosbie was born and raised in Montreal. An award-winning journalist and cultural critic, she has written about fashion, sports, art, and celebrity. She has a Ph.D. in English literature and a background in visual studies; she teaches at the University of Toronto and the Ontario College of Art and Design. Her volumes of poetry and prose include Queen Rat, Dorothy L’Amour, and Liar. She is the author of the controversial book Paul’s Case, about the Paul Bernardo–Karla Homolka murders, as well as the novels Life Is About Losing Everything and Where Did You Sleep Last Night, a Trillium Book Award finalist. Her most recent book is a collection of poems about her father, entitled The Corpses of the Future.