Pulp Fiction Thursday: My Wicked, Wicked Ways

My Wicked, Wicked Ways is technically not fiction as it’s a memoir. But like most memoirs, it takes substantial liberties with the truth, which makes it faction but not factional. It’s definitely pulpy.

I chose Flynn’s memoirs because I’ve been watching some of his classic movies lately, I saw Dodge City for the first time the other day. A major omission as it’s the town-taming movie that Blazing Saddles parodies along with Destry Rides Again.

I guess that covers it. Here are the book covers.

2 thoughts on “Pulp Fiction Thursday: My Wicked, Wicked Ways

  1. Kevin says:

    A great memoir and two great covers!

    Have you read “The Big Love,” the memoir of Florence Aadland, mother of Flynn’s teenage girlfriend Beverly Aadland? It’s a hoot and more people should know about it.

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