Trick or tweet? “Goosebumps” author R.L. Stine releases Halloween tale on Twitter

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Jack Black dined at Bone Lick BBQ when he was in town filming “Goosebumps,” the movie adapted from author R.L. Stine’s work. He’s shown here with owner/pitmaster Mike LaSage. It’s a good bet he didn’t discover anything horrifying on the menu like the character in Stine’s Halloween story, released on Twitter!

Author R.L. Stine, whose work “Goosebumps” was adapted into a Jack Black movie that filmed in Atlanta recently, has a Halloween treat for all fans on Twitter.

The prolific author released a spooky tale in time for Halloween, entirely on his Twitter feed.

“I am going to try to write a story live on Twitter now. The story is called “What’s In My Sandwich?” he posted. The cleverly creepy tale followed on his feed.

I’ve posted a couple of his literary tweets here but don’t worry, I didn’t spoil the ending!