Secret Windows: Essays and Fiction On The Craft Of Writing

Stephen King
non-fiction
Secret Windows: Essays and Fiction On The Craft Of Writing - Stephen King

...Exclusive Book-Of-The-Month-Club anthology of hard to find non-fiction pieces, little known interviews, short stories, and articles about writing for those looking for direction on how to find their own "windows" – or for anyone wishing to be touched by Stephen King's humor and wisdom...

Included in this collection are unpublished early fiction (very early; King was 12 when he wrote "Jumper" and"Rush Call"; a pre-Carrie article with tips for selling stories to men's magazines ("The Horror Writer and the Ten Bears: A True Story"); advice to his son on writing ( with the look-twice title "Great Hookers I Have Known"); recommendations to teen readers in a "Seventeen" article ("What Stephen King Does For Love"); a long chapter from his wonderful treatise on the horror genre ("Horror Fiction" from Danse Macabre); and even a first-time-in-print short story, "In The Deathroom"(just for fun).

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Release date: 2000
Genres: non-fiction
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Updated: January 16, 2017