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Courtesy Parade magazine
The May 26, 2013, edition of Parade magazine, available in Sunday's print edition of The Journal Gazette, features horror writer Stephen King.

Parade features Stephen King, summer's best books

Parade’s summer reading issue, distributed with this Sunday’s print edition of The Journal Gazette, features Stephen King.

The master storyteller says he never saw himself as just a horror writer, and talks about his new book, “Joyland,” which is a whodunit.

King talks about what he watches – and doesn’t watch – on TV and how he goes about writing so many books.

Sunday’s edition of Parade also features:

  • Amazon’s book editors name the 10 best books of the summer.
  • Author Joe Kita writes about the origins of Memorial Day.
  • How to kick off summer with a burger that packs a delicious surprise.

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