So, we hit the 10-year mark on the last book of The Dark Tower series this year, but in case you, like me, are a F/SF fan that totally missed the whole thing because the bookstores file it under Literature with the rest of King’s work (WHY!?), I will alert you that yes, there are decade-old spoilers straight after the cut.
After I finished reading On Writing by Stephen King in mid-October, I decided I liked the way that America’s bestselling author wrote. Next time I stopped at Half-Priced Books, I loaded down with over a dozen of his books and stumbled back home.
Honestly, I jumped order on my First-In First-Out queue for this. There are so many other books I should be reading first. But then
(what’s six hours on a vacation going to hurt?)
Oh God, the stream of consciousness interjections have started. And is that blood trickling down my thigh? Oh Christ Almighty, my anus is bleeding!
I started Stephen King’s On Writing on 10/14/2012. I finished it 10/16/2012. For the next two weeks, I debated whether or not I should write about my experience. Such a widely acclaimed author as Stephen King surely doesn’t need my help!
Oh hell, it looks like I’m reviewing this anyways.