Just finished The Tower by Simon Toyne. Waiting for an e-book version of The Key (third in the trilogy). Hope it doesn't come until I'm done with Dr Sleep, though, 'cause I won't be putting that down for any other book! ;;D
Dr. Sleep is on the shelf tomorrow. I will have to wait for Margaret our mail lady to bring me my copy from B&N maybe by Friday.:whatgrr: Well, gives me time to finish Bones of the Lost
I had a dream last night that I was in a vintage book shop buying Stephen's books --I pass this shop often but I've only went inside once. They were new tales. One was shaped like a tower, but it was light-blue and white and the other was just a normal book. The clerk seemed upset with me because I asked lots of questions . . . that’s rare for me because I don’t ask many questions. I finally told her that she'd best treat me well because I was going to spend a sh!t load of money. I felt myself laugh in my sleep at that. Outside of this shop was a beat-up Volvo station wagon that was running and smoking. I said that it reminded me of the mosquito man that used to drive through our neighborhood during the summer spraying pesticides. Everybody in the store laughed. Come to think of it, I think that crap may have had an effect on me . . .we’d stand in the middle of that fog like lil fools! Ha!
Speaking of dreams, I dreamt last night that I was walking down a road and Stephen was standing on the left hand side. This woman I knew came around a turn,in a grey car, and she was bound to hit him straight on but Stephen did this sideways jump like a grass tick and was out of her way. I remember saying to him that it was a good thing too, because his bones couldn't stand getting another crushing like the one he survived in Maine. How weird is that?
Get this! I dreamed last night that SK...
No, I didn't. But what a great idea for a short story (or a new way of advertising): SK invades his constant readers' dreams!!!
I finished Hannibal Rising. Can someone help me decide what to read next?
I have The Damnation Game Clive Barker, Oblivion by Peter Abrahams, Floating Dragon Peter Straub and the Lost World and Jurassic Park by Michael Crichton. I've never read any of the authors before but I've heard good things about them.