People places and things stephen king

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People, Places, and Things by Stephen King


(Uncollected and Unpublished by Rocky Wood)


People, Places and Things was self-published in 1960 by Stephen Kings own publishing company at the time - Triad & Gaslight Books. It is a collection of 18 single page stories that were co-authored at the age of 13 with school friend Chris Chelsey

I’m only reading King’s stories at this point. I’ll read Chelsey’s when I’ve finished my King re-read.

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An overall rating of 3***

• The Hotel At The End Of The Road - Stephen King
• Genius - Chris Kelsey
• Top Forty News, Weather, and Sports - Chris Chelsey
• Bloody Child - Chris Chelsey
• The Dimension Warp- Stephen King (lost)
• I’ve Got To Get Away- Stephen King
• The Thing At The Bottom Of The Well - Stephen King
• Reward - Chris Chelsey
• The Stranger- Stephen King
• A Most Unusual Thing - Chris Chelsey
• Gone - Chris Chelsey
• Theyve Come - Chris Chelsey
• Im Falling - Stephen King (lost)
• The Cursed Expedition - Stephen King
• The Other Side of the Fog - Stephen King
• Scared - Chris Chelsey
• Curiosity Kills the Cat - Chris Chelsey
• Never Look Behind You - Stephen King & Chris Chelsey

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#1 - Hotel At The End Of The Road - 3***
This is the reason I don’t like King’s short stories. I wanted more. Lots more.

#5 - The Dimension Warp- Stephen King (story lost)

#6 - I’ve Got To Get Away- Stephen King – 3***
Loved it!

#7 - The Thing At The Bottom Of The Well – 3***
Reminded me, just a little, of Pennywise.

#9 – The Stranger – 2**
I didn’t enoy this one as much as some of the others.

#13 – I’m Falling (lost)

#14 - The Cursed Expedition – 3***
Loved it!

#15 - The Other Side of the Fog – 3***
The end made me smile.

#18 - Never Look Behind You - Stephen King & Chris Chelsey – 2**
I didn’t enjoy this one so much.


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Published 11.12.2018

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Stephen King is one of the most prolific authors alive, known for writing horror, fantasy, and psychological thrillers. His books have sold more than million copies. Here's some background on the Maine-based writer and a bibliography , featuring details about some of his most notable works. King graduated from the University of Maine in but did not sell his first novel, "Carrie," until Here's a look at his work both before and during college. In the late s and early s, King wanted to write more than one book per year, but his publishers were concerned about over-saturating the market.

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Gresh and Robert Weinberg. Rausch and Ronald Riley. Writing on Stephen King Less than a decade into his remarkable career, Stephen King inspired what can only be called a cottage industry of volumes about his life and work. In a essay, Stephen King expert Michael Collings relates a story involving a term paper his son has been assigned. A college professor, in handing out a list of approved topics — all American authors — is questioned as to why neither Stephen King nor many of his contemporaries are listed. Collings refutes this claim vehemently, indicating several dozen books exclusively about King, not to mention more dozens of essays and hundreds of reviews, ranging from the scholarly to the fan-press variety.

Stephen King: Uncollected, Unpublished , there are numerous unpublished works by Stephen King that have come to light throughout King's career. These allegedly include novels and short stories, most of which remain unfinished. Most are stored among Stephen King's papers in the special collections of the Raymond H. Fogler Library at the University of Maine , some of which are freely accessible to the library's visitors. However, others require King's permission to read.

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  2. As Pete Jacob's stepped out, the fog immediately swallowed up his house and he could see nothing but the white blanket all around him.

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