Just about everyone in the world know’s who Stephen King is. He is well-known around the world for scaring us with his books, movies, and television series. He is one of the biggest authors of our generation and with over 60 novels, over 50 films, and many well deserved awards under his belt – King has earned his spot in writing history.
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James Turrentine, our lead character, is a famous writer who knows everything there is to know about the film industry, and I mean… EVERYTHING… from the glitz and glamour, right down to the ugly, backstabbing side of the corporate film studios.
Posted May 10th, 2015. Add a comment
Stephen King. A writer that is without question, the “Master Storyteller of our Generation”. He will go down in literature history along with the works of Edgar Allan Poe, H.P. Lovecraft, Ray Bradury, and Bram Stoker. Part of King’s success is the writer’s who bring his personal life and works to the spotlight for fans around the world to learn from. There are many books about King, his works, and specific Companions that help explain everything you ever wanted to know about that particular story.
Posted March 14th, 2015. Add a comment
Secrets is a roller coaster ride from start to finish. Taking place during Nazi Germany, a secret agent’s parents are assassinated and makes it his life’s goal to find out who and why this happened? During his quest, he is assisted by a Black Ops agent, Christina, who is beatiful as well as smart to help him track down the clues and suspects.
Posted February 23rd, 2015. Add a comment
Stephen King: “the writer of our generation“. That is how most fans would refer to the biggest best-seller of our time. For the last 40 years, Stephen King has written almost 60 books, 100′s and 100′s of short stories, scripts, screenplays, a musical play, poems, as well as, acting and directing. He is certainly a man who just refuses to slow down, not even after his life-threatening hit and run accident in 1999.
Posted December 8th, 2014. Add a comment
One of my favorite things about books is that I enjoy biographies. I love learning about people, how it was in the beginning, how far they’ve come, and the rise to fame and all the struggles it took to get there. I’m one of those readers who likes to look “behind the curtain” and see what’s being hidden from us no matter how fascinating or scary it might be. Most of the time I’m reading “horror” books (Stephen King mostly), but on occasion I take a break for a biography that just might grab my interest long enough to give it my full attention.
Posted November 15th, 2014. Add a comment
There have been lots of books about the horror genre, the individuals who directed or wrote tales of horror that have scared us for decades. There are many names that come to mind, but if you want the best there is three that have completely changed the face of horror not just in film, but in books as well.
Posted September 3rd, 2014. Add a comment
I have always been a firm believer in the “independent” artist. Those who struggle to get their work out there in the world to be seen or read. Those who stay up late at night, losing sleep, sacrificing, pouring their heart and soul into their work, slamming the keyboards as fast and hard as they can till they almost bleed, and to the ones who have a dream … a dream to get that one film or one story out there that would change their lives forever.
Posted July 9th, 2014. Add a comment
There are certain times in the year we get excited, certain “events”. The holidays, 1st Day of Summer, latest big blockbuster at your local movie theater. However, for King fans, none of these come close to the release of a new Stephen King book.
Posted June 25th, 2014. Add a comment
First off, I never even knew this book existed until a friend of mine had an extra copy and was willing to make a trade. It was certainly worth it and I thank him for that. The book is a collection of Hans exclusive interviews with everyone from filmmakers such as, Frank Darabont, Mick Garris, and “Dollar Baby” filmmakers to writers such as, Peter Straub, Stephen Spignesi, Bev Vincent, and Robin Furth. And of course, he has interviewed the man himself, Stephen King.