Jack reads selected passages
from his favorite books
Unscripted. Unrehearsed. Unedited.
The Stand, Stephen King, 1978.
You’re not reading his books, you’re living them. It’s a good writer who can make you feel he’s sharing his experiences with you, but it’s a genius who can make you feel that you are sharing your life with him . . . . You feel so comfortable in Steve’s world that you feel as if the author has become the person who is listening. Somewhere along the line, you begin to feel you’re the tale. — Reviewer
TODAY IN FROM MY LIBRARY:
These opening paragraphs from King’s epic post-apocalyptic tale is a great example of verisimilitude, an essential tool for every novelist.
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