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Funny story: Dean R. Koontz

Dean R. Koontz

Dean R. Koontz, known (by colleague and competitor Stephen King) as "the Stephen King of the West Coast," dissociates himself with horror, saying, "To be a horror writer, one must be a horrible writer." He is not to be confused with his fictional alter ego, horror writer Dean Koontz. Koontz was born in Pennsylvania, under a host of pseudonyms, and conceived the plots of his first 33 novels whi...
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Funny story: 200th Anniversary of Dickens reveals he was a writer and author

200th Anniversary of Dickens reveals he was a writer and author

As the bi-centennial celebrations of Charles Dickens get into full swing, it was revealed today that many of his books were more than just stories about depressing Victorian Britain and that the author was actually well ahead of his time. And it t...
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Funny story: An Excerpt From "The Very First Summer of Rebecca Emmons" Part Six.

An Excerpt From "The Very First Summer of Rebecca Emmons" Part Six.

An excerpt From "The Very First Summer of Rebecca Emmons," a novel by Anthony Rosania. But I'm not experienced. They had sex with her because they could. No other reason. Miss Sommers had sex with the girl because it was daring and different and wrong, and because she could. The girl knew that. She did not kid herself about it. With all of them, the ones she remembered, she had felt, then,...
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