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2. HE HATED MANY OF THE MOVIES MADE FROM HIS WORK
Leonard wrote longhand on 63 page unlined yellow pads that were custom made for him. no reason for me to have a computer. I been writing in longhand for 50 years. It more a question of what pen do I use than it is anything else, Leonard told The Associated Press in 2004.
9. HE WAS A MOTOR CITY GUY, PART II
sophomore at University of Detroit High School, the nickname was pinned on Leonard. And it stuck. It a reference to Emil Leonard, a knuckleball pitcher for the Washington Senators. was overnight. It was almost as though a press release was sent out: calling him Dutch. And it just happened, Leonard told the AP in 2002.
believed going to get through it. LEONARD NEVER GOT TO FINISH NOVEL NO. 46
Leonard tried to keep his books under 300 pages. one time, The New York Times asked me if I would review a Tom Clancy book. I said, many pages is it? And they said, it only 400 and some. I said, don read books with more than 300 pages. So I got out of that, he told the AP in 2010.
which was out in 2012, now stands as his final novel. He told the AP at the end of last year that he was excited about his next work, which centred around a rogue Immigration and Customs Enforcement agent and bull riding. The working title was Dreams.
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His father was a General Motors employee, and Leonard himself wrote advertising copy for Chevrolet and Westerns on the side after college. As a son of the automotive industry, Leonard wrote daily in eight hour shifts from his home office. you got to put in the time if you want to write a book, he said in 2010.
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General readers loved Leonard writing, as did movie fans who found his work after seeing the many film adaptations. George Clooney hung out at Leonard place while filming the big screen adaptation of of Sight, and members of Aerosmith in town for a concert also visited, taking a dip in Leonard pool.
Not one, but two films were made from his 1969 novel, Big Bounce. The first, which starred Ryan O probably the second worst movie ever made, Leonard said in 2004. Asked what movie was worse, he said: don know, but there must be one that was worse. HE HAD FANS IN ALL WALKS OF LIFE
Sure, he was born elsewhere and lived in the suburbs for many years, but Leonard always considered himself a Detroiter. He set many of his novels there and remained a staunch defender Nike Air Uptempo 97 Freshwater of the city he lived in or near since 1934. In an AP interview in July, only days after Detroit became the largest city in the United States to file for bankruptcy, Leonard said he Nike Air Max Uptempo Suede Pack
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