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I’m halfway through reading Stephen King’s On Writing, and it’s fair to say it has changed me.

There’s a brilliant passage in which he describes the way he dealt with the inevitable rejection that hits all aspiring writers by sticking all the slips on a nail in the wall: 258 more words


"Danse Macabre"

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Stephen King’s non-fiction look at horror from the 1950s to 1980s, published in 1981. I read my much-loved and worn 1983 Berkley paperback. 2,945 more words

Reading Journal

Episode 36: James and Erin Write a Movie ("Redo Year's Eve 1")

Episode 36: James and Erin Write a Movie (“Redo Year’s Eve 1”)

Hey, everyone! Did you ever wish you could go back in time over and over and over again until you manage to right every tiny wrong throughout your day, and also that you and everyone around you was named Steve? 28 more words


Number Five: I Hate That I Love My E-Reader, Part One

I love books. A lot.

As far back as I can remember, I’ve always had a book in my hand. Early on I was crazy for the Hardy Boys series. 1,395 more words


5 Inspirational Quotes on Writing 

1. “Write with the door closed, rewrite with the door open. Your stuff starts out being just for you, in other words, but then it goes out.

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11.22.63: Mini Series (2016)


What I liked:

  • The opening credits. Heck yeah, it summed the book up perfectly, all the smaller things that the show might have missed.
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Book Review: The Gunslinger ☆☆☆

I’ll be honest, I haven’t read much from Stephen King. If I remember right I’ve only read some of his short stories. I’ve watched a few of the movies adapted from his books, but horror isn’t my favorite genre. 329 more words

Book Review