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The main character of my novel The Other Joseph is a nine-fingered, 29-year-old, Gulf of Mexico oil rig worker named Roy Joseph, and though I’d of course love to see him brought to life in a movie someday, I can’t claim have had a particular actor in mind while creating him. For one, I don’t suppose there are too many nine-fingered Southern sorts in Hollywood . . . and most twenty-something actors are still playing high school kids on the screen. So there’s that too.Visit Skip Horack's website.
But then—just the other day, actually—someone pointed out certain similarities between the plot of my novel and that of...[read on]
My Book, The Movie: The Other Joseph.