Wordle, Josh Wardle’s stimulating and wildly popular daily word game, is joining The New York Times’s portfolio of original, engaging puzzle games that delight and challenge solvers every day. Since Wardle, a software engineer in Brooklyn, released the guessing game to the public in October 2021, Wordle exploded in popularity and has rapidly become aContinue reading “Wordle Is Joining The New York Times Games”
In her new memoir, “Broken Horses,” the singer-songwriter Brandi Carlile takes a deep look at how “a mean, scrappy little trailer girl with the wrong clothes” became a six-time Grammy winner. Read the New York Times article HERE.
Stephen King has written some of the most beloved horror novels in the history of popular fiction, and many have been turned into equally acclaimed and successful films. Movies like “Carrie,” “Stand by Me” and “The Shawshank Redemption” have more than earned esteemed spots within the cinematic canon. Others — “Maximum Overdrive,” “Thinner,” “The DarkContinue reading “Stephen King Has Thoughts About Stephen King TV Shows”
Ah, October — crisp nights, apple-picking, leaf-peeping, Halloween. To celebrate the spookiest season, The New York Times made a list of the scariest novel set in every state. Before you pick up one of these hair-raising, shiver-inducing novels, you’re going to want to close the curtains and check the locks (twice). Of course, my favorite author,Continue reading “50 States, 50 Scares – A List of Scary Novels Set In Each State”
With more than 70 books in his catalog, Stephen King has long been one of the few blockbuster writers who regularly publishes short fiction. “If It Bleeds,” his new collection, is a strong reminder that — for an author who has produced more than a few novels of staggering length — some of his mostContinue reading “The Essential Stephen King: If You’ve Never Read His Books, Here’s Where To Start”
Congratulations to the King family. Stephen and Owen’s new novel Sleeping Beauties just hit # 4 on the New York Times Hardcover Best Seller List. Stephen King’s other son, Joe Hill also made the list. His newest collection, Strange Weather is at # 9.
Stephen King, most recently, of “Finders Keepers” has never read Jane Austen. “I do not say this with either pride or shame (or prejudice, for that matter). It’s just a fact.” Read what else the prolific author has to say about his favorite novelist, who would be invited to a literary dinner, his most personalContinue reading “The New York Times Talks To Stephen King: By The Book”
J.J. Abrams discussed some bits and pieces regarding his upcoming book simply titled S. in this New York Times interview. The book will be released on Tuesday October 29, 2013. “There is the novel itself (“Ship of Theseus”), which stands alone as its own story, and then there are the notes in the margins: aContinue reading “Do You Want To Know What J.J. Abrams’ S. Is About?”