When T.J. Tranchell was 11 and friends his age were reading Goosebumps, he was entranced by his introduction to Stephen King. "It was Misery," Tranchell says, "and I still wanted to write" after finishing the horrifying tale of an author and his biggest/craziest fan. Now the University of Idaho teacher we talked to last fall about locally produced horror flicks can officially call King a peer with the publication this month of his first horror novel, Cry Down Dark, by Blysster Press, a small publisher specializing in the creepy and crawly/Dan Nailen, Inlander. More here.
Question: Are you a Stephen King fan?