Analyzing Writing V – The Shining by Stephen King

Results One of the most recognizable titles that he has ever written.  Yet absolutely NOTHING like the movie save a family of three maintain a hotel in the winter and weird things start happening.  Character Switching King uses the character switching narrative structure for the second time in his career. The first in his previous book.... Continue Reading →

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Analyzing Writing IV

TW: MENTION OF SCHOOL SHOOTING On the fourth Stephen King book now.  Whoo.  This will be looking at the third book that Stephen King published. RAGE by Stephen King Okay, so a quick history about this: Stephen King published Rage under the pseudonym of Richard Bachman.  Eventually, he let this book fall out of print because... Continue Reading →

Analyzing Writing III

You may notice a pattern of all of the books that I am reviewing right now.  I am doing a Stephen King book marathon this summer where I try to figure out how he writes.  The patterns in each book that mark his own writing style.  I wanted to do it because I've heard so... Continue Reading →

Analyzing Writing II

I don't know if I like the title of this series, but I'll deal with it for now.  I'm wondering about these things, let me know if any of them stick out to you. Reading like a Writer The Writer Reads The Reading Writer I'm kinda partial to The Reading Writer, but that might be... Continue Reading →

Analyzing Writing – Stephen King’s “The Gunslinger”

This is the first of a new series of posts that I will be doing throughout the summer. I am looking at different books that I read for how they write the story, specifically focusing on what kind of sentences they use, how they describe characters' appearances, and just anything that sticks out to me. So, for this first post, I'm going to start with Stephen King's The Gunslinger. Image Description: An image of the book cover for Stephen King's The Gunslinger, the first book of The Dark Tower series. The image shows a figure dressed like a cowboy wearing a wide-brimmed hat and a coat that goes down to his ankles, holding a gun, he's looking down at a crow that is perching on a pile of bones. This figure is standing in the middle of an orange red desert with a sandstorm beginning behind him. On the bottom right, there is a keyhole. In the far background, there is a tower standing alone. At the top, the text reads, "#1 New York Times Bestseller Stephen King The Dark Tower 1 The Gunslinger." At the bottom, the text reads, "A Major Motion Picture Starring Idris Elba and Matthew McConaughey."

Writing Program Administration and Disability – Part the II: Summary and Thoughts on Amy Vidali’s “Disabling Writing Program Administration”

I really need to start making shorter titles.  I had a poresentation that I did in December that was called, "Autoethnographies: Confronting and Subverting the Neurotypical Bias in First Year Composition Classrooms."  Yeah, I think they ended up cutting off the words after Neurotypical bias.  But, alas, that doesn't really matter. So, this type of post will... Continue Reading →

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