IT CAME FROM OHIO! My Life As A Writer
The autobiography of RL Stine.
Has he had a horrifying life?
- Was RL Stine a SCARY kid?
- Did he have a WEIRD family?
- Did his friends at school think he was STRANGE?
- Why does he like to TERRIFY his readers?
- Where does he get the frightening ideas for his stories?
All of your questions about best-selling your favorite author are answering in this STINE-TINGLING life story! For the first time ever, RL Stine reveals what he was like when he was YOUR age--and what his scary life is like TODAY!
Plus: Private snapshots and photos from his family album!
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