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A Skinny Guy

Wow. New England. Stephen King has a running love/hate relationship with it, probably because he understands it inside and out. Hearts in Atlantis  brings us this guy who Stephen King sketches so clearly with his words.


So it’s back to the Tower for me this week, or rather was back to the Tower in the indeterminate time between semi-weekly blog posts. I’ve run through volume two of the Dark Tower: The Drawing of the Three, and then through volume three, The Waste Lands, and while the adamant non-Stephen King readers out there aren’t going to be converted no matter what I say, there’s a lot to be found in each volume that speaks to King working at the peak of his powers, to tell the biggest story he’s told before or after, and never mind that swerving asshole in the van. 2,484 more words

REAL HORROR: The Road Virus: Reading Is Infectious

Good morning Boils and Ghouls. I have a special treat for you today that does not deal in horror movies, but rather horror books. Reading horror has always been a medium in the genre that I took a while to get into, but as soon as I met friends like… 784 more words


The Night Flier

This a personal favorite of a good friend of mines. So when he heard I was doing another round of Stephen King adaptations for the Christmas season again, he heavily suggested this film. 575 more words


Ms Ng our Writing teacher rocked and railed

Senior year, a bunch of us signed up for Ms Ng’s Writing Class.

Everyone said she was an “Easy A” and keeping a journal and a creating a blog were all we had to do.   221 more words


Stephen King * 11/22/63 Book review

I must say I love this book. It’s hefty in size but unlike Under the domeInsomnia or Needful Things, it wasn’t filled with unnecessary description of people and places but filled with stories about life and change. 1,561 more words

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To Read - Christmas List

It’s been a while since I’ve felt that burning need to consume and devour books. I think a big part of my sudden surge in motivation is that I have been switching between reading formats. 331 more words

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