3 Quotes – R. L. Stine


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R. L. Stine, American novelist, short story writer, television producer, screenwriter, executive editor
(born:  Robert Lawrence Stine)
Pen names:  Jovial Bob Stine, Eric Affabee

born:
October 8, 1943 in Columbus, Ohio, USA

known for (among others):
Goosebumps, Fear Street

Website:  http://rlstine.com/

 

When I write, I try to think back to what I was afraid of or what was scary to me, and try to put those feelings into books.
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I feel that good fantasy will always be in demand. I think children especially need literature that helps them escape from the real world, which is very scary to them right now.
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I read everywhere. I read every day. I read on the couch with my dog in the afternoon and at night. I try to read at least two to three hours a day. I read only fiction.

 

Which is your favourite quote by R. L. Stine?  🙂


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15 thoughts on “3 Quotes – R. L. Stine

  1. I liked this one because it made me feel good that someone likes to read that much. “I read everywhere. I read every day. I read on the couch with my dog in the afternoon and at night. I try to read at least two to three hours a day. I read only fiction.” I read about an hour a day (at the end of the day) and only read fiction as well.

  2. Reblogged this on Archer's Aim and commented:
    These are interesting quotes, especially about fantasy. I wish I had more time to read myself but do as much as I can and probably a little too much at night (yawn).

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