Stephen King on Writing

When you’re trying to learn to do something, it’s good to pick out an example- someone who’s successfully done what you want to accomplish- and to learn from his or her example.

This is true whether you want to learn to dance the tango or to compete in extreme sports or to paint the ceiling of the Sistine chapel.

Or to write…

So, let’s touch base with one of the greats, Stephen King.

“Stephen King’s Top Twenty Rules For Writing”

Catherine Kane

1/21/14

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