Stephen King and Craig Ferguson…

What happens when you put two brilliant and funny men in a room–and one of them’s Stephen King?

I thought I’d share this video. Kind of like Saturday at the movies. <g>

To see more videos about writing check out my website page.

Do you have any clips to recommend?

Author: Jo-Ann Carson

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8 thoughts on “Stephen King and Craig Ferguson…”

  1. I loved the video clip but think that Stephen King needs a back roller, seriously. I read his book ‘On Writing’ some years ago and loved it. It ‘s inspiring to think that at some point we can hope for a huge down-load of ideas from the Great Unconscious. Yay! No more struggling for plot ideas.


    1. Hi Judy
      Yes, I’m on my second corner turned copy. One wandered somewhere. I agree it’s a good read.


    1. Hi Angela
      You’re welcome. I think the two of them together are amazing. Talk about quick witted!
      Thanks for stopping by and commenting.


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