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Stine

R(obert) L(awrence). born 1943, US writer, noted for his numerous bestselling horror novels for older children, esp those in the Goosebumps and Fear Street series
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For all the star power, Stine knows this team has a lot of work to do to become title worthy.
Caption: David Thompson, National Marketing & Sales Director of Stine Seed, shows chapter members a machine used to plant research plots at the company's headquarters near Adel, I A.
Adel, Iowa-based Stine says discrimination and fraud allegations are baseless and irresponsible.
"The dealers like to be closed on Sundays," said Stine, director of communications for the association, a Harrisburg-based trade group.
The first Goosebumps was laden with tricks and treats including tour-de-force comic performances from Jack Black as author Stine and the voice of a demented puppet called Slappy, who unleashes monsters from one of Stine's books on the unsuspecting students of Madison High School.
Stine's delightfully sinister, subversive world, whether they're teens experiencing his spooky stories for the first time, millennials for whom his books figure prominently in their misty memories of 1990s childhoods or anyone who's checked out his hilariously weird Twitter feed.
"Nintendo 3DS consoles work in Pokemon tournaments regardless of which country they're region-locked to," Stine said.
Summary: Johannesburg [South Africa], Feb 16 (ANI): Kevin Anderson's new coach Brad Stine of America has heaped praises on the South African tennis star's professionalism.
The sixth book in Stine's relaunch of the Fear Street series recalls the writing style of trashy, pulp books from the 1970s and 1980s, and not in a fun, read-it-under-the-blanket-too-late-at-night kind of way.
New occupants of the great house are ruled by an ambitious woman scientist called Francesca Stine, whose aim is to restore life to the dead by experiments with electricity, and especially lightning.
Stine novel, but his 'Fear Street' series dominated our nightmares, and in 'The Dead Boyfriend,' Stine still shines in his chosen genre.