Canadian author mistaken for Stephen King, spends "his" royalty money
The royalty cheques are rolling in for Canadian author Emily Schultz. Her eight year old ebook "Joyland" has received a spike in sales thanks to a case of mistaken identity. Readers buying her ebook online thought they were buying a book by the same name published by horror superstar Stephen King.
Now, Ms. Schultz is looking for creative ways to spend her, err, Stephen King's royalties.
Canadian author Emily Schultz (not Stephen King) (from the author)
Later, Stephen King responded to the story on Twitter, in style:
-- Stephen King (@StephenKing)