The Deep Dark Secret Of R.L. Stine I Never Planned To Be Scary
The Deep, Dark Secret Of R.L. Stine: ‘I Never Planned To Be Scary’If you are or have ever had or been a kid, if you like to read and you like to creep yourself out, then you probably know the name R.L. Stine.
The prolific author has written hundreds of horror stories for kids, none more popular than his long-running series of frightfests, Goosebumps.
The series has sported iconic neon cover art and memorable titles like The Beast from the East and The Abominable Snowman of Pasadena.
Over 400 million copies of Stine’s books are in print. Still, in the more than two decades since Goosebumps got its start, there’s at least one thing the series hasn’t done “
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made the leap from the page to the big screen Goosebumps has been adapted into a feature film, starring dozens of monsters and Jack Black as the man himself, R.L. Stine or, at least, a version of Stine.
He’s not a sinister dude at all,” Black says of Stine, in an interview with NPR’s Michel Martin. “He’s a really sweet, fun guy to hang out, with a really great sense of humor.
How Haircuts and Fake Celebrity News Led R.L. Stine to Literary Success16R.L. Stine, 74, is a novelist and author of the Goosebumps and Fear Street series of horror fiction for preteens and teens.
His latest books are “R.L. Stine Presents Scream and Scream Again” (Harper) and “You May Now Kill the Bride Harper Teen He spoke with Marc Myers.I was a fearful kid.
How Haircuts and Fake Celebrity News Led R.L. Stine to Literary Success
We had this meat freezer in the basement of our house. It was white enamel and long, like a coffin. I dreaded being asked to go down to bring up some lamb chops.
I was afraid I’d find a frozen corpse in there.The best-selling author of the ‘Goosebumps’ and ‘Fear Street’ series began in Ohio writing humor magazines and driving teachers nuts watch video full👇👇