Skeleton Crew - Introduction & The Mist Summary & Analysis

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Introduction & The Mist Summary

Stephen King introduces the book with a tale about his friend and of how his writing comes to him, as well as how his creative process progresses. He covers the practice of using what he calls the I Guy. The I Guy is the main character with which King begins his tale and builds his characters and plot around. King also advises that he starts his tales with the "wouldn't it be funny if" beginning, which is how he builds the plot of the story. The entire introduction is based on a conversation with a friend who analyzes the pay King receives for his short story, "Word Processor of the Gods" and his friend's comparison to the payment that a New York Plumber would make.

When a severe thunderstorm rolls off the Long Lake, bringing behind it a thick...

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