The One and Only.
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Stephen King is known as the master of horrors, born in Sept. 21 1947, he’s an American Author who specialize in nonfiction, fantasy, supernatural, suspense and horrors. As of 2011 Stephen Kings has sold over 350 million copies of his books and have written over 49 novels.
Cover of The Stand
Although Stephen King doesn’t like to be refereed as the Master of Horrors or just being called a horror writer because he doesn’t want to be known just as a horror writer, but just a writer.
This is because Stephen King doesn’t only write horrors, although generally people only knows him for is horror books. It may be hard to believe that he wrote for comic books, such as writing a few pages for the X-Men comic book Heroes for Hope.
The book, whose profits were donated to assist with Famine in Africa. The following year, King wrote the introduction to Batman #400, an anniversary issue in which he expressed his preference for that character over Superman. I was first drawn to King’s work from screen of a evil clown in love with kids “It” and over the years his work has grown as I have grown. Reading books as Rage, Dream-catcher, Cujo and Misery.
In 2010, Haven was created by Stephen King, which over night became one of SYFY great TV series. About a shrewd FBI agent with a lost past who arrives in the small town of Haven, Maine (King’s hometown), to solve the murder of a local ex-con only to discover that the curious enclave is a longtime refuge for people with supernatural powers that holds a lot of secrets, including to her own past.
Stephen King usage of imagination in his books is among the best, and he will leave a lasting impression with his writings for centuries to come.