Way back in 1978, at the age of 20, I read my first Stephen King novel, The Shining. A quote on the back cover from the Daily Mirror read "You had better not read it alone." Well, read it alone I did-and it gave me the creeps. I could vividly imagine everything he described-especially the dead woman in the bathtub coming to get the small boy in her room. That's the mark of a great writer-you are drawn in well and truly by the narrative. I remember thinking at the time what a wonderfully descriptive writer he is, and yearned to be a writer of such depth and quality myself. I'm working on it, and would like to share Mr. King's tips on an infographic. You may not agree with him-but then you may agree totally. I share this for your information.