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Novelist Stephen King says writing is like leaving the ordinary world for a world of his own making: "It's a wonderful, exhilarating experience." Shane Leonard/Simon & Schuster hide caption

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Stephen King Is Sorry You Feel Like You're Stuck In A Stephen King Novel

The horror writer says he understands why fans have said the COVID-19 pandemic feels like living inside one of his novels. King says he doesn't feel panic or terror, but rather, a "gnawing anxiety."

Novelist Stephen King says writing is like leaving the ordinary world for a world of his own making: "It's a wonderful, exhilarating experience." Shane Leonard/Simon & Schuster hide caption

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Stephen King Is Sorry You Feel Like You're Stuck In A Stephen King Novel

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