R.L. Stine Reveals What Books Are on His Night Stand

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As we’ve said before, R.L. Stine’s Goosebumps was a major part of pretty much every child’s life in the 90s. We collected the books, bought the swag and told the scary stories around the campfire. Needless to say, we’re always on the lookout for R.L. Stine-related anything. So when the New York Times released an exclusive interview with Stine, in which he lists what is currently on his night stand — and so much more — we couldn’t resist sharing it with our BookTrib readers.

“A friend once accused me of reading ‘beach reading’ all year long and I think she was right,” Stine says in the interview. “I read mostly thrillers, mysteries and new fiction. Waiting for me right now:”

Salvation of a Saint, Keigo Higashino (Minotaur Books, October 2012)

Disclaimer, Renée Knight (Harper, May 2015)

The Stone Wife, Peter Lovesey (Soho Crime, June 2015)

A Question of Blood, Ian Rankin (Little, Brown & Co., February 2004)

Are you reading any of these, too? Tell us in the comments. 

And for more from the NY Times interview, click here.

Beth Wasko is a lover of all things books, TV, movies and music. She’s obsessed with traveling, photography and scrapbooking. When she’s not at her day job, she’s catching up on the latest “The Bachelor” and “The Bachelorette” news (read: drama!). Known as “The Real G.G. [Gossip Girl]” by her nearest and dearest, this former New York City gal is always looking for the next new adventure, even if it means it’s within the pages of a novel.

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