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On Writing: A Memoir of the Craft

Stephen King is commonly associated with the genre of thrillers or mysteries. But not all of his books are. On Writing: A Memoir of the Craft… 523 more words


Here's A Little Inspiration To Get You Started.

I like to write down my dreams whenever possible. They are so vivid and filled with a ton of symbolism. Last night’s dream left me confused. 93 more words


Writing Tips

  1. Read
  2. Get drunk*
  3. Edit sober

*off your poison of choice (e.g., alcohol, love, sadness, life, grief, people, nature, music)

Here’s something I learned today: the famous quote “write drunk, edit sober” is often misattributed as Ernest Hemingway’s. 654 more words

Writing Prompt

THE OUTSIDER by Stephen King


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When Frank Peterson’s young body is found, abused and mutilated, all of the eye-witnesses agree that the last time they saw him alive, he was with Terry Maitland, coach of Flint City, Oklahoma’s Little League team and all-round upstanding citizen. 937 more words

Crime Fiction

A reader who doesn't read . . .

I’ve always read. I still have some of my Enid Blyton books, my Roald Dahls, and a fragile copy of The Secret Garden. As I grew older I started to read my parents’ books, not always appropriately; Stephen King and James Herbert were early favourites, but so too was my mum’s old copy of  604 more words


LAURIE By Stephen King-Free Story.

The story is one of Stephen King’s free ones. Hope you Stephen King fans enjoy it.

Laurie by Stephen King


Book Review: Sing, Unburied, Sing by Jesmyn Ward

A year and a half ago I read Absalom, Absalom! by William Faulkner and found within it one of my favorite passages of all time: 1,602 more words