You Could Have Cut The Lack of Surprise and Spread it On Bread

(In the Tall Grass) This story is neither a book, nor a collection of shorter fiction, nor the first short e-story of King’s to appear online. It’s just a Kindle Single, with one important distinction — it’s an example of something that we’ll see again, a collaboration between King and one of his sons. I’m … Continue reading You Could Have Cut The Lack of Surprise and Spread it On Bread

Unless Dead or Insane, I Will Be Writing About Tomorrow’s Game

(Faithful) I love horror. Even stories that I don’t necessarily love tend to interest me on a concept level. You know what I don’t love? Sports. Do you know what sport I particularly don’t love? Baseball (well, and also football, but that’s not relevant here.) If Stephen King and a friend had teamed up to … Continue reading Unless Dead or Insane, I Will Be Writing About Tomorrow’s Game

Boys Are Bad. All Boys Are Bad. It’s Axiomatic.

(The Talisman) Whew. This one took me awhile. I’m not sure why. I’m often a little wary of collaborations — I find that just because I like one author in the collaboration doesn’t mean that I’ll like the other, or the mixture of the two. I avoided The Talisman and Black House for years because … Continue reading Boys Are Bad. All Boys Are Bad. It’s Axiomatic.