It looks like this is gaining traction on Facebook. We've posted a statement.
Each problem that I solved became a rule which served afterwards to solve other problems.
OK, I clicked on one of the pictures and was diverted to a real horror show!
I am having a muscle spasm.
I'm not a writer, and know next to nothing about it. I don't believe the ghost writing claim will hold water, but many authors (that can afford it), use paid researchers to sift through information and write reports. Where does the research end and the some "ghost writing" begin, I don't know, but a few things come to mind.
1. As an efficiency minded person, I would use all resources at my disposal to maximize the quality of the work, if I did write.
2. The quality and consistency of Mr. King's work suggest his creative and directive force at work in the later books, even if not 100% involved.
3. I would guess there are also proof readers that help correct obvious flaws with some amount of efficiency.
4. Would I really be upset to find out Mr. King did not puncuate every sentence, or correct every flaw, no not really.