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computer-screenStephen King’s On Writing is one of the best books out there on the craft of writing.   If you are a writer and don’t own it, it is well worth the investment. Written by Millionaire’s D…


Comments on: "36 KILLER WRITING TIPS FROM STEPHEN KING (10 min read)" (16)

  1. This is one of the best writing books I’ve ever read – he tells it like it is and his personal story is brilliantly interwoven throughout. Always good to have a reminder!

    • I treasure my copy, Annika. King’s On Writing is one of those read/reread resources whose personal stories and tips never grow old. Thanks for sharing your thoughts. Happy Reading & Writing! 🙂 ❤

  2. Wouldn’t let me read without signing up, so i didn’t read. I’ve got too many subscriptions to far too many things already. One more might bury me. Maybe I’ll just buy the book!

    • Know what you mean, Marilyn. If you haven’t read King’s OnWriting yet, I highly recommend it to every writer. If you have a copy, you know just what I mean. Thanks for stopping by, my friend. Have a fantastic week! 🙂

  3. I keep meaning to buy this book. Maybe today is the day! Thanks for the share, Bette.

  4. I gave this book to all the members of my critique group last year for Christmas!

  5. This was one of the first “books on tape” that I bought from Audible years ago. I enjoyed it then. Maybe it’s time to revisit it. Thanks.

  6. This has been on my shelf for awhile and I still haven’t read it. I really need to crack it open. Thanks for the reminder! 🙂

  7. Hi Bette, I couldn’t read without signing up, which I don’t want to do right now. I’m feeling a bit overwhelmed as it is. But maybe I’ll do some Stephen King research, so thanks for sharing anyway. 🙂 Lauren

    • Thanks for the visit and the note, Lauren. If you haven’t read King’s ON WRITING, be sure to check it out. It holds a treasure trove of writing tips as Stephen King shares his personal writing journey. Have a great day and happy reading & writing! 🙂

  8. Of all the writing books I’ve read and they are legion, ‘On Writing’ by Stephen King is by far the best. However after reading almost all his books, I haven’t liked his last few. Could be that I’m growing tired of the genre, or he is.:)

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