Stephen King’s terrifyingly cute corgi is making a name for herself. Actually, she already had a name — Molly, the Thing of Evil — but the pup is getting some pub.
Molly makes the cover of the new issue of Beachcomber, a magazine in northwest Florida near where the bestselling author and his better half, Tabitha, reside in the winter. King tweeted a picture of the magazine cover over the weekend, with the caption: “The Thing of Evil a cover girl? What is this world coming to?”
Anyone who follows King on social media knows Molly. The author has tweeted images of her many times over the past few years. Helpfully, the Bangor Daily News has assembled a few of those images here.
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