Andrew Earles

Someone thinks something….

Posted in Uncategorized by Andrew Earles on July 29, 2008

Check out that comments section! I’m one of the “core” contributors to this book, but my action is hidden! I touch readers from the netherworld beyond the byline!!! 

Again, to smash a dead horse into the dusty, rain-starved earth, this is one of the three books published in 2008 that features my writing or editing touch. Buy it, or buy two and give one away as a gift, and do the same with the others, so that I don’t devolve into a negative ninnie posting useless comments on book review and sales pages all born of hatred and jealousy.

Take a look at the others by scrolling down or following THIS LINK.  

Check out the Earles and Jensen MATABLOG thread!!! HELLO-LARRYUS!!!!

….and why in the hell do I want one of these in mint condition. Station wagon, please!  

…and did any of my four readers go to this? Hosted at nice-guy Tom Hazelmyer’s hot spot, Grumpy’s, thus hosted on what feels like the other side of the planet from where I’m sitting right now, but as they say, “dems da breaks!!” Seriously, the heat is a little science fiction-ish right now, but where would I be without Memphis? In the f*cking toilet, that’s where!! Now I’m typing just to make this post seem longer!! Check please!!

Next biography that I’m going to read? This one!! No, I haven’t read it yet…not a word. I am currently in output mode. I am not in input mode. Time is so very tight, so expect some half-ass posts (more so than usual).

Check please, for real this time!! 

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  1. BayonneMike said, on July 30, 2008 at 9:24 am

    Savage Art was great. And if you’re really into bios of down and out writers, A Tragic Honesty: The Life and Art of Richard Yates would make a nice follow-up.

  2. Your friend k said, on July 31, 2008 at 4:13 pm

    HA! You DO NOT want a Peugeot 505. Repeat: DO NOT. We had a 1977 505, brand new, white with a “moonroof”. My dad bought this ridiculous car when we were living in a rattrap in Crosstown (He could not let his past prep school self go). It was such a piece of crap, no one even tried to steal it once and a bigger indicator of its crappiness? He willingly traded it for an ASPEN STATION WAGON within 7 months.

  3. Your friend k said, on July 31, 2008 at 4:15 pm

    That would be a 1979 505. My 504 Peugeot-loving grandfather talked him into it. I think it did have heated seats though.


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