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Monday Mystery: Texas Authors

Writing Mojo

I first met Joe R. Lansdale in early 1988, not long after we moved to Texas. I had moved with a partially completed novel which I submitted to a writing workshop sponsored by Cepheid Variable, a Texas A&M student organization. 882 more words

Mystery Monday

Hoodoo Harry - a Book Review

Title: Hoodoo Harry by Joe R. Lansdale

Genre: Currently #56 on Amazon Best Sellers Rank in the Kindle Store, Kindle Short Reads, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense… 709 more words

Reviews 2017

Full Circle

I want to take a walk down memory lane with you, today, if you don’t mind, dear reader. There’s a reason we’re taking this trip, and when you get to the end, you’ll shake your head in as much disbelief as I have the past couple days. 2,394 more words

THE VAULT

Top Six Reasons Why You Should Watch HAP AND LEONARD Tonight

Hey, friends. Hope your April has kicked off well. Mine has, both writing-wise and otherwise, and I’ll be bringing you some updates soon. For now, though, I want to talk about something else. 1,581 more words

Books And Stories

Cold In July (2014, dir. Jim Mickle)

After killing an intruder, a family man’s life spirals out of control. Splendid 80s-set thriller with a John Carpenter vibe, this version of an early Joe R Lansdale novel consistently wrong-foots the audience while meditating on the effects of violence.

Eamonn's Reviews

Cold in July (2014)

2016 #118
Jim Mickle | 106 mins | streaming (HD) | 2.35:1 | USA & France / English | 15 / R

After a family man (Michael C. 196 more words

Adaptations

[ARC] Hap and Leonard: Blood and Lemonade by Joe R. Lansdale

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The novel belongs to the famous series based on the adventures of Hap and Leonard, notorious protagonists of lots of… 152 more words

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