Tag Archives: Stephen King

SELF-DOUBT? I DOUBT IT.

Over at the Kill Zone today, James Scott Bell posted a very articulate blog about self-doubt among writers. According to Jim, virtually all writers are gripped with fear for most of their lives, 100% certain that they will be exposed as frauds or worse. Even the likes of Stephen King, Jim says, live in fear […]

OH, IF ONLY THEY’D HAD COMPUTERS IN 13TH-CENTURY ENGLAND

Scott D Parker posted a blog on the Do Some Damage site today which got me to thinking. He posited the analogy of a book to a concert t-shirt. When you read a book, according to Scott, the book becomes an artifact of the reading experience, in much the same manner as a t-shirt becomes […]