Goosebumps Books By Rl Stine [VERIFIED]
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But I said, 'Oh, sure, no problem. No problem.' I went running to the bookstore to see what people were doing, what it was about. I wrote this book. Blind Date is the number one bestseller. Wait a minute. Forget the funny stuff.
STINE: So, yeah. So I mean, I think, well, what would it be What would be in it or what if some kids discovered it [Then] what And the title leads me to the story. So I work backwards from every other author. They get the idea first and think of the title later. But all my books start with the title.
STINE: Everything. Right. You know, I have to write about this dummy that comes to life, Slappy. The evil dummy. Right. He's my favorite character [and] my least favorite character. Why my favorite Because everyone loves him. And this Halloween, thousands of kids will go out with Slappy. And that's a real thrill. My least favorite, because who wants to write over and over again about a dummy that comes I've written 15 books about a dummy that comes to life and it gets harder every time.
STINE: No. Total suspense. Here's my favorite letter. Maybe you've heard me tell this one from all the years, from a boy. 'Dear R.L. Stine. I've read 40 of your books, and I think they're really boring.'
PRIME: Yeah, well, so are all the people, all the generations of kids who learn to read because of your books. Who read under the covers with the flashlight. My son says he loved the \"Goosebumps\" series as well. Right. And the movie where Jack Black [played Slappy].
Goosebumps is a series of children's horror fiction books by author R. L. Stine. Following the success of his young adult horror novels, Stine was convinced to write a series for younger readers ages 9-12. The first book in the Classic Goosebumps series is Welcome to the Dead House, and the success of the Goosebumps books eventually led to 13 sequel and spin-off series. The books do not need to be read in order. The Goosebumps series is a great way to get kids into spooky stories. Goosebumps was made into a television series with 68 episodes in the 1990s and major feature film starring Jack Black as "R.L. Stine" in 2015.
When first starting out in the publishing industry, Stine couldn't help but remember his childhood filled with comic books. "There were these great horror comics when I was a kid," he said. "Tales from the Crypt and The Vault of Horror were really nasty, horrible and all had great twist endings and great artwork."
Just in time for the Halloween season, kids of all ages will be able to read a special edition Goosebumps book titled Slappy, Beware! when it goes on sale Sept. 20. Like all of his books, Stine hopes the words, pictures and stories will get children excited about reading.
When first starting out in the publishing industry, Stine couldn't help but remember his childhood filled with comic books. "There were these great horror comics when I was a kid," he said. "'Tales from the Crypt' and 'The Vault of Horror' were really nasty, horrible and all had great twist endings and great artwork."
Just in time for the Halloween season, kids of all ages will be able to read a special edition "Goosebumps" book titled "Slappy, Beware!" when it goes on sale Sept. 20. Like all of his books, Stine hopes the words, pictures and stories will get children excited about reading.
Over the course of his career, Stine has written hundreds of books for young readers. Almost none of them, he points out, are taken from his own life experience, which explains his issue with another piece of often-cited writing advice.
After so many years and so many Goosebumps books, Stine has ironed out a consistent schedule for his writing. He writes 2,000 words a day (about 10 pages), and once he hits that mark, he stops in the middle of whatever he's doing to pick it up the next day. The process stays similar even for slightly different projects, such as the Man-Thing comic Stine wrote for Marvel last year.
"I've written a lot of scripts before, and it wa