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The Most Important Lesson From Stephen King Is Not One About Writing

In the early 70s, Stephen King had just graduated college with a teacher’s degree. He was recently married, had two kids, and no money. Unable to find a teaching job in small town Maine, he worked at New Franklin Laundry. In On Writing, part memoir, part writing advice, he shares what it was like:

“The greater part of what I loaded and pulled were…

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Niklas Göke

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I write for dreamers, doers, and unbroken optimists. Read my daily blog here: https://nik.art/

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