Stephen King is one of the most popular novelists in the world today and he got to that point for a reason. Stephen King is the author of many great novels and short stories and has millions of fans worldwide, in this Non-Fiction Memoir he gives the readers a sackful of tips on how to write great stories.
One great thing about this book is the fact that Stephen King is writing to the point and does not shoot false hope at the readers. He says that, if you want to be a great author, you don't get the talent just from reading tips but you do need the natural talent inside of you. If the readers were expecting to find that he tells them to read on for the sake of reading or to just put the book down. Stephen King, early in the book, makes it clear that he is not a miracle worker and that what is in this memoir is only just a little of what got him to where he is today.
If your an aspiring writer but need some tips to help give your stories the edge you want them to have then Stephen King can help you with this book but if you want a miracle then dedicate your life to God!
Stephen King offers an exciting, interesting and helpful read with this book and uses facts rather than opinion and lies. He is straight and to the point (unlike many others) and even adds some stories from his OWN life into the book just to make it a more interesting read. If you want to be a best-selling novelist someday then this book will give you just a little help but you need the talent, as Stephen constantly tells the readers.
This book is fantastic and is helpful, and interesting. It is by no means Stephen King's best book because it is fiction he excels in but believe me when I say that it is an enjoyable read nevertheless.