Category: Stephen King

September 2022 Reading Review

Hello Readers! I’m back with another monthly update, this time for September. Wow, did my reading slow down this month! That was expected, though, as school is back in session and this year, I’m on the teaching and learning sides of things (teaching an… Continue Reading “September 2022 Reading Review”

March Reviewed and April’s Holy Vedas

March Reading Review Before I get into reading stuff, some updates on the writing life. First, have I shared here that I’m the new Columnist for LGBTQ+ Literature & Craft at DIY MFA? I can’t recall; but my first article went live in early-February… Continue Reading “March Reviewed and April’s Holy Vedas”

Stephen King’s The Institute

I think I have been lucky with Stephen King so far. I’ve heard from other readers that some of his books are a real bore, just slogs to get through. The ones that come to mind are The Tommyknockers and Dolores Claiborne, two that… Continue Reading “Stephen King’s The Institute”

The Outsider by Stephen King

The Outsider by Stephen King was one of my most anticipated releases of 2018, and one of only two books that I actually pre-ordered this year. I’ve always been a King fan, but something about the description and his development over the last couple of… Continue Reading “The Outsider by Stephen King”

A Garden, A Maze, A Sematary*

In this second “potpour-reads” post, I share some quick thoughts on three recent reads, all of which were completed in May. The Secret Garden was a title on my Classics Club Challenge list. The Burning Maze is third in the Trials of Apollo series… Continue Reading “A Garden, A Maze, A Sematary*”