15 Inspirational Quotes by Stephen Edwin King on Life

Updated: Aug 3, 2020

Birth: September 21, 1947, Portland, Maine, USA


American story and novelist Stephen Edwin King has often written works of thriller and horror. His first novel Carrie was published in 1974. It is especially famous for its The Dark Tower series, which started in 1982 and ended in 2005.


He wrote the scenarios of many books such as The Green Mile, Shawshank Redemption and transferred them to the film industry. He made his first professional short story sale to Starling Mystery Stories with his story "The Glass Floor" .


It has so far received prestigious awards such as the Bram Stoker Awards, the World Fantasy Awards and the British Fantasy Society Awards, as well as being number 1 on the New York Times Best Sellers list for a long time. Most of his books are in his hometown of Maine, and also he lives in Maine with his wife, Tabitha King, who is also a novelist.


I would like to share with you today; 15 Motivational Quotes by Stephen Edwin King on Success.


"Each life makes its own immitation of immortality." /Stephen King
"The place where you made your stand never mattered. Only that you were there... and still on your feet." /Stephen King
"Like anything else that happens on its own, the act of writing is beyond currency. Money is great stuff to have, but when it comes to the act of creation, the best thing is not to think of money too much. It constipates the whole process." /Stephen King
"I love the movies, and when I go to see a movie that's been made from one of my books, I know that it isn't going to be exactly like my novel because a lot of other people have interpreted it. But I also know it has an idea that I'll like because that idea occurred to me, and I spent a year, or a year and a half of my life working on it." /Stephen King
"Go then, there are other worlds than these." /Stephen King


"I watched Titanic when I got back home from the hospital, and cried. I knew that my IQ had been damaged." /Stephen King
"I have spent a good many years since―too many, I think―being ashamed about what I write. I think I was forty before I realized that almost every writer of fiction or poetry who has ever published a line has been accused by someone of wasting his or her God-given talent. If you write (or paint or dance or sculpt or sing, I suppose), someone will try to make you feel lousy about it, that’s all." /Stephen King