Early in the book, the annual recaps of injuries and triumphs, is tiresome. This content is forgivable because it will be eaten up with a spoon in a hundred years. For us present day folks, give yourself permission to skip ahead to the writing content. King's thoughts and advice are so genuine, I feel they're easier to absorb and not as full of the rules presented as rules. Sure he taps all the old favorites like present tense & getting rid of adverbs, but it's just so much cooler coming from King.
Delivery is straightforward, as if we were on the corner stools in a bar. Perfectly relatable.
Loved it. This book will be a frequent companion. One star bumped as the personal early life didn't do anything for me but for historical context aimed at the future.