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SimplyScripts Screenwriting Discussion Board    All Things Steven King  ›  Non-Fiction - To Write is Human, to Edit is Divine Moderators: Warren
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Discuss any of Stephen King’s non-fiction works or to give a book review. It’s also a good place to talk about writing lessons learnt from King with regards to things like character development, story structure, and the craft of writing as a whole.

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