Mr. King, I Have Some Questions

The first adult novel I read was “IT” by Stephen King. I remember how it had this magical hold on me. I gleefully looked forward to the hour before bed, when I would read it, so as to get the best scare.

After that I was on to “The Dead Zone,” “Pet Cemetary,” “The Dark Half,” “Misery,” and so many more. He, along with my eighth grade English teacher Mrs. Kramer, were the biggest reason I wanted to be a writer.

So I started thinking, what if, just what if, I ever got the opportunity to talk to him? What would I ask? Being a radio interviewer I’d like to think I could be prepared. But truthfully, I’d have to fight the urge to just geek out about the fact I was talking to Stephen freaking King.

What three questions would you ask your favorite author ever, dead or alive?

Published by Luis Hernandez

I'm blessed. Most of my professional career, almost 20 years, I've spent as a journalist. Some of it was in print, a little in television, but most of it in radio. I've worked with some wonderfully talented producers and directors in those two decades. It would take pages to elaborate on all of the experiences I've had as a reporter, producer and host. Needless to say they include opportunities talking with leaders of state, religious leaders, civic leaders, writers, artists and entertainers. The last couple decades have been a lot of fun. But, the next couple decades will be far better.

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