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Stephen King is a very well known writer who wrote many best-selling books He wrote both horror and drama books but even the drama books seemed to have a disturbing edge to them Stephen Kings mind is probably very twisted yet very interesting judging by the stories he wrote His creativity probably came from his childhood As a child he grew up on a farm giving him lots of time to use his imagination His creativity started as a child He would often play cruel pranks on his brother that would scare him for days but these pranks where not normal childhood pranks they where very much thought out and most likely took a lot of time to prepare In his free time when he was not trying to scare his brother he liked to write He often wrote short stories coming up with one scary monster after another This creativity and love of writing is still with him today Many of the stories that he wrote turned out to be movies Carrie Cojo The Stand and Pet Sematary to name a few The two books that I read by Stephen King are part one of The Green Mile The Two Dead Girls and The Girl Who Loved Tom Gordon Stephen king was born on September 21st 1947 in Portland Maine General Hospital Stephen had an older brother who was born and adopted in 1945 Stephen was raised mostly by his mother Nellie Roth Pillsbury His father Donald King went out for a pack of cigarettes when King was still a toddler and never returned Stephen lived mostly between Fort Wayne Indiana and Massachusetts and Maine with his mother and her family Finally King settled with his mother and brother in Durham Maine Here in Durham Stephen and David started their schooling As a child Stephen was fearful of many things His three major fears were insects rats and most of all death Many
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