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My review of Stephen King’s On Writing, originally posted on Goodreads.
TL;DR - ★★★★★
On Writing is for one of two kinds of people.
The first are Stephen King fans. I don’t necessarily count myself as one, but I’ve moderately enjoyed what fiction of his I’ve read, and plan on reading more. If you want a behind-the-scenes look at the author’s rise to success and his opinions thereon, this will interest you.
My personal enjoyment of this work came because I am squarely of the second kind: aspiring authors looking for some perspective on how to start writing, continue writing, break into the market, and overcome setbacks. If you’re like me and can identify with any of the above, then do yourself a favor and read On Writing. It is time well invested.
As for me, this is a book I plan to revisit as my writing progresses, and I work my way through the reading list(s) King provided in the prologues.
It was a great book. I loved the first 100 pages because it was more of an autobiography. The only thing I really remember from the rest of the book was to write every single day and never use adverbs. Never use adverbs. Ever. Stephen King hates adverbs.