...I like the nude pics of Pennywise.....what?...whaddya mean the computer was on when I typed that????????...
Brian - I like it all! It's nice to have the news on Facebook, just in case I don't come to the MB for a while.
Have a Facebook...page I guess you call them. Time there varies. But I checked out the Stephen King page...and I enjoyed King's review of Oates' story...Accursed, was it? Yeah, March 18th, New York Times something something...is their on-line content different than paper? Don't answer...thinking out loud. Haven't read anything from Oates aside from Zombie, an okay story. I think the evolution of her story-telling is curious. Was under the impression she is/was/is still...more likely to be read by college/high school lit classes, than, say...any number of the other thousand great story tellers I've read. Looked in the "News" section here and the review isn't listed there. Thought the review was nicely ambiguous and sounds like the story is as well. What was the question?
I've seen & "liked" other Stephen King pages on Facebook. How'd those get there? Don't answer...I don't need to know. On one of them, that appear(ed)s on my timeline...there was a quote from Carrie and when I read it I thought whoa, that's from Carrie? I didn't recall the quote, but was impressed...maybe time for another go-round. Don't have the quote handy...prefer to find my favorites and mark them myself.
So..."news" sounds like a winner...what's the haps...daily update on the word count of whatever Stephen King is working on...sample paragraphs, that sort of thing.
Im having trouble altho I have joined. (also joined ATK, and still cant see it or go to it to post-so I just let it go. lifes too short.My problem is with me-not that page. ) I have gone to that page tho and it looks fine.
The page looks good. News, interviews, and trivia cover a bunch of information. You might try taking surveys, etc. from the message board and sharing it there.
Glad SK is on FB, can follow his movements better now
...coz we All look like dat!....
That link from March 11 is hilarious! hard-at-work in 2008. A sports column from Stephen King...who could ask for more?