On Writing
On Writing A Memoir of the Craft By King, Stephen Book - 2001

Inept readers call this a novel; many reviewers totally miss the point King clearly makes at the incept: he tells us how he bacame an author, and even though he had a better backgroud for becoming a successful writer, he tells us we all can do so; and he clearly says few will become great writers. He then describes how we can become at least competent writers. He uses personal illustrations to allow us to see more clearly that most literate people (there are actually very few these days after years of black history in government schools) can become competent writers.

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