Editorial Reviews. From School Library Journal. YA Four novels published between and In Rage, a high-school student goes berserk in the. Rage (written as Getting It On; the title was changed before publication) is the first novel by Stephen King published under the pseudonym Richard Bachman in. KING, Stephen as Bachman, Richard - Rage King, Stephen - NOVEL - The Bachman Books (Complete) King, Stephen - Bachman Books 4- Running Man.

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As a result, hardcover first editions of his first few novels are much more difficult to find and consequently very expensive depending on their condition. As King has published more books and signed less, firsts of later novels have tended not to increase in value as much.

But if someone in your family has an old copy of Carrie collecting dust on a shelf in their house, check it out Six Stories , Philtrum Press Occasionally King has had a desire to publish something himself that he felt did not have huge mainstream appeal, so he set up his own tiny publishing house, Philtrum Press, to do it.

One of those publications was Six Stories, a paperback collection of half a dozen short works, signed by King, that was released in a very small run of just 1, copies. Most if not all of the stories are available elsewhere, but King completists will still want this.

The Dark Tower - , Donald M.

Grant The Dark Tower series, which in the main consists of eight novels and one novella, is the central linchpin of King's entire published canon -- the glue that holds all the universes of almost all his stories together. The book was published in a signed, limited edition by the tiny Rhode Island publishing house Donald M. Grant, but once word got out about the book -- and the succeeding novels -- interest began to spiral upwards, along with the value of the original Grant editions.

King also later published The Regulators and Blaze under the Bachman name. The Plant - , Philtrum Press In , and , in lieu of Christmas cards, King sent the first three sections of a serialized novel called The Plant as small, privately published chapbooks.

The story, about an editor who receives a strange plant from a writer after he rejects the writer's disturbing manuscript, was never completed. King published the finished sections as an e-book in , but those original copies only were made of one that he sent out for the holidays are highly sought after by collectors.

Essays, memories, and even a little history…

The Stand , Doubleday When Stephen King published the unexpurgated edition of his post-apocalyptic masterpiece in -- with some pages of material edited back in -- Doubleday created a signed, limited edition of 1, copies bound in leather with gold and red gilt lettering on the front, gilt edging on the pages, a sewn-in satin bookmark, a paper wrapper and an engraved brass plaque, all in a wooden box with a soft red velvet interior. The piece was meant to resemble a Bible, all too appropriate for what King always called a novel of "dark Christianity.

White began writing for The New Yorker in the mid s. In , he met Katharine Sergeant Angell, the magazine's fiction editor. Reminiscing about his first meeting with Katharine in the lobby of the magazine, he told The New York Times that she "had a lot of black hair and was very beautiful.

White's style guide for writers became a huge success. In , White revised the book, and it has since sold millions of copies. It cost me a year out of my life, so little did I know about grammar. White was a hypochondriac.

Throughout his life, White was a hypochondriac who worried that, for example, his sunburn was a brain tumor or an ant bite was fatal. White was the youngest of six kids his parents were in their 40s when he was born , so minor ailments—such as a cough or stomachache—would likely elicit more parental attention and nurturing as the cherished baby of the family.

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White struggled with anxiety. In addition to his hypochondria, White suffered from a general anxiety that began in childhood.

He described himself as "frightened but not unhappy … I lacked for nothing except confidence. At restaurants, he was overly cautious about accidentally eating clams he claimed one had poisoned him once.

White was an avid sailor. Despite his massive success as a writer, White disliked reading indoors, much preferring outdoor activities.

That is, unless that book was about one of his favorite topics: sailing. Bradley, I am glued tight to the chair.

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It is because Bradley wrote about something that has always fascinated and uplifted me—sailing.The story ends with Charlie addressing the reader: Special thanks to The Collector for invaluable research assistance. When the police chief enters the classroom, the now-unarmed Charlie moves as if to shoot him, attempting suicide by cop. Grant The Dark Tower series, which in the main consists of eight novels and one novella, is the central linchpin of King's entire published canon -- the glue that holds all the universes of almost all his stories together.

Heroes for Hope American Vampire Interspersed throughout are narrative flashbacks to Charlie's troubled childhood, particularly his tumultuous relationship with his abusive father. Entertainment Weekly.

I have to turn off the light now.