It’s been a good few weeks since I sat down and wrote the first draft of a blog at my desk at home, rather than on my lunch break at work.… Read the rest
This will be the section of the blog where I say something about my life before I dive into talking about how I’m not going to talk about Stephen King and then the review.… Read the rest
When are you reading this? When was it released?
11th of May, I think is the plan.
Well, it was finished on Friday the 19th of April, meaning it took six days to read.… Read the rest
I’m not sure I’ve ever finished writing one blog and transitioned straight into the next before.
It’s too organised. It smacks of professionalism, and that isn’t me.
This is going to be a tough one to write.
That’s not to say Salem’s Lot has any emotional relevance to me. I won’t struggle to get through it before the waterfall of my tears sends sparks flying from my keyboard.… Read the rest
And so it begins — the final leg.
When I picked up Carrie, I had just twenty-seven books remaining. The seven Harry Potter books, four David Wellington Vampire novels, the first eight in the Darren Shan Zom-B series, and eight books by Stephen King-the first seven he published under his name and his non-fiction, On Writing.… Read the rest
This blog comes at a very inconvenient time.
See, I’ve taken a week off work to catch up on my blogging and to finish the latest draft of my book, and things have been going well.… Read the rest
This is going to be difficult.
I know I keep saying this but I’m now nine blogs behind. I’ve read so many words since putting down the subject of today’s review, I’m no longer able to recall what happened.… Read the rest
Time is a funny thing.
If you’re reading this blog on release day (doubt it) it’s been ten days since a Man vs Bookshelf blog was last released.… Read the rest