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Stephen King joins the ranks of Twitter: Confesses he's at a loss for words

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Stephen King joins Twitter and his fans couldn’t be happier as he’s already finding ways to “creep things up.” He’s watching Sundance’s “The Returned,” which he calls “scary and sexy,” and he shares with his fans that he’s at a loss on something to say, according to Fansider on Dec 7.

On Friday King sent out his first tweet and it simply says “My first tweet. No longer a virgin. Be gentle! Besides talking about watching “The Returned” King shares that the kid Victor in that show is giving him nightmares! If you are following the Sundance channel show, you will understand why.

Check out Stephen King's Twitter page and check back often to see what incredible things that he more than likely has planned for his fans!

With just three tweets under his belt and 162,220 followers so far, it looks like the man who has given fans more bang for their bucks when it comes to offerings of horror and fright, is off to a good start.

Will King use his Twitter page to throw out some morsels of his latest work or to share some vague hints of what’s to come from this master mind? You can bet there will be droves of folks checking back often to see just how Stephen King utilizes his new Twitter account!

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