The next third is his advice about how to be a better writer. Interesting AND helpful. To use colorful adverbs to make the writing more vivid. Particularly useful is the advice to avoid too much description on individual attributes of characters. Are there any you would add to King's toolbox?
Stephen King advices writers to use active verbs rather than passive, as well as paying attention to paragraph structure and the proper use of fragments and run-on sentences. King's wife Tabitha is his "Ideal Reader," the one-person audience he has in mind when writing a first draft.
King puts a great deal of emphasis on reading. Showing and Telling Another tenet of good writing is to show, not tell. It contains a lot of the same advice you might find in other writing books, but King adds his own personal touch and insight from his years of experience.
To enjoy this period of freedom.
In his view, all writers should read this short but essential book.