NYS Entity Status
NYS Filing Date
DECEMBER 24, 2013
NYS DOS ID#
NYS Entity Type
DOMESTIC BUSINESS CORPORATION
2013 - KINGS LONG WONG BAKERY, INC.
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There aren't many best-selling authors out there who still write novellas.
In publishing terms, the form is a tricky one: often too short to stand alone but too long to include in a short story collection, books in the 20,000-40,000 word range can sometimes hang in a kind of literary no man's land. It's tricky to make them work.
Stephen King's found a way, though. Sprinkled throughout the horror master's glorious 50-year career, nestled alongside his series, short story roundups and 400,000+ word epics, King has published a number of successful four-story novella collections. Read more...More about Books, Horror, Stephen King, Novellas, and Ranking
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