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From: Eric Cots
Living in: France
My favorite King book: Pet sematary
Posted: January 5, 2010 - 16:24:11

Happy new year to you.
I like your site. Your book will be for sale on the French amazon site at the end of month. I shall command it from the publication.

A bientôt.

From: Dieter Annecke
Living in: Germany
My favorite King book: The Stand
Posted: December 24, 2009 - 15:38:12

Hello Lilja,

I wish you nice Christmas and a happy, contented and successful new year!

Many greetings from Germany,

From: Greg
Living in: USA
My favorite King book: The Shining
Posted: December 5, 2009 - 20:30:31

Just saw about your site on Cemetary Dance's website. Everything looks great and I cant wait to go exploring. I am sure I will be visiting your site quite often. Cant wait to get your book as well.
From: Angie
Living in: USA
My favorite King book: The Shining
Posted: November 30, 2009 - 01:47:53

Love this website! Don't know how you get all your info but keep it up!
From: Janell C. Bennett
Living in: USA
Posted: November 24, 2009 - 14:50:46

Just finished reading Under the Dome and all I can say is "WOW"! It was like Needful Things meet Tommy Knockers with the use two mental disoders turned sideways.
Mr. King from one Methodist to another, keep pausing at your semicolons and catching your breath at your commas and you writing will flow.
From: Janell C. Bennett
Living in: USA
Posted: November 18, 2009 - 14:58:53

The three mp3's of Under the Dome are outstanding! Raul Esparza will never replace the late Frank Muller but he is doing a very, very good job. I must confess, I bought a new pair of ear buds just for the cds.
From: Shannon "Doc" Whitfield
Living in: United States
My favorite King book: Bag of Bones
Posted: November 17, 2009 - 02:00:32

I have been a King fan since 1990. My favorite novels are "Bag of Bones", "Pet Sematary", "The Dead Zone", "Misery", and "The Shining".
I wanted to thank you Lilja for this site. I noticed at one of the book signings in Wal-mart a fan asked if he were going to write a sequel to "It" since it has been about 28 years in Derry, ME. I have wanted to ask him that for a while so I'm glad he finally answered it.
Secondly, is there any Stephen King book that you didn't like? In reference to "Lisey's Story" King refers to Scott Landon's obsessed fans as Incunks. How do you think King feels about his most devoted fans?
Thanks again, and I was wondering where there is a meeting site or chat site for King fans. Everyone I've searched for is either deserted or no longer active. I'd appreciate any suggestions. Thanks.
From: Janell C. Bennett
Living in: USA
My favorite King book: 'Salem's Lot, It, The Stand
Posted: November 14, 2009 - 17:47:42

I just received my copy of Under the Dome and I am on page 84 already. And, Glory be to God, Mr. King is back. The hair on the back of my neck is still standing up.
Mr. King, keep on, keeping on!
From: Yamil Berrios
Living in: US
My favorite King book: Duma Key/Insomnia/The Talisman
Posted: October 6, 2009 - 14:50:18

It is good to know that people like you can appreciate good art enought to dedicate it the time it deserves so that the rest of us can partake in the adventures of the King world. Keep up the good work Lilja.
From: Janell C. Bennett
Living in: USA
My favorite King book: 'Salem's Lot
Posted: October 6, 2009 - 01:58:52

Under the Dome I feel will be a class A book!
From: Anders
Living in: Sweden
My favorite King book: It
Posted: September 30, 2009 - 09:27:48

Congrats on the Straub blurb! Jag kanske måste leta upp ett ex av den där boken :-)
From: Mia
Living in: Sweden
My favorite King book: DT/The Stand
Posted: July 27, 2009 - 16:36:58

Har hängt med sedan starten av Lilja's Library (och "Följeslagarna"), gött att se hur LL utvecklats.

Been around since the start of Lilja's Library (and the Swe fansite "Följeslagarna"), nice to see how LL has grown.

Keep up the good work!

