Tag Archives: fiction

R.L. Stine Interview Reveals The Future of ‘Goosebumps’

R.L. Stine's Goosebumps

My first exposure to R.L. Stine as a kid came in the form of Choose Your Own Adventure books. I remember one in particular from around 1985 called The Badlands of Hark – a sci-fi adventure that I was particularly fond of that I purchased at a book fair. He also …

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Happy Birthday to the Dark Prince of Horror – Clive Barker

Clive Barker barely needs an introduction to the horror and fantasy genre. This year is Clive’s 65th birthday, and we’re looking back at some of his earliest works, most notably his fiction. Born the 5th of October 1952 in Liverpool, Merseyside, England, Clive grew up on Penny Lane, a street …

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Richard Stark’s ‘The Hunter’ – A Literary Review

Some people may not be aware of the groundbreaking work of author Donald E. Westlake aka Richard Stark. I suspect many Stephen King fans will recognize that name from The Dark Half novel, as well as George A. Romero’s 1993 film adaption. King pays homage to Stark in a literary salute …

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Riley Sager’s ‘Final Girls’ – Book Review

In my free time, you can find me perusing the shelves of local movie or book stores. On a recent trip, I struck out on my movie hunt, but I began to wonder if there were any books that would spark my interest. I had just finished The Drawing of …

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