Writer’s Quote Wednesday – Stephen King

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Thanks to Colleen over at Silver Threading for facilitating this weekly community event.


 

As we head into the month of October, my featured author for Writer’s  Quote Wednesday is Stephen King.  King, a prolific American writer of horror has published 54 novels to date.  Information on King can be found on his author’s website and his Wikipedia page.

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King is known to say that to be a writer one must read and write voraciously for  a minimum of four to six hours per day.  When I see this quote I am reminded of seeing King sitting in the stands at women’s basketball games at the University of Maine always reading a book.  Clearly he practices what he preaches.

Recently, I’ve decided I wanted to do less reading electronically and more with the actual book in hand.  I made the trip to my local library hoping to pick up Tom Clancy’s The Hunt for Red October.  Instead, I came home with three books in my book bag:

What’s in your book bag?

4 thoughts on “Writer’s Quote Wednesday – Stephen King

  1. Love the Martin Luther King Jr quote, and entirely agree with Stephen King – I think good writers are usually big readers (though perhaps not always conventionally – ie perhaps not always of books). Visiting from #weekendblogshare

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    • Thanks for stopping by and letting me know how you found me. I agree reading is important whether it is conventional or not. I recently made the choice to go back to book reading because with blogging, social media and email I spend so much of my day in front of an electronic device I felt I needed a break from it.

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  2. Pingback: Writer’s Quote Wednesday – Anne Rice | from the sticks to the bricks and back again

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