The idea of reading a lot has become almost as old as the English language, according to Stephen King, and one of the best books ever published.
“I read a bunch of books when I was growing up,” he said.
“My mother would read to me every day, and I would read a ton of them, and that was how I started reading fiction.”
“I was a huge Harry Potter fan and a huge Sherlock Holmes fan, so I was reading a ton.
I read a LOT.”
And today, he still does.
“I read loads of literature, I read some books I wouldn’t normally read,” he told Mashable in an interview.
“Like Sherlock Holmes, I was always reading a bunch.”
King, who has written a number of acclaimed novels, including the recent novels, The Dark Tower and the upcoming adaptation of the popular TV series Game of Thrones, is known for having a hard time falling asleep at night.
“There’s a very good chance that I’m reading a LOT,” he added.
King said he has had “more sleep than I have in the last 20 years.”
The author is also the creator of the “King’s List,” a weekly book club that he formed to discuss books he has read and recommend new authors to his readers.
He also has a book club on Amazon that he organizes with friends.
King also said that his new book, The Killing Joke, is one of his favorite books.
“It’s my favorite book.
It’s the kind of book that’s about the kind and the ugly side of human nature,” he explained.
King told Mashability that he has spent more time in his sleep this year than in his life.
“Every single day,” he noted.
“It’s a pretty good thing.”
King’s new book is set to be released on March 12.
It will be the first book of the new series of King’s novels to be published in English, as well as the first King book to be written by a woman.
“The Killing Jokes is going to be a great thing for me, it’s a great read,” King said.
The series is set in a fictionalized version of the early 1900s in which a group of characters, called the “Kings,” discover the existence of the real-life Killing Jokens.
“We’re going to take this novel and tell the story of a group that’s trying to get rid of the Killing Jokers,” King explained.
“And that’s going to start in the 20s and end in the 80s.”