While reading "On Writing" I seemed to understand that at the time of his mid-June 1999 accident St. King was working on that very book, and that is was that same book he resumed work with while recovering once back home (Part 6 of "On Living: A Postscript"). Then again in the extras to the "Rose Red" DVD we hear from executive producer Mark Carliner that what St. King was working on at the time actually was "Rose Red", and he adds: "It was like six months, and the first thing he really addressed once he recovered was "Rose Red". On a personal note I felt that "Rose Red" did lack some continuity consistency, but I'd doubt this had anything to do with the author's accident, since I guess a number of persons got to read the script before the shooting began, and some of them could have mentioned this and suggested changes. Besides, according to "On Writing", it took St. King much less than six months before he got to work again (as soon as "late July", he mentions), so I thought maybe Mark Carliner's memories were not accurate. Of course this doesn't matter much; I guess I was just curious to know if anyone else had noticed this discrepancy, and what might be the answer according to the well-informed Constant Readers who frequent this forum . . .