The belief that prolific writing equals bad writing is snobbish, inane, and demonstrably untrue, says <strong>Stephen King</strong> &ndash;&nbsp;who once published four books in one year

The belief that prolific writing equals bad writing is snobbish, inane, and demonstrably untrue, says Stephen King &amp;ndash;&amp;nbsp;who once published four books in one
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The belief that prolific writing equals bad writing is snobbish, inane, and demonstrably untrue, says Stephen King – who once published four books in one year

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News source: Arts & Letters Daily

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