The author I'm speaking of is no other than R. L. Stine, creative mind behind such "awesome" series as Goosebumps and the Fear Street books.
In honor of Stine's incredibly under-credited and often cheesy work, and because I recently stumbled upon an amazing blog dedicated to recapping and poking fun at Stine's work (see Fear Street Blog here), I've written a short continuation of one of his more beloved tales, 99 Fear Street: The House of Evil.
For those of you who don't know, 99 Fear Street is a saga divided into three novels, the First, Second, & Third Horror, centering around one of the creepiest and most sinister houses in Shadyside, USA. Throughout the series, various vapid, brainless, Stine-esque characters move into the house and confront repeating, unimaginable horror much like you'd expect a sorority girl to confront a killer in a slasher flick.
It's needless to say, but I both love and loathe these stories, all of which enough to write this short, unofficial continuation titled The Second-and-a-half Horror, which takes place between the second and third 99 Fear Street novels.
the Second-and-a-half Horror