Who am I? How did I find Fear Street? What authority do I have to speak on this subject?

Questions answered! I am a young adult librarian who is just now reaching the part of my life where nostalgia becomes a prevalent force. Fear Street feels more like a vague memory to me, a time in my life where I devoured horror fiction and thought I would read every Stephen King book (spoilers: I didn’t), and recently I was reminded this entire series existed. So now my goal is to read every single one, if I dare. Can this journey be made? Is it worth it to go down? We’ll find out together, dear reader, and maybe, one day, we’ll get to leave Fear Street.

If you’re wondering what I do when I’m not reading nostalgic 90s YA fiction, I’m writing an old west horror serial and posting in my writing journal.


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  1. This is awesome. I’m probably just as big of a fan of Fear Street as you are.
    I recently went on a shopping spree online (more like a splurge) and bought a bunch of these books to add to my collection!

    Hit me up if you want to talk all things Fear Street 🙂

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    • It has been so much fun re-reading these. I honestly don’t think I read as many as I thought I did as a kid, and especially reading the Fear Street Saga books for the first time was really fun. I am down to talk Fear Street all of the time.


    • I have pretty much been buying them through Amazon or utilizing our library’s Interlibrary Loan system (these books are pretty much out of print, especially the early ones). Honest I’ve been double checking my local Half-Price books too, though the biggest donation I got was from a friend who found a bunch in her house. I’m a huge fan of ebooks and the Kindle editions of these books save my life.


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