If you're visiting Red Room because you, yourself, are a writer, or enjoy the writerly craft sort of business, you'd also do well to follow Joe Lansdale, an excellent hard boiled writer. He does mystery, horror, thriller, and just writes brilliant stories. My first intro to him was The Bottoms, which is a great story about a couple of murders set in 1930s Texas and a couple of kids. I was hooked on Joe's style. He's very direct and his stories just whistle along.
"A lot of would be, or beginning writers, expect a wide, bright light that will reveal their story. Some feel they have to outline every thought they have on a particular project. The wide light happens, but not often. ..." http://www.facebook.com/JoeRLansdale/posts/333058913469798
If you're not into Facebook, he's also on Twitter, where he'll usually post links to stuff on Facebook, so if you're not on there for ideological reason that may just anger you. And if that does anger you, I highly recommend you relieve your anger through reading books like The Bottoms, where you can get your anger out through fictional violence and mystery, rather than do anything else drastic. But, then, while you're reading a book by Joe Lansdale that may just remind you of your hatred of or anger with Facebook (I'm not quite sure what it's done to anger you), and may spawn a vicious cycle of anger and hate that just isn't going to end well for anybody. Perhaps it's best to just sit there and not click on anything.
Causes Matthew Hanlon Supports
The Jimmy Fund, The Neely House, UNICEF