Pop of King book

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Tuco

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Am I the only one who would like to see a Pop of King book? I know that all of the columns are online, but I'm thinking a coffee table book with glossy paper and photos from the Entertainment Weekly archives relating to the subject of the columns in question. With an introduction by SK and a postscript on certain columns mentioning whether or not he has changed any of his opinions over the years (Did a TV show he loved at the time end up sucking? Did the album he's writing about hold up over time? Things like that.) Not sure how much interest there would be in something like that, perhaps most importantly on his end, but I'd certainly buy a copy if it were available.
 

Steven Duval

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Apr 22, 2016
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Am I the only one who would like to see a Pop of King book? I know that all of the columns are online, but I'm thinking a coffee table book with glossy paper and photos from the Entertainment Weekly archives relating to the subject of the columns in question. With an introduction by SK and a postscript on certain columns mentioning whether or not he has changed any of his opinions over the years (Did a TV show he loved at the time end up sucking? Did the album he's writing about hold up over time? Things like that.) Not sure how much interest there would be in something like that, perhaps most importantly on his end, but I'd certainly buy a copy if it were available.
Am I the only one who would like to see a Pop of King book? I know that all of the columns are online, but I'm thinking a coffee table book with glossy paper and photos from the Entertainment Weekly archives relating to the subject of the columns in question. With an introduction by SK and a postscript on certain columns mentioning whether or not he has changed any of his opinions over the years (Did a TV show he loved at the time end up sucking? Did the album he's writing about hold up over time? Things like that.) Not sure how much interest there would be in something like that, perhaps most importantly on his end, but I'd certainly buy a copy if it were available.
guess I'm old school. Just want to curl up in a dark corner and groove on a novel on a thundering rainy evening with some pages and a good cup of tea/vodka. I don't need the fan stuff.
Just put me in the story and I'm done.