Stephen King’s Advice on Becoming a Writer

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I’m busy juggling boys and revisions, but I found an expert to give you advice on being a writer…

Love this!

What’s your favorite genre to read outside of children’s literature? Favorite author? Favorite book? What are you reading that expands your book pallet?

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  1. “Busy juggling boys and revisions” — I’m sure you mean your sons, but that sounds delightful! I’m busy with revisions, but sadly no boys to juggle. 🙂

    Great video, thanks for posting. I read a ton of YA but not much outside it, maybe it’s time to check out some of the adult bestsellers I keep hearing about!

    • *giggle* I’m a huge fan of Chris Cleave–he really captures my attention with the way he thinks. Fascinating.

  2. I enjoyed the novels “She’s Come Undone” and “I Know This Much Is True”
    by Wally Lamb. However, my favorite novel is “The Good Earth” by Pearl S. Buck. In fact, after reading “The Good Earth” in junior high I knew I wanted to be an author. I enjoy literary/suspense with an offbeat/quirky style of writing. I’ve read several novels by Stephen King, but have been disappointed by his latest work. I do agree with what he had to say in the clip and I try to read at least an hour a day.

  3. Ahhhhh my to-read list is going to get a lot longer today! LOL!

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