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R.L. Stine mini bio:
Robert Lawrence Stine was born on the 8th of October in 1943. He is also known as Jovial Bob stine. Stine is an American producer as well as a writer. His interest in writing totally paid off for him. His basic writing has allowed him to earn the titile of Stephn King of children’s literature. He is also the author of at least a thousand horror fictions. His world famous books include Goosebumps, Fear Street, Mostly Ghostly, Rotten School, and The Nightmare Room series. However, his other works include two Hark gamebooks, a Space Cadets trilogy, joke books, etc.
Under the pen name Jovian Bob Stine the writer wrote dozens of books meant for kids. He is also the creator of a human magazine called Banana. Stine’s writing brought him enough of fame in the world. His writing career earned him a place in the Guinness Book of World Records. However, the sad news that broke out years ago was that the author doesn’t plan to pick up his pen to write books of entertainment anymore. But, the works written by him previously are read till today by kids all over the world.
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