Finally, someone has written short-story fiction about the millions of Americans for whom marijuana plays a part in their lives, whether large or small. These stories are easy to read and capture the imagination, the characters reminding readers of similar people in their own lives: brothers,sisters; boyfriends, girlfriends; aunts, uncles, friends and so on. Even your dog.
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Has a book like this about stoners ever been written? Not since the Beats, and even they didn't portray the average American man or woman coming of age and facing real-life choices. The Ganja Tales author details the highs and lows and human nature of the Alternate culture, reminding us that in the final analysis all humans have the same wants, needs and desires. A fascinating and frequently funny book that humanizes an oft-criticized culture. Get it now; Ganja Tales is going to be around a long time.From the Author:
I like to point out that you can surf the stories I wrote for quick and easy reading or you can take them a little deeper. It's your choice. For example, Reefer Madness on the surface is about a person who violates his roommate's privacy, sort of goes nuts and almost gets caught. But the story is also about how we compromise ourselves, and how we justify it. (So many great plays come to mind.) Also, I worked Mazlow's hierarchy of needs fairly heavily in Reefer Madness, exploring the consequences of loneliness and alientation. These of course are themes that should resonate in meaningful literature.
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