Lynsey Rose reading from her novel “First Aid Kit Girl”
I push in the cigarette lighter. I like the red ring that lights up around it. I like the click it makes when its ready.
I lick my lips, bite my nails. I change songs. The lighter clicks, stops glowing. I push it in again.
My battery will survive. Ill go back soon. Before…
First Aid Kit Girl is available from The Book Depository and Amazon
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