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King’s March: The Finale

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Well, King’s March is officially over (sad sigh). I love any excuse to read Stephen King – getting others to pick up a book is just a bonus. There were 31 King related posts (this includes neither my posts nor my co-host Wendy’s) and one random winner (congratulations Kerri at Turn the Page Reviews). There was on final week of posts to round up:

  • Helen from My Novel Opinion wrapped up #KingsMarch.
  • Acid Free Pulp reviewed Hill and King’s short story Throttle and the inspiration behind it (Richard Matheson’s Duel).
  • Angela from Angela’s Anxious Life reviewed the pop-up book The Girl Who Loved Tom Gordon.

I just wanted to say thanks again to everyone who participated – from the bottom of my very grateful heart. Maybe Wendy and I will do this again next year – there’s still plenty of material to cover!

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  • http://www.readlately.com Kelly from Readlately.com

    I apologize for not participating! I did buy 11/22/63 intending to (maybe) participate but then I saw the length and thought of all the other books I had/wanted to read that month and it never made the cut. Shannon did say it’s wonderful though – showcasing what a great storyteller King is in a fashion that’s not horror. So I do hope to get to it one day and report back! Thanks for making me branch out!

  • http://www.angelasanxiouslife.blogspot.com Angie @Angela’s Anxious Life

    I loved stopping by all the blogs and seeing what they posted! Thanks for hosting this event… so cool to see King love!

  • http://www.acidfreepulp.com Acid Free Pulp

    Glad I was able to squeeze myself in at the last minute.

    Also, saw the new short commercial for season 2 of Under the Dome, with the first episode written by Stephen King, himself.

  • http://honeyimreading.wordpress.com/ C.J. @ ebookclassics

    Thanks for hosting! You guys gave me a good excuse to read more Stephen King. I had a lot of fun chatting with other bloggers about what SK they were reading too. I hope you will be hosting the event again next year.

  • http://loveatfirstbook.com Rebecca @ Love at First Book

    Great event! You and Wendy should definitely do it again. King’s books are so numerous, plus knowing him, he’ll write like 10 more before next time!

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