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Riding Shotgun

When Elvis Winked At Me

Photo of Author and His Mother

When we hit the rise just before the railroad tracks, she must’ve been doing about fifty miles an hour in a twenty-five mph zone, somewhere near the Overton Park Zoo in Memphis. We were airborne over the tracks.

Sometime between the time I was three and forty-three, my mother acquired a need for speed.

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Author Daniel J Klein’s Medium Publication. Open to Guest Fiction and Essays that Entertain.

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Daniel J Klein

Daniel J Klein

Award-winning Iowa Writers Workshop Alumni. Querying his first novel, Lost In Los Alamos, and available to literary agents. https://medium.com@CoffeeHouseBlog

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