Saturday… Just Saying

Stephen King (1947-)

King is an American Author best known for his horror novels many adapted to film. The Stand, Carrie, The Shining, and Cujo are among his most popular books.

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Saturday… Just Saying

Edgar Rice Burroughs (1875 – 1950)

Best known for the Tarzan Series and the Barsoom Series, Edgar Rice Burroughs is an American author with works in several genres.

Saturday… Just Saying 1/14/2012

C. J. Cherryh (1942-)

Carolyn Janice Cherry is an American Science Fiction & Fantasy writer who hid her gender behind her pen name, C. J. Cherryh, during an era when Sci-Fi writers were expected to be male. She is most known for her novels set in her Alliance-Union universe, including Hugo winning novels, Downbelow Station (1981) and Cyteen (1988).

Cherry has an asteroid named in her honor, 77185 Cherryh

Saturday… Just Saying 1/7/2012

Sir Pelham Grenville Wodehouse 1881 – 1975

P. G. Wodehouse was an English writer of novels , short-stories, and other forms of the written word. He is best known for Jeeves and Blanding Castle Novels and Short Stories.

Lately I feel the same way. I’m glad the holidays are over so I can get back to it. – Karen LeRosier

Quote from: http://www.logicalcreativity.com/jon/quotes.html

Photograph and biographical information from Wikipedia.

Illustration by K. LeRosier

Saturday… Just Saying 1/1/2012

Clarence Budington Kelland, 1881 – 1964

Kelland was a prolific American writer of fiction and short stories, many of which published in the Saturday Evening Post.
He is best known for Opera Hat, which inspired the 1936 film Mr. Deeds Goes to Town.