1. What kind of a book is On Writing?
(a) A book on writing.
(b) A book on writing a biography.
(c) A novel.
(d) Part biography and part how-to.
2. What is the first chapter, C.V., about?
(a) Stories about King's views on writing.
(b) Stories related to how King became a horror novelist.
(c) Stories from King's childhood related to how he became a writer.
(d) Stories about King's early life.
3. What is one reason for reading the book, On Writing?
(a) It provides a formats for writers.
(b) It provides King's views on other writer's formulas for success.
(c) It provides a discussion of King's famous works.
(d) It provides inspiration.
4. How can the book, On Writing, be described?
(a) Poignant, educated and inspiring.
(b) A masterpiece.
(c) A poorly conceived hack job.
(d) Clever, formulistic, but inspiring.
5. What does one of King's babysitters do to him?
(a) Mistreats him and complains to his mother about his behavior.
(b) Forces him to stay in his room all day.
(c) Tortures King with a belt.
(d) Feeds him too many eggs and then locks him in a closet.
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