#CarrieAt40: The Stephen King Chart

Just when you thought all the #CarrieAt40 madness was over, it’s time to reveal the next phase. To celebrate Stephen King’s 40 years as a published author, we’ve created a survey to try and determine – according to his fans – which are his most important, enduring, or just plain entertaining works.

The survey is split into four sections, for Novels, Short Stories, Novellas and Non-Fiction, and you can choose as many or as few titles in each category as you like. I’ll reveal the top entries in each category later this year.

Thanks to everyone who has responded to the survey so far, and for all of the feedback. I have finally found what I believe to be the easiest way to present the information to make life easier for you, the voter. The latest incarnation of the survey can be found at

THE BIG #CARRIEAT40 STEPHEN KING VOTE

Please, if you haven’t done so already, cast your vote, and spread the word.

Many thanks!

2 thoughts on “#CarrieAt40: The Stephen King Chart

  1. Hi there. I just completed the survey but my browser hung as I clicked next after talking about my selections. Is there any chance you could confirm if it went through ok please? I can’t do it again due to the 1 response per pc restrictions nor find a way to check myself. I wrote rather a lot in the notes and signed off Alli.
    Many thanks

    1. Hi Alli,

      thanks for completing the survey. I’m having some issues with esurv at the minute, but I’ll check as soon as I can to see if your survey has been submitted. I really hope so, since you’ve taken the time to complete it. I’ll let you know!

      Cheers,

      Matt

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