To those of you who might be thinking that I'm being rude...
My blanket invitation closed or that I'd now exclude
The lovely folks who took the time to post here in this thread...
Not true! With Ms.Mod busy, I'm P.M.ing them instead.
Newcomers may not have known that Ms.Mod reads each post
On top of all her duties as she aides our gracious host
But, on Private Messaging, I do not waste her time
Except on those occasions I assault her with a rhyme.
This does not mean you shouldn't post. You must have at least 10
Before the Private Message function works for you, but when
It finally does there's Social Groups with Trivia and Games
There's Book Discussions, Writers Forums... No-one calls you names.
Today is deemed unlucky and for those of you who've viewed
This post before the 24th - I'm sorry guys, you're... (victims of Friday the 13th)
The Message Board is closing and if you don't have your 10
I think you're out of luck until Ms.Mod gets back again.
But, rest assured, the blanket that I mentioned is still here...
Lots of room! So, snuggle in, get comfy, and don't fear
We do not bite. We're glad you came and, no - I don't ignore
Newcomers who post in here... That's what P.M.ing's for.
Hey--this is so very uncharacteristic of Stephen King to have this super modern website with a message board! But I guess we are all slaves to appearances right? I am always trying to find new authors to read, but I usually always circle back to King. There is no one alive like him!
Mostly I came to this website to be closer somehow, to King, and hopefully connect with him in some way.
I'm new on the site but old at home! Love Stephen King ..Have read Tabitha's books and love her as well..Sometimes Mr. King's books are so vivid I have to leave them for a day or so..Then when my liver stops quivering, I can continue to read!: eek2:
Hi, I'm an old member & I too am quite lazy because this is my first post even though I joined way back in 2006. I finished reading The Dark Tower series about 2 years ago and after such an intense reading experience I actually felt the need to take a Stephen King break. Don't get me wrong my fan loyalty never faultered but after reading something like the The Dark Tower one finds it necesary to sit back, gather thier thoughts & somehow float back to regular reality. Besides no other book(s) have so far come close to fulfilling my need to lose myself within it's pages. I have tried but I have to admit that the past couple of years have had me in a reading funk. Anyways I picked up Duma Key the other day, so far I'm enjoying it & hopefully will have the oppportunity to discuss it.