You're about to have goosebumps.
"Even a man who is pure in heart and says his prayers by night may become a wolf when the wolfbane blooms and the autumn moon is bright."
Reader beware, you’re in for a scare!
Algunos son un poco faltones.
Genuinely the most relatable show I've ever watched.
Meet Stephen King's corgi, "the Thing of Evil."
"Interesting statistic: If you all bought 1 Goosebumps book a month, it would be enough books to reach from here to my bank."
Celebrate Thanksgiving with the books Stephen King, Joyce Carol Oates, Jonathan Franzen, R.L. Stine, James Patterson, Rainbow Rowell, Michael Chabon, Lemony Snicket, Chuck Palahniuk, and more of your favorite authors are grateful for.
Beware, here be nightmares.
There's no time like the first time.
Here's an exclusive look at a new scene from the movie that will definitely give you...goosebumps.
R.L. Stine would be proud.
The truth may give you Goosebumps.
You should never be afraid of fashion.
Slappy, evil lawn gnomes, and the Fever Swamp Werewolf aren't just spooky stories — they're all too real.
The Point Horror, Fear Street, and Goosebumps author understands the terror that lurks everywhere in your life.
"You can’t really plan your life because things don’t just work out the way you think. You always end up somewhere else."
The famous children's horror author of hundreds of creepy Goosebumps and Fear Street books recently talked to BuzzFeed about his latest novel, Don't Stay Up Late. Here's what we learned.
"My job: to terrify kids."
"I thought, I have to listen to my original audience. And that's who I wrote it for." The master of things that go bump in the night listened to the social web when he decided to make his first foray into adult fiction in almost 20 years with the new novel, Red Rain.
"The Brave Kid" doesn't fear Friday the 13th. But he should. Read...if you dare!