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Stephen King Has Changed Parts Of His New Book Due To The Coronavirus

Stephen King Has Changed Parts Of His New Book Due To The Coronavirus

With the coronavirus pandemic drawing associations with his epic story of a flu-like virus in The Stand, Stephen King has been regularly sharing his takes on the current situation. Over the last month, King has both moved to reassure people that Covid-19 is nowhere near as deadly as The Stand‘s Captain Trips, as well as sharing some humorous takes on how the lockdown would affect his characters. While the author’s latest book, If It Bleeds, is getting an early publication this month, King is already working on his next effort. However, it seems that the impact of the coronavirus has changed his original plans for the novel.

More specifically, he’d intended his latest book to take place in 2020, but is now revising the plot due to the overwhelming effect of Covid-19 on daily life. Speaking to NPR, King had this to say about the difficulty of writing

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