Writing Advice from Stephen King

You don’t have to be a horror writer or a fan to learn from Stephen King. Which is your favorite quote or writing tip?

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About shondabrock

I'm a southern in my heart and a northern in my soul. I've had a few bad wines, but for the most part I've enjoyed enough good wines that it makes up for the few bad bottles. I enjoy writing, but more than writing itself, I love telling a good story, taking my reader off on an adventure starting with "What If"…. I'm a sucker for the Paranormal Romance genre. To me, its nice to be released from "What Is Expected" and believe for 250 pages in "What If's". Its like a vacation with out passports, waiting in line and an expensive credit card bill when you return home. An additional note: I've started another blog page for Home Care. I know the two are unrelated, but in my world they are. My paying job is 100% dedicated to Home Care and educating families on their new journey. One of my favorite quotes, I leave with all of my clients. "One's destination is never a place, but a new way of seeing things." - by Henry Miller Please Enjoy, but more importantly Stay Inspired…
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5 Responses to Writing Advice from Stephen King

  1. C.S. Wilde says:

    Gotta love the King

  2. frenchc1955 says:

    Reblogged this on charles french words reading and writing and commented:
    A wonderful group of Stephen King’s quotations are offered in this post.

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  4. Got here via Charles French . Great list even though I don’t read Stephen King. Can’t handle scary. 😦

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