Stephen King supports local newspapers when it comes to the #feuilletonThe newspaper promised to keep the section if it got 100 new subscribers; within 48 hours, it had 200 and journalism was saved. Moral of the story: take out that Guardian subscription, guys.
Come on guys, we need Stephen King to support more of the independent journalists out there, especially when it comes to their support on literature and other branches of culture. :DWhen Republican senator Ted Cruz called him a “limousine liberal”, this epitome of the American Dream, who went from toiling novelist in a trailer park to become the world’s bestselling author – responded: “Come on up to Maine, Ted, I’ll give you a ride on my Harley. It was made in America before your boy Drumpf fucked up the company.”
As much as I like King as a person (I'm not much into horror fiction, rather into realism; still, I can highly recommend his book «On Writing. A memoir on the craft»; and no, I'm not being paid for this, I wish I was), he was wrong on this point. Ted Cruz was not usually supported by Trump, but rather insulted for his criticism on him. Only when the midterms dawned, he turned his voice on Ted and supported him to get Texas to vote Republican.
Aside of that: I didn't know that ther was a counterpart to the obligatory champagne socialist. The limousine liberal. I like this, thanks for this, Teddy Cruzvelt. :D
The 71-year-old Harley-driving novelist saved a newspaper with a tweet when he heard it was closing its books section – and when he takes on Trump, he doesn’t hold backwww.theguardian.com