Veronica Street

A novel of Los Angeles by Jenny Burman. New chapter weekly at LA Observed.

veronica.jpg"Veronica Street" is a novel set in Los Angeles by Jenny Burman. The book is making its debut in serial form weekly at LA Observed. Jenny Burman is a writer living in Ohio who created the Chicken Corner blog at LA Observed.

Photo by Heather D'Augustine.

 

Latest chapter
Chapter 26. Sold!
Eugenio walks into Vega's, where he is not well-liked.
Previous chapters
Chapter 25. Redirect
Eugenio's wife, Melody, has sent him to buy meat.
Chapter 24. Visible
They were looking at her. She had lost her invisibility.
Chapter 23. Cafeteria
"Veronica Street" is a novel of Los Angeles by Jenny Burman, serialized here at LA Observed.
Chapter 22. The word for Henrik
'Veronica Street' is a novel of Los Angeles by Jenny Burman, serialized here at LA Observed.
Chapter 21. Waiting
He was lucky to be white.
Chapter 20. On the gravel path
There was something she knew, a certain kind of information.
Chapter 19. Dear Reader/Corpse gets an assignment
There were people in the Hahn Building who would protect her. Plus: A note from the author.
Chapter 18. He holds the door
He preferred the present. But that's not why they were here.
Chapter 17. The Way Back Machine
He reverted to the new grammar.
Chapter 16. Tap Tap
He was a criminal of course.
Chapter 15. The Hallway
He wondered if they were already bumping nasties.
Chapter 14. The Sovereign Nation of Betschart
This was the night when Betschart invited all residents of Los Angeles to visit any of his storefronts and declare citizenship.
Chapter 13. You Know I Don't Have All Day
James considered himself a boxer when it came to words--he wasn't always eloquent, but he knew how to cut off the ring.
Chapter 12. Botanica
It's a separate misfortune to attract harm to other people, and Marisol knew it, but she had made her decision.
Chapter 11. The Curse is Renewed
Caleb felt himself watched as he departed, unwelcome.
Chapter 10. Here Comes Jim Dandy
What natural right did he have to know her name?
Chapter 9. The News Travels
Ayla was a revved up little engine, narcissistic, and brutal.
Chapter 8. How To Get Rid of Henrik
Caleb returned to Ayla unconditionally.
Chapter 7. Wednesday. Henrik Washes the Old Mercedes
What did Caleb know about slavery, she asked.
Chapter 6. Into His Arms
She hadn't taken the time to consider what it meant to be coupled with Caleb.
Chapter 5. Frank
The Cossack had bought his property, as well as the house he lived in, with dirty money.
Chapter 4. The News
Their voices were cutting in and out as they followed Marisol's path up the hillside. Hot dogs wouldn't hurt. Hot dogs to fight a curse.
Chapter 3. Marisol
"Veronica Street" is a new novel of Los Angeles by Jenny Burman, serialized each week at LA Observed. Today: In bed Ayla and Caleb were in sync, but upright they existed in different dimensions of time and space.
Chapter 2. Have We Met?
"Veronica Street" is a new novel of Los Angeles by Jenny Burman. It will be serialized here weekly.
Chapter 1. Tuesday. In the Month of Trees
Veronica Street is a new novel of Los Angeles by Jenny Burman. It will be serialized here weekly, starting today.


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