Saturday, November 24, 2012
You Can't Keep a Bad Man Down!
Mean Pete considered walking over to his neighbors to request that they shoot him the next morning, and put him out of his misery. But then, by gad, he stiffened his spine, took a deep breath, poured a hot cup o' mud, rolled up his shirtsleeves, and got to work on another yarn.
You can't keep a bad man down!
Above is the cover for the next short-story. It's about half done but Mean Pete has a whole book to edit, another one to write, a copyedited manuscript to proof, cheap women to chase, and good beer to drink. But rest assured the mean an' nasty ole coyote will have another short yarn up soon.
By the way, the horse skull in the pic was furnished by Old Shep, Mean Pete's old Montana border collie stray, who hauled it into the yard--with a couple tons of other bones and sundry grisly "souvenirs" best left unspecified--in Montana about twenty years ago now. Old Shep is gone but not forgotten. In fact, the old boy is still earning his keep!
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