Tuesday, April 15, 2014


Anyone there? I'm not sure if you remember me...I used to blog here. We used to laugh and make fun of Fear Street and braid each others hair. WE WERE FRIENDS!

I'm not really sure what happened, but I have been a really shoddy blogger for, oh, about a year or so. I've promised a review of Trapped for so long and that promise has basically become a big fat LIE which is horribly embarrassing. I'm sure you're tortured by the thoughts of what WONDERS Trapped could have brought to your life, if only I possessed the decency to post about it.

In order to get this blog back on track, I thought about maybe posting some mini reviews of the Ghosts of Fear Street series (none of which were actually written by R.L. Stine, even though his name is plastered across the cover--fun fact!) just as a little appetizer to the main course which will be soon forthcoming. Is this something you would be interested in reading? If so, lucky you! If not, you're getting it anyway...why you gotta be like that?!

Hopefully you still like me enough to read this crap...

***UPDATE*** Don't worry, I'm almost done being a deadbeat! Will post soon...had some school type things to catch up on, but I'm done now so look for a post soon.

Friday, February 14, 2014

Thursday, October 31, 2013

All Hallows FEAR


Monday, October 28, 2013

The Returning

DUDE. Check it:

R.L. Stine to relaunch the Fear Street series

R.L. Stine is revisiting Fear Street. The longtime horror author (and Eureeka’s Castle head writer) killed his young-adult series in 1995, but will revive it just in time for Halloween 2014, when Thomas Dunne Books will release the first new Fear Street book in nearly 20 years, Party Games. In a statement, Stine said he’s stoked to “explore new horrors"—though with 52 existing Fear Street books, and 101 other Fear Street-based books in various spinoffs, the author will have to mine new depths of the fictional Shadyside to uncover new ghosts, murder mysteries, and tales of woe and gore. Might we suggest another investigation into the life and death of alleged witches Susannah and Martha Goode? Certainly they have some more relatives by now.

 I'm squeeeeeeeeing on the inside, babe. Truly!!! The title is such a classic Fear Street title. Party Games. I can already imagine the cover blurb: DEATH is the only game at this party. I demand that you leave your cover blurb ideas in the comments. It's our own Fear-y Halloween game. Like bobbing for apples with a lot less pay off. If you consider apples to be a pay off...