R.L. Stine Shares a Mini-Horror Story Through Twitter

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R.L. Stine visits P.S. 145 The Bloomingdale School on April 6, 2011 in New York City.

Hankering for your Goosebumps-readingdays? Author R.L. Stine tweeted out his very own mini-horror story, 140 characters at a time.

Stine’s approximately 45,000 followers at @RL_Stine got a treat yesterday, all about a creepy, haunted kitchen. He started off the story off concisely enough. “When Amber Dyson and her family moved into the new house, they soon discovered something odd in the kitchen. The room was warm…”

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Mediabistro has a Storify of the entire Twitter tale. And if you actually want to read a longer horror story, the Goosebumps book series is still going strong. Stine published Goosebumps Hall of Horrors #5: Don’t Scream! just last month. That’s if you dare.

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