How many Stephen King novels have characters who are writers?
In nineteen Stephen King's novels there's a character who is a writer. King uses writers in his novels quite often because he knows which kind of problems writers may run in the writing process.
There are many authors who might have written one of several novels. Some of the famous writers who have written novels recently include Stephen King, Daniel Silva, Claire Chilton, and Alex Flynn.
Stephen King answered this question himself in a non-fiction book about his writing. He said that he is often asked why he chooses horror novels and his reply is 'what makes you think I have a choice?'. See the book 'Danse Macabre' by Stephen King.
That is an opinion, and it is different with every person.
Stephen King is known for writing many horror novels and some other genres. one of his bestselling horror novel is "It".
Stephen Kin is famous for writing horror and suspense novels. Some of his most popular novels include The Green Mile, Carrie and Pet Cemetery.
Stephen King has written Carrie and Firestarter. He has written 56 novels. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stephen_King_bibliography
Stephen King is a man and some of the film rights to his novels were sold to aspiring directors for $1, but that is all I know
I believe he has written 73 novels including The Green Mile series which came out as a part-work.
If this was multiple choice, it may be answerable. Stephen King may have been prolific but almost all novels in human history have not been written by him.
Stephen King is an author that has written terrifying novels that have been featured on the New York Times-bestsellers list. Several of his books have been adapted into films.
the narrator for the Lawnmower man trailer credited Stephen king as the author of that film. Stephen king had in fact written a short story in one of his novels short stories books, but it had NOTHIN to do with the science fiction film.
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Carrie and Cujo, both Stephen King novels
The Langoliers is one of four novels published in the Stephen King book Four Past Midnight in 1990.
So far I have heard he is working on two novels... Mr. Mercedes and Revival
Some modern writers include Anne Rice, Stephen King, and Nora Roberts. They are all best-selling writers with hundreds of published books between them.
He has co-written at least one book with Peter Staub.
He released three novels in that year. They were "The Eyes of the Dragon", "Misery", and "The Dark Tower II".
He does, of a sort. His book On Writing: A Memoir of the Craft is partly autobiographical, as well as being a guide for aspiring writers.
Stephen King parrticularly is very much influenced by the earlier gothic writings.
Stephen King is one of America's most prolific and successful writers. However, he is also one of its most banned writers as well. His "The Dead Zone" was banned in 1992 and taken off many middle school library shelves based on a rape scene, various sexual situations and inappropriate language.
Many people consider Stephen King to be a great writer, but the term "classic" is normally reserved for writers who have remained popular for at least 50 years, and King does not yet qualify by that standard, although he very well may become a classic writer in the future.
In The Shawshank Redemption, Buxton is located in Maine, the state where author Stephen King sets many of his novels.
What director has had two Oscar nominations for the green mile and The Shawshank Redemption two period pieces based on Stephen King prison novels?
No, Stephen King does not play a cameo role in Misery. It would have been very difficult to fit him in, since the entire story has only four or five characters and it all takes place in one house.
There are many, many horror stories. An author who writes a lot of horror fiction is Stephen King. Some novels by him include: Carrie The Shining It
Stephen King is American.
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Stephen King paid for the renovation and expansion of the public library in Bangor, Maine. He also built a state of the art Little League stadium there, as well as a bandstand in the park. He is also active in campaigns to promote literacy and find publishers for struggling writers.
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Stephen King is an author, not a priest.
As of 2011, King has written and published 49 novels, including seven under the pen name Richard Bachman, five non-fiction books, and nine collections of short stories.
No, they are not related. I know Marlene personally from before she "made it", we use to hang out as well as work together, so I know her back ground. No family history.
Fictional Maine Towns: Castle Rock, Derry, Chester's Mill, Jackson's Cross, Unincorporated Township TR90, Mutton, etc...
There is symbolism throughout modern American literature, and it can be found in a variety of different types of novels. There are symbols in everything from Twilight and Harry Potter to Stephen King.
Stephen King did not appear in Dreamcatcher.
Stephen King has three kids.
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No. Stephen King is a European American.
Stephen King has written: 'The tommyknockers'
Stephen King has one brother; David King.
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The same as the plot of the book "It" by Stephen King.
Misery, by Stephen King, was published in 1987
Stephen King did not appear in the movie Dreamcatcher.
Stephen King was born on September 21, 1947.
Stephen King jr was born in 1841.
Stephen King jr died in 1915.