Just finished The Informers by Bret Easton Ellis. I was hesitant after reading American Psycho of reading another one of his books, but I had already bought it beforehand, so I gave it go. It's basically short stories with intertwining characters in Los Angeles with the normal topics of his writing; sex, drugs, violence. I liked it way better than American Psycho, for sure.
There was this quote that I cannot remember for the life of me, I even went back through the book trying to find it. It was something like "he told me to turn my frown upside down, but if I did that, I would just have a smile that was obviously turned the wrong way." Something like that.