Stephen King Speech

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Stephen King
“Monsters are real, and ghost are real to. They live inside of us, and sometimes, they win.” (Brainy quotes). Stephen King, some call him weird, scary, sickly, and many other things. Yet for some people he is an amazing writer a role model, inspiration. Many of these people, rather they support him or not, do not know his life story, the reason he writes the way he does. What makes him the out going, and different person he is I will ask you this question two times what do you think of Stephen King?
Stephen King is very “different”, no one really knows why. People who judge him, rather they are judging him in a good way, or a bad way. They never really know why he is the way he is. Stephen King was born in Portland, Maine in 1987.(
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He and Tabitha Spruce married in January of 1971. After they married and graduated King had trouble finding placement as a teacher, so they lived mainly off of Stephen working at a industrial laundry factory, with her savings and student loans. They sometimes had a slight boost with him selling short stories to the men 's magazines. Kings first sold short story was “The glass floor”( Through the early years King began to sale more and more short stories so he and his wife could afford their lifestyle. Many of his short stories were in Night Shift Collection…show more content…
King would rent a summer home in Sebago Lake in North Windham for the winter. While he would be at his summer he would write his next published novel originally titled Second Coming and then Jerusalem 's Lot, before it became 'Salem 's Lot, in a small room in the garage( During this period, King 's mother died of cancer, at the young age of 59.
“Carrie” was published in the spring of 1974. That same fall, the Kings left Maine for Their new hom in Boulder, Colorado. They lived there for a less than a year, during which King wrote “The Shining”, set in Colorado. Going home to Maine in the summer of 1975, King and his family purchased a home in the Lakes Region of western Maine. At that house, King finished writing “The Stand”, much of which also is set in Boulder.( “The Dead Zonewas” was also written in Bridgton.
In 1977, the Kings spent three months of a thought to be year- long stay in England,they cut the trip short and returned home in mid-December, purchasing a new home in Center Lovell, Maine. After living there for only one summer, the Kings moved North to Orrington, near Bangor, just so King could teach creative writing at the University of Maine at Orono. The Kings went back to Center Lovell in the spring of 1979. In 1980, the Kings purchased a second home in Bangor, making the Center Lovell house as a
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