Will there be any fairy tale books in the foreseeable future?

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Neesy

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I sure wouldn't mind reading more of them by Stephen King. And please ask him whether or not he plans to write another werewolf novel! :)
Welcome - since he wrote that for his daughter many years ago when she was only 13, the best we can hope for is that he decides to write another fairy tale - only this time for a grandchild :love::thumbs_up:
 

GNTLGNT

The idiot is IN
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I sure wouldn't mind reading more of them by Stephen King. And please ask him whether or not he plans to write another werewolf novel! :)
...if you pick up The Wind Through the Keyhole, I think you'll find the closest thing to a fairy tale he's written since then....as far as werewolves?.....have you read The Talisman?...I just don't see him returning to the icons of the "monster world" as primary characters anymore....he's done them, and well.......
 
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I sure wouldn't mind reading more of them by Stephen King. And please ask him whether or not he plans to write another werewolf novel! :)
I read "Eyes of the Dragon" when I was 14, it was the sole reason I went on to read fantasy novels for the next 20 years. I would love to see another fantasy novel by Stephen King but I think it's very unlikely.
 
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