I'm sorry, but I see your forum post out of line. Especially the title.
Forum threads show up on Hubs and I would be offended if your forum thread shows up on my Hubs.
You are in the Creative writing area. Anyone with poems or any sort of creative writing is going to now have your forum thread on their site.
Just thought you should know.
"On Writing" is a seriously good read.
To be honest, I'm not a Stephen King fan. But I do respect his talent and impressive body of work. Learning about his background was entertaining, and then when he shares the how's and why's of writing it's a valuable lesson that all writers should heed.
Stephen King is one of my all-time favorites. He's hard to keep up with, but I've read *most* of his stuff.
Check out this forum thread to see mine and a bunch of other people's thoughts on him and their favorite SK novels:
except stephen king is an idiot. his commie liberal comments need to be kept to himself. I used to be a big fan of his until I heard an interview of him for the first time. He is such a douche bag. The first book report I did in the first grade was on Insomnia by stephen douche bag. I had to get the teacher to approve it and she did. I was an instant fan. Then I heard this man talk. He obviously stole all of his work, or forces some one else to write for him. there is no way such a moron can write that well.
I WAS reading a lot of his stuff...but stopped after becoming thoroughly disgusted with his lame ending for the Dark Tower series. Endless loop. Sheesh. Worse than deus ex machina.
Haven't read a word of his since. (Believe that happened in the summer of 2007.)
It's obvious you've got the market on good writing cornered there, buddy. It's there in your genius use of capitalization and your stunning vocabulary.
Everyone's welcome to their own opinion.
by bulletproofchris 7 years ago
Ok, I'm sure this has been asked before, but I'm fairly new here and so it will be new to me. I love Stephen King. He's my favorite living author, and the reason I decided to pursue writing as a career. What I want to know from all you King fans out there is, which is your favorite (i know, it will...
by Holle Abee 5 years ago
Have you read Under the Dome yet? I give it a thumbs up!
by Mohan Kumar 5 years ago
What is your favorite Stephen King story?There are so many great books and short stories King has written. From Carrie to Cujo, Shining to Stand, Dark Tower series... The stories that made great movies like Rita Hayworth and Shawshank Redemption, Green Mile, Stand By Me... Have you got a favorite?
by Kenna McHugh 5 months ago
“If you don't have time to read, you don't have the time (or the tools) to write. Simple as that.” ― Stephen King
by emichael 5 years ago
What is your favorite Stephen King novel? What is your favorite movie based on a Stephen King novel?
by L. Andrew Marr 9 years ago
What's your favourite Stephen King book and why?
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