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Stephen King has some pretty interesting thoughts on writing. I’m almost done reading his book On Writing and I love it. I’ve never read any of his fiction books and may never, but I’ve enjoyed this one. I’m just not into scary books.
I first read On Writing because so many students gave it as the trigger for enrolling on a creative writing course. Definitely one to read if you want to be a writer. King is a great storyteller, although at times I wish an editor would say, enough already…
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Reblogged this on Imaginings of a Grateful Man and commented:
It is the Goldilocks question I often ask myself. “Is it too little, too much, or just right?”