“This is a long way to row man.” Paulie hollered back as Wayne's paddle dipped once more into the water. He was right it was a long way to row, but he also knew Paulie hadn’t really wanted to come out here in the first place, it was a difficult trip in the summer, it was worse in the winter.
The Hunger of the Mountain
Achak was freezing. The harsh winter wind cut through his bearskin coat and chilled him to the bone. He’d hoped that he could stay in Camp Davis for a while, but the news there was just as dire. An entire supply caravan from New York City had failed to make it to the outpost nestled here near the borders.
The One That Got Away
Someone once told me that the most important fishing story a person could have was about the one that got away. The freshwater monster or deep sea legend that for whatever reason they couldn't pull aboard. Where the only real reward is the story that you get to tell about it for the rest of your life.
Summer Camp Mac
The people who give you their food give you their heart. - Cesar Chavez Summer camp for me was my home away from home for a week during July. Where every year friends that I only saw at camp came together on the shores of the James River to hangout, play and learn. To say I was excited to go every year would be an understatement.
Cocaine, Sex, and Lizard People: A Look at Some of the Craziest Books by Christopher Pike
Mike Flanagan's adaptation of the Midnight Club is coming to Netflix and many people and a whole generation is about to be introduced to the madness of Christopher Pike for the first time. For those who don't know Christopher Pike is a popular Young Adult author who rose to prominence around the same time as R.L. Stine.
Looking For More Series Like R.L. Stine's Fear Street Series?
Many people think of Fear Street as Goosebumps for teenagers but it was more than that as the Netflix series as shown. Centering around Fear Street and the city built around it, the books often were often standalone stories with some having sequels or trilogies based on one set of characters. For those of you that have read the books or seen the show and want to explore more Young Adult horror series this list is for you.
- Top Story - March 2022
Six Book Series to Read if You Like GoosebumpsTop Story - March 2022
The success of Goosebumps spawned a lot of similar series when it first came out, and it’s also helped inspire a new generation of middle grade authors to write there own series. I know that it’s monster of the week style has inspired my own work even though I don’t write for young audiences. And for those of you like me that are always looking for new books to read and have been bitten by the Goosebumps bug, here are 6 series that I’m sure you’ll love.
A Little Horror for the Holidays
It’s that time of year again when you’re stuck watching either Die Hard or Hallmark movies instead of the guts and gore of a great horror flick. Well, I’m here to help add a dash of horror to your holidays with this list of Holiday themed horror features.
Back to School Horror Movie Watchlist
While I’m no longer in school, I still enjoy back to school movie marathons. When I was growing up many TV channels used to actually host them and I would stay up late trying to watch some cult movie that I hadn’t seen before. Now you’d be hard-pressed to find a TV channel doing something like that, maybe Comet. But, in the world of streaming, it’s never been easier to put together your own. That’s what my little brother did, he went back to school this week and asked for some movie recommendations, which is how this list originally came about. Mostly to remind him that school isn’t forever unless your in one of these movies, that is.