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My Writer’s Crush: Stephen King

Cujo

I was in the 7th grade when I first discovered Stephen King.  A friend said to me, “Have you read Cujo yet?” Now, I’ve always been a reader.  It’s a side-effect of being a military brat.  The travel, the enclosed bases, the general boredom of knowing that no matter when you do, your Dad will know about it before you get home – all of these things contributed to my love of reading.  It was a safe way to have an adventure without getting into any trouble. But I will admit, I didn’t have any idea what book she was talking about.

That was 1981. Cujo hadn’t been out long. But the school library had it, so I checked it out and I read it in two days.  And when I finished it, I went back to the library and checked out everything else they had by Stephen King.  Then I sought out everything I could find, and when I finished those, I waited impatiently for the each of the next books to come out.

I was hooked, but more than being hooked, I wanted to write the way King does.

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The Biloxi Series Books Are Available!

I pulled it off.  I managed to finish A Biloxi Christmas and get it ready for sale, and complete the print edition of The Biloxi Series - Follow Jack Roe and Kate Giveans as they solve murder and try to build a relationship in Biloxi, MississippiBiloxi Sunrise.  As a bonus, the print edition of Biloxi Sunrise has the novella in the back of the book, so anyone purchasing the book will actually be getting both with a single purchase.

It’s been a learning experience, and there are a whole lot of people I have to thank for their help in making this happen.

For the print edition, I owe Debra Kern Gaskill, author of the Jubilant Falls mystery series, a huge debt of gratitude. I never thought print was a possibility for the books.  Debra helped erase that misconception, and I am eternally grateful for that.

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