Some Things You Might Not Know That I Love: Part Two

Hello, Friends! Busy times as usual around the ranch here. With school starting up again and writing deadlines coming due, I haven’t been able to blog as much, but hey, you all know about being busy, right? And it’s not like your life hasn’t been complete without reading my review of some obscure 1940s horror/science fiction novel.

This isn’t to say I don’t have some news coming—I do. And it’s big news. And there are several pieces of smaller news. But for now, I’m going to torture you by oversharing (my specialty) about some things you might not know that I love…

Elmore Leonard

We miss you, Dutch.
We miss you, Dutch.

 

Cary Grant

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Night Walks

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Flannery O’Connor

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Buffalo Wings

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1984

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Baroque Music

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The Smell of Lilacs

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The Devil Went Down to Georgia

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Climbing under the Blankets on a Cold Winter’s Night

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Grace Kelly

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Cheers

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And that’s plenty for one night. Time to go edit.

Have a good one!

 

 

2 thoughts on “Some Things You Might Not Know That I Love: Part Two

  1. So let’s see: you like lilacs, long walks at night, Cary Grant films, baroque music AND buffalo wings? You’re a strange one, Janz! ;). All kidding aside, I remember seeing Rear Window years ago and it struck me how that era of films showed how beautiful, classy, and sexy women could be without revealing a lot of skin.

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    1. Yep, I’m a pretty weird dude. My wife is into the whole personality-test thing, and she’s never been able to find a label for me.

      As for Rear Window…man, that’s one of my top ten favorite films. It’s absolutely superb, a masterclass in how to construct a story and a film. And what you’re saying about classy sensuality…I couldn’t agree more.

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