Stephen King Reveals On “CBS Sunday Morning” He Used The Paperback Advance From His First Novel “Carrie” To Make Sure His Mother Never Had To Work Again

Stephen King grew up poor but his writing has made him a very wealthy man, and he praises his mother for giving him the room to become a writer. King reveals now that he used the paperback royalties from his first novel, Carrie, to allow his mother to stop working, he tells CBS Sunday MorningContinue reading “Stephen King Reveals On “CBS Sunday Morning” He Used The Paperback Advance From His First Novel “Carrie” To Make Sure His Mother Never Had To Work Again”

Bryan Fuller To Direct Remake of Stephen King’s Christine For Blumhouse

Emmy nominee Bryan Fuller (Pushing Daisies, Heroes, Star Trek: Discovery) will write and direct a new adaptation of Stephen King’s classic horror novel Christine for Sony Pictures and Blumhouse. The project will serve as the Hannibal creator’s feature directing debut. Fuller reportedly plans to set the new version of the story in the 1980s andContinue reading “Bryan Fuller To Direct Remake of Stephen King’s Christine For Blumhouse”

Stephen King’s Daily Routine Involves Four Hours of Writing And A Nap In The Afternoon

Before Stephen King gets out of bed at 6 a.m., he makes a mental inventory of the things he’s grateful for. “It’s a nice way to start the day because you get a chance to almost do a review of your current life, your current status,” says King, 73. His family, friends and dog—a corgiContinue reading “Stephen King’s Daily Routine Involves Four Hours of Writing And A Nap In The Afternoon”

Stephen King On Why Lisey’s Story Was One He Had To Adapt Himself

Dig into a Stephen King novel or watch one of his film adaptations, and life’s joys quickly become life’s terrors. Cars are wicked man traps. Prom is a nightmare. Dogs? Total snuff machines. But ask Pablo Larraín, the director of “Lisey’s Story,” the new supernatural mini-series based on King’s 2006 novel, and in King’s world,Continue reading “Stephen King On Why Lisey’s Story Was One He Had To Adapt Himself”

Chapelwaite First Look: How Stephen King’s “Jerusalem’s Lot” Became A TV Series

There’s something in the walls of the large old house. Rodents, most likely. Or maybe it’s just the new occupant’s imagination. The source of the scraping and whispering actually turns out to be something neither the characters nor the audience expects—and the same may be true of this new series itself. Chapelwaite draws its inspirationContinue reading “Chapelwaite First Look: How Stephen King’s “Jerusalem’s Lot” Became A TV Series”

Stephen King On Scary Stalkers, Being ‘Canceled’ By J.K. Rowling, And Navigating Trauma

Not merely content with being the master of supernatural horror and one of the most prolific authors of his time, with 62 novels under his belt and counting, Stephen King has emerged as the undisputed champ of source material. There are too many classic film adaptations of King works to list them all, from CarrieContinue reading “Stephen King On Scary Stalkers, Being ‘Canceled’ By J.K. Rowling, And Navigating Trauma”

The Folio Society Announces Misery By Stephen King

The Folio Society has announced the Collector’s Edition of Misery by Stephen King. A taut, gripping thriller, Misery is arguably Stephen King’s greatest novel. Award-winning illustrator Edward Kinsella’s deeply haunting artwork and striking binding design make this the ultimate collector’s edition. Two weeks after a near-fatal car crash, author Paul Sheldon regains consciousness in aContinue reading “The Folio Society Announces Misery By Stephen King”

Stephen King Short Fiction Paperback Boxed Set

Four Stephen King short fiction paperbacks will be collected in a boxed set which will be released on October 5, 2021. The set includes softcover editions of The Mist, Apt Pupil, The Body, and The Sundog housed in a slipcase. You can pre-order the set HERE.

Dark Hearts: The World’s Most Famous Horror Writers

Sometimes the truth can be much scarier than fiction. And this collection is no exception. Uncover what fascinated and frightened some of our favorite horror writers of all time. Who are the people who make our hearts race and our minds spin? Why are they so good at making us fear what goes bump inContinue reading “Dark Hearts: The World’s Most Famous Horror Writers”

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