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Sixty-Second Book Review with Eric Beetner

Submitted by on June 5, 2013 – 9:08 pm3 Comments

I’ve been meaning to put this up for a couple of weeks now, because I think y’all should have a little Eric Beetner in your lives. He’s a gifted writer, funny man, and winner of last year’s Stalker Award for Most Criminally Underrated Author. He also edited the Rodney Yee yoga video I bought 10 years ago.

Eric does these nifty 60-second video book reviews, with fast cuts and fancy angles, not to mention the cool posters in the background. But the best thing is his passion.

This review is for Joe R. Lansdale’s Sunset & Sawdust. It’s only 60 seconds—check it out! Then leave Eric a comment!

 

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3 Comments »

  • EIREGO says:

    I almost stopped reading once I saw the Rodney Yee reference. I mean, is that guy ever wearing pants on his dvd covers? But, the guy was married to Cheryl Tiegs for a while and you ARE PCN, so I kept reading and even watched Eric’s video. It’s good! I was expecting a straight and uncut 60 seconds, but the editing is so good I really paid attention and listened.

    I’m gonna go check out Joe Lansdale’s Sunset and Sawdust. Good post, PCN!

    And a shout out to Eric!

  • Ronnie Sowell says:

    That was fun! I do believe I’ll head on over to the library and see if i can pick up a copy of one of these books. Sunset & Sawdust sounds right up my alley! Thanks for the link, PCN!

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