1. Stephen King, on the nurses at the facility where he was recovering from his accident: “You know, they’d all  read Misery, and they worked for an outfit called the Bangor  Area Visiting Nurses.  These are nurses who go into the home and give  home care.  And I think one of them told me toward the end of the  period, where I needed full-time nursing, that they had all read it, and  they had all been called into the office by their superior and told in  no uncertain terms, ‘You don’t make any Misery jokes.’ ” (Photo: Scribner) From Stephen King: The Craft of Writing Horror Stories View in High-Res

    Stephen King, on the nurses at the facility where he was recovering from his accident: “You know, they’d all read Misery, and they worked for an outfit called the Bangor Area Visiting Nurses. These are nurses who go into the home and give home care. And I think one of them told me toward the end of the period, where I needed full-time nursing, that they had all read it, and they had all been called into the office by their superior and told in no uncertain terms, ‘You don’t make any Misery jokes.’ ” (Photo: Scribner) From Stephen King: The Craft of Writing Horror Stories

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