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Back In The (Dead) Zone

The following is in response to The Dead Zone, a book by Stephen King. I started this year off right with a reading challenge on Goodreads.com and I set my bar at twenty books. That might sound kind of low … Continue reading

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Misery

I began reading this Stephen King novel last July when I was returning from a trip to Colorado. I had no idea at the time that his character Paul Sheldon was just on his way to Colorado; he had finished a book, destroying the … Continue reading

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Cycle of The Werewolf

The following is in response to Cycle of The Werewolf by Stephen King. If you are looking for a relatively short but good, and not to mention chilling, read then look no further. Cycle of the Werewolf was the third … Continue reading

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The Obstacle In Our Path

The following is in response to Robert Loius Stevenson’s “The Obstacle in our Path.” Stevenson’s gem of a flash prose piece provides an inspiring insight: “Every obstacle presents an opportunity to improve our condition.” To me, this also implies that … Continue reading

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