Alone we can do so little; together we can do so much. Helen Keller

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Stephen King
Stephen King
  • Country: Australia
  • Books: 4
  • Profession: Author, and Sales Manager
  • Born: 12 May
  • Member Since: Apr 2019
  • Profile Views: 288
  • Followers: 1
  • Writing:

    Crime Fiction Thrillers Suspense Romantic Suspense
BIOGRAPHY

I left Perth, Australia to go East and find fame and fortune in the music business as a long-haired rock guitarist. I wrote poems and music, and my band used to open for some pretty big groups in my wild days. I gave it all up for love and got married (as you do when the right one comes along). Then, real life took over, children came along and I threatened to write a book for so many years my long-suffering wife eventually pushed me into it by buying me a laptop and said: "No more excuses, do it." And so began this amazing journey.

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Thirty-Three Days

Publish Date: Jul 18, 2018

Genre: Romantic Suspense

avg rating5 - 12 reviews on Amazon

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Stephen King's Books

Thirty-Three Days

Thirty-Three Days

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Publication Date: Jul 18, 2018

Romantic Suspense

5 (12 ratings)

Forever Night

Forever Night

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Publication Date: Oct 25, 2016

Crime Fiction

3.6 (16 ratings)

Glimpse, Memoir of a Serial Killer (Deadly Glimpses Book 1)

Glimpse, Memoir of a Serial Killer (Deadly Glimpses Book 1)

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Publication Date: Oct 01, 2018

Crime Fiction

5 (8 ratings)

Glimpse, The Beautiful Deaths (Deadly Glimpses Book 2)

Glimpse, The Beautiful Deaths (Deadly Glimpses Book 2)

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Publication Date: Apr 10, 2019

Crime Fiction

4.7 (4 ratings)

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    • What, in your opinion, are the most important elements of good writing?
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      • stephenking 1 month Post AdminAuthor
      • For me, it all about the characters. If I can create characters that the reader invests in, and cares what happens to them, then hold on tight, we are going on a roller coaster. The best plot lines in the world become boring if the reader doesn't care about the people. A writer I admire very much once said, when the story slows down, put your protagonist up a tree and throw rocks at him/her. That is very good advice for any aspiring writer.
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