The Stephen King short story, The man who loved flowers, was first published in August 1977, in Gallery magazine, and then in 1978, published in King’s collection of stories in his book, Night shift. The man who loved flowers is about a man who walks the city streets without a care in the world, stopping by a vendor to buy flowers for his true love Norma.
Stephen King‘s short story, The road virus heads north, was first published in 1999 in 999 Anthology. In 2002, it was published in King’s short story collection: Everything is eventual.
Patrick was born March 4, 1983 and from the southern city of Charlotte, North Carolina. He attended Central Cabarrus High School, later attending Appalachian State University where he studied Computer Information Systems. It wasn’t long before Patrick’s love for films would lead him to be a part of the Stephen King Universe by making a “Dollar Baby” of his own and his vision of King’s short story, Rest stop.
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.