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King in Shorts, or, The Allure of the Peculiar Little Town By Kris Ashton

Rachel’s voice was grating, full of dirt. ‘Darling,’ it said. That was the moment I fell in love with the writing of Stephen King. I was eight or nine—old enough to read and understand the prose in an adult novel, but not quite old enough to get through one—and had […]

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Full Dark, No Stars- Second Review: Big Driver

As promised, I will continue reviewing the novellas in Stephen King’s latest collection (Full Dark, No Stars), as I finish each one.  Where to begin with “Big Driver”?  This is a tough one.  I had no idea what it was about at all when I began reading it.  If you […]

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What’s everybody reading?

I’m planning on running out and getting the new Stephen King collection, “[amazon_link id=”1439192561″ target=”_blank” ]Full Dark, No Stars[/amazon_link].”  I’m sure it will be pleasing to the palate, as I love all S. K. story collections.  I recently picked up Neil Gaiman’s “[amazon_link id=”0060530944″ target=”_blank” ]The Graveyard Book[/amazon_link],” and am […]

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