Stephen King Novels In Order
1974 - Carrie 1975 - Salem's Lot 1977 - The Shining 1979 - The Dead Zone 1980 - Firestarter 1981 - Cujo 1983 - Pet Sematary 1983 - Christine 1984 - The Talisman 1983 - Cycle of the Werewolf 1986 - It 1987 - The Eyes of the Dragon 1987 - Misery 1988 - The Tommyknockers 1989 - The Dark Half 1990 - The Stand 1991 - Needful Things 1992 - Gerald's Game 1993 - Dolores Claiborne 1994 - Insomnia 1995 - Rose Madder 1996 - Desperation 1998 - Bag of Bones: 10th Anniversary Edition 1999 - The Girl Who Loved Tom Gordon 2000 - The Green Mile : The Complete Serial Novel 2000 - The Plant 2000 - Dreamcatcher 2001 - Black House 2002 - From a Buick 8 2003 - The Dark Tower: Wolves of the Calla 2003 - The Dark Tower: The Drawing of the Three 2003 - The Dark Tower: The Gunslinger 2003 - The Dark Tower: The Wastelands 2003 - The Dark Tower: Wizard and Glass 2004 - The Dark Tower: The Dark Tower 2004 - The Dark Tower: Song of Susannah 2005 - The Colorado Kid 2005 - Salem's Lot, Illustrated Edition 2006 - Cell 2006 - Lisey's Story 2008 - Duma Key 2008 - Dark Tower Series: The Little Sisters of Eluria 2009 - Under the Dome 2010 - Full Dark, No Stars 2011 - 11/22/63: A Novel 2012 - The Dark Tower: The Wind Through the Keyhole 2013 - Joyland 2013 - Doctor Sleep 2014 - Mr. Mercedes 2014 - Revival 2015 - Finders Keepers 2015 - The Bazaar of Bad Dreams 2015 - End of Watch
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Stephen King BioStephen Edwin King, born September 21, 1947, reknowned American author of contemporary horror, suspense, science fiction and fantasy fiction has sold more than 350 million books. Many of these have been made into movies and television films. As of 2011, King has written and published 49 novels, including seven under the pen name Richard Bachman and The Dark Tower Series of graphic novels, five non-fiction books and numerous novellas, as well as nine collections of short stories. Most of his stories are set in his homestate of Maine, although some are also set in Colorado and Florida.
King has received Bram Stoker Awards, World Fantasy Awards, British Fantasy Society Awards, his novella The Way Station won a Nebula Award for best novelette nominee and, in 2003, the National Book Foundation awarded him the Medal for Distinguished Contribution to American Letters.
"I am the literary equivalent of a Big Mac and Fries."
"People want to know why I do this, why I write such gross stuff. I like to tell them I have the heart of a small boy... and I keep it in a jar on my desk."
King and his wife, Tabitha, have three children, Naomi, Joe and Owen. Tabitha, Joe and Owen are also published writers.
When King was two years old, his father, a merchant seaman, left the family under the pretense of "going to buy a pack of cigarettes," leaving his mother to raise King and his adopted older brother David by herself, sometimes under great financial strain. The family moved around, landing temporarily in De Pere, Wisconsin; Fort Wayne, Indiana; and Stratford, Connecticut, before returning again to Durham, Maine when Stephen was eleven. There, Ruth King cared for her parents until their deaths. She then became a caregiver in a local residential facility for the mentally challenged.¹
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