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In our home supper time and the time before it while it’s being prepared, has always been a family gathering filled with music, dancing, and an overall happy and fun time to wind down from the rat race of our days. 690 more words

MBTI IN REAL LIFE- STEPHEN KING

Verdict: ISFP 

Reasoning…

Primary Function: Fi

King strives to safeguard what he believes to be the purity of fiction. He despises those that write to make a quick buck, to push a political agenda or to cruise by on a talent for cranking out schlock without taking creative risks. 858 more words

Analysis

TUESDAY TERROR FILM: CUJO (1983)

Outside a peaceful town in central Maine, a monster is waiting. Cujo is a two-hundred-pound Saint Bernard, the best friend Brett Camber has ever had. One day… 470 more words

Fuck 'n Right

TOP TEN *THURSDAYS* | Insert Evil Laugh

I could’t help it. I posted up my actual Top Ten TUESDAYS entry on my other blog; it was a freebie week and I ended up with a non-bookish list. 894 more words

Weeklies

Cujo - Stephen King

My husband and I adopted a dog a few weeks ago, so it was the perfect opportunity to get into Cujo again.

Cujo is one of my favorite book from Stephen King (I feel like I’m saying that about almost every Stephen King’s book, don’t mind me), I read it for the first time in high school and when I got my first car I made sure to carry around food and water, just in case I got stuck in the middle of nowhere with a rabid St.  237 more words

Books

OMBC - Cujo (Video)

Back with One Man Book Club with Stephen King’s Cujo. After watching the movie for my review a few months back, I’ve been itching to re-read this book. 104 more words

Horror

Chris--Cujo wrap-up

I’m just going to come right out and say it–I did not enjoy this book.  Now, I have read this one before, but honestly it was like 30 years ago, so there was a lot that I didn’t remember.  785 more words