What Stephen King Says About Writing May Frighten You

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I have to admit that for a long time, I wouldn’t read anything written by Stephen King. I was always afraid that his horror stories would keep me awake at night. After reading numerous term papers about this author, however, I finally asked my class to recommend a King story or two that wouldn’t frighten me. Surprisingly, I liked what I read.

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Jim LaBate works as a writing specialist in The Writing Center at Hudson Valley Community College (HVCC) in Troy, New York.

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Jim LaBate

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Jim LaBate works as a writing specialist in The Writing Center at Hudson Valley Community College (HVCC) in Troy, New York.

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