Writing Tips From Stephen King Posted on June 28, 2019June 28, 2019 by Hans Swaniawski by Hans Swaniawski Post navigation Broken Heart- Sad Poetry Emotional Status Heart Touching Shayari for Whatsapp Status Tiktok 2019500e Chromebook with GSuite for Education 44 thoughts on “Writing Tips From Stephen King” Stephen King is legendary! Writing 6 pages per day is his professional system to get work done! I hold great respect for him. He is actually good in this comedy skit!😅 Reply Tip one: have an insane amount of luck to get paid to write. Reply Just awesome. Reply Hahaha He basically just told everyone to start reading more of his own books. He basically just said to hell with the other authors and their books lol Have been a huge fan of his since I was old enough to read. Pet sematary is my favorite of all. Yeah, the movie is pretty disturbing, but it has nothing on the novel. It is by far the most frightening thing I have ever read in my life. There was actually a point in the book , where I had to stop and debate on continuing. The beginning of the book isn't too bad, but the further you read, it just spirals down into darkness and the images are graphic. Yet, it is by far the best horror novel I have ever read. Definitely one of those " Sleep with the lights on" kind of books. Reply I already read all those books. Reply If you need tips there is a Stephen King book for it is called on writing Reply 0:35 xD Reply Yes go Stephen King!!!!! Reply Stephen king's okay, but he pales in comparison to Richard Bachmann. Reply Ugh that second tip was probably annoying for him ‘cause “All work and no play makes jack a dull boy” was in the film but not the book Reply Wow,five months ago. Reply What the hell? :'D How can he show that picture with such a straight face!? xxxxxD Reply Lol Stephen king is great and so Savage Reply Stephen king is the greatest story teller of all time. Thank you 4 all your amazing work Reply Genius. Reply You're not even trying anymore, are you? Reply Also don’t use the word “awesome” Reply I usually have to write for a while, read it and then gut it. Reply Now I want to see Stephen King vs. Mark Hamill in a "cringiest dad joke" contest. Reply I never read you get the idea, sounds very interesting Reply LMAOGreat author great show. Reply My god, that monster was like something out of the Cthulhu mythos! Reply Oh come on. The sarcasm here is just too much haha Reply haha Reply Steve, Could you tell us how much time do we spend for reading every day consistently? Reply Thanks steve!! Reply Super important tips. Reply Greatest writer ever.My favorite one indeed and my inspiration as a writer Reply You know, it never really occurred to me that Stephen King might be hilarious. Today I learned something. Reply He would actually be hilarious in a comedy as the straight man. I would love to see him doing deadpan comedy Reply Hahahahahahahahhhh Reply Such wise words! Reply Nice to know he has a good sense of humor. Reply Carrie is my favorite novel by him Reply He is amazing hahaha Reply 😂😂😂😂😂😂👍 Reply Stephen King's forum is a bunch of retired and unemployed losers over 50 who have nothing better to do. The moderator is also a cunt. Reply I love how he said "to develop as the writer you have to read constantly" and than, gives only examples of his own books XD Reply The greatest there ever was. Reply Mr King… If you are there… here I have some questions… I've already read the shining, now I am reading Carrie… well the books written by you, I have are Cujo, 11.22.63, Doctor Sleep, It and the dark tower series… what should I read after Carrie?? Reply this wouldve been a good april fools video Reply I love that he says read books constantly and gives a list of his books Reply I figured out old trick come from behind 📷 stops disappear Reply He stole "it was a dark,and stormy night " from #snoopy. I remember Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.