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MISERY is darkly delightful at Great Lakes Theater

“Nothin’ bad can happen to you now, not with Annie here. I’m your number one fan.” So opens the dramatic thriller ‘MISERY‘ at Great Lakes Theater, now playing at the Hanna Theatre through March 11, 2018. 1,120 more words


Falling in (Book) Love


That significant other. Someone to curl up with at the end of a long day. The one that makes you feel alive. 464 more words


Review: On Writing (Stephen King)

Publication date: September 1985
Amazon price: 
$12.99 USD (Kindle)

Rating: 5/5 stars

Synopsis: This partial autobiography and lesson in how to be a writer is easy to read and digest and entertaining to boot 183 more words


'IT' [1986] Stephen King

It began for the Losers on a day in June of 1958, the day school let out for the summer. And it ended in August, with seven desperate children in search of a creature of unspeakable evil in the drains beneath Derry, Maine. 744 more words


The Dead Zone #StephenKingReadingChallenge2018

Challenge Book: 5

My Rating: 5*

Book Title: The Dead Zone

Author: Stephen King

Publisher: Viking Press

Publication Date: August, 1979

Genre(s): Fantasy, Thriller

My Review: If I could give The Dead Zone more than 5*, I would.

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Three Secrets to Great Storytelling!

3 SECRETS TO GREAT STORYTELLING as presented on Writer’s Digest. I found this article by Steven James helpful in forming the structure of scenes.  (this is a re-blogging … 7 more words


Stealing Other People's Homework: "Russell Kirk and the Haunting of Piety Hill"

I’ve been reading SD Tucker’s two part series on Russell Kirk in Fortean Times“. It’s part of his “Strange Statesman” series.

The installments mostly look into the strange occult beliefs of various politicians and political philosophers. 80 more words

Stealing Other People's Homework