"Rest Stop" short story by Stephen King that was published in King's Just After Sunset collection in 2008. Author John Dykstra, who writes under the pen name of Rick Hardin, has had too much beer to drink at his mystery writer's group meeting and desperately needs to find a rest stop on his return from Jacksonville to Sarasota.
Suffer the Little Children by Stephen King Assignment
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Harvey’s Dream by Stephen King Assignment
"Harvey's Dream" is a novella by Stephen King that was published in King's Just After Sunset collection in 2008. Harvey and Janet, a middle aged married couple in a dysfunctional relationship, discuss over breakfast in detail, how Harvey woke up screaming from a dream he had: one of their
Afterlife by Stephen King Assignment Afterlife " is a short story by the American author Stephen King. It was collected in King's short fiction collection The Bazaar of Bad Dreams in 2015. Dying of colon cancer in a hospital bed, William Andrews' wife leans down to him and sees a smile on his face, which she wrongly perceives as being for
Willa by Stephen King Assignment is a short story by American writer Stephen King it is included as the first entry in King's 2008 short-fiction collection Just After Sunset. A man finds himself in a train station after an apparent wreck with a few of the other passengers. Unable to locate his fiancee, Willa, he decides to set out to a nearby town-where he knows she would go-to find her.
1408 by Stephen King Assignment
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The Last Rung on the Ladder by Stephen King Assignment
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Night Surf by Stephen King Assignment
Night Shift,Stephen Kings,English Language Arts,Post Apocalyptic,Short Stories,Surf
The Woman in the Room by Stephen King Assignment
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The Raft by Stephen King Assignment
"The Raft" is a short story by Stephen King originally published in the 1985 short story collection Skeleton Crew. Four college students named Randy, Deke, Rachel, and LaVerne, decide to swim to a wooden raft on a remote Pennsylvania lake to celebrate the end of summer.