//Fan of LL and SK. ;)
From: Roberto
Living in: Italy
My favorite King book: IT
Posted: July 19, 2009 - 14:33:46

Absolutely the best web site about Stephen King and his works.
No other site can compare this.
From: Adam Bailey
Living in: United States of America
My favorite King book: Cujo
Posted: July 12, 2009 - 18:10:30

Lilja's Library is better than the official Stephen King website. Great work!
From: kitiara13
Living in: Philippines
My favorite King book: The Green Mile
Posted: July 4, 2009 - 22:32:20

thank you for this site. :)
From: Scrooge
Living in: USA
My favorite King book: IT
Posted: July 1, 2009 - 20:18:50

Wowsers! Almost 2 million hits! Thank you so much for the information you provide. You have done the legion of King fans a world of service.
From: Stefan Brandner
Website: http://.
Living in: Switzerland
My favorite King book: Duma Key ans Shawshank...
Posted: June 30, 2009 - 23:05:20

Absolutely great work.
I remembered where i was in 1999 when you opened your page, and the years that passed by since.
And, well, Great work. You do a very good job!
And if you ever have the Honour to meet Mr King,
send him Greetings from all of us Fans for whom he's writing.

warm regards,

From: Natlie Shannon
Living in: USA
My favorite King book: Dark Tower Series
Posted: April 17, 2009 - 23:18:20

Hi Lilja,
I love this site and I can't wait for your book to come out!
From: Andrea
Living in: Italia
My favorite King book: Needful Things
Posted: March 20, 2009 - 11:29:23

Hi Lilja,

this site is fantastic. You're doing a great job. Thanks a lot.

From: Chris Elwell
Living in: Wales
My favorite King book: Dreamcatcher
Posted: March 17, 2009 - 11:56:38

Hey Lilja,
Just a quick note to say what a great site!! I've been a avid fan of Stephen's for a while now, and it just keeps getting better and better. I'm trying to write a novel myself, and Stephen, along with a few others, are my cheif form of inspiration purley because of the dedication they have shown to the art of writing over their careers- plus the fact the novels they put out are nothing short of electrifying.
The site you have here is something very special- my first visit today, and the amount of information you have crammed on here is astounding.
Long may you continue!!
Best Regards,
From: Stephen Spignesi
Living in: USA
My favorite King book: IT
Posted: March 8, 2009 - 05:47:06

Hi Lilja - how are you, my friend? Many thanks for the ongoing great work you do on the site. FYI, I'm now teaching a course on Stephen King at the University of New Haven, and your site is one of the sites I refer my students to for comprehensive info about King and his work. Hope all's well - Best, Steve Spignesi
From: Cots Eric
Living in: France
My favorite King book: Pet sematary
Posted: February 27, 2009 - 21:21:46

Stephen King est le plus grand écrivain du 20ème siècle et sera également pour les siècles à venir. Je suis un fan de la première heure. Duma Key sortira en France le 1er avril 2009. J'attends ce nouvel opus avec fébrilité.

Stephen King is the greatest writer of the 20th century and will be for centuries to come. I'm a fan of the first hour. Duma Key released in France on April 1, 2009. I expect this new opus with excitement.
From: Jonathan Reitan
Living in: USA
My favorite King book: Shining
Posted: February 18, 2009 - 03:08:10

Just wanted to say HI Lilja and thank you for all your hard work. I've been following your page for over 10 years now (!!) and have never stopped enjoying the wealth of information you provide. Keep doing what you're doing and remember that some of us "old-timers" are still around and lurking around!
From: Dirty Blue Balloons
Living in: Russia
My favorite King book: Pet Sematary
Posted: February 10, 2009 - 21:49:13

This is the best Stephen King site i've ever seen. The most informative, very useful. Thanx very much!
Keep it up!
From: Susanne
Living in: Germany
My favorite King book: Hearts in Atlantis
Posted: January 26, 2009 - 14:27:10

Great site! Just found it at work. *writes down the link to open the site at home too*
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