On Writing: A Memoir of the Craft

On Writing

Authors: Stephen King,

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His books went on to become record-breaking bestsellers. His name resonates in every library and bookstore. In this book, Stephen King shares the tale of his writing career. In it, you will find the inspiration to write even if you’re battling life and death, just as he did after his fatal accident in 1999.

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