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Sally Mao
Wow so I found this old ass notebook from the second or third grade, and back then it was clear that I wanted to be a writer. Of scary stories, Goosebumps ripoffs. I planned to write a whole series called the Creep Zone. have to admit, some of these titles are scary af tbh
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April Malig Feb 25
Replying to @sallywenmao
šŸ’Æ would read, esp the Surfing Ghost
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Sally Mao Feb 25
Replying to @aprilangelica
Shit I guess I have to write the Surfing Ghost now, need a time machine to go meet second grade me for notes
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April Malig Feb 25
Replying to @sallywenmao
I need to know is it a ghost of a dead surfer or did the ghost learn to surf in the afterlife as a hobby
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Sally Mao Feb 25
Replying to @aprilangelica
Iā€™m guessing it must be the latter, I mean mortality would be one reason not to surf during your life but when u r a ghost who cares about mortality hahah
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kevinthesonof Feb 25
Replying to @sallywenmao
What are the numbers to the right? Scare scores?
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Sally Mao Feb 25
Replying to @JeannieReynard
I think price points, haha, books were more affordable in the 90s
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Safia Jama Feb 25
Replying to @sallywenmao
SO MANY good titles. Amazing. And affordable. <3 <3
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Sally Mao Feb 25
Replying to @safiaPOET
Hahahaha books were more affordable in the 90s šŸ˜­šŸ˜­šŸ˜­
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Safia Jama Feb 25
Replying to @sallywenmao
Omg Sally, I love how it varies from $3.95 to $3.99, etc ! Please keep this artifact forever. :-)
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Maya Phillips Feb 25
Replying to @sallywenmao
I *also* have a notebook full of Goosebumps (and Wayside School) knockoffs! I wrote two or three "volumes" (aka, 15-20-ish notebook pages) before deciding I wasn't the next R.L. Stine lol
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Sally Mao Feb 25
Replying to @mayabphillips
Hahahaha but we NEED another RL Stine!!
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Maya Phillips Feb 25
Replying to @sallywenmao
lol perhaps, but maybe not a version who's a 9-year-old who wrote her best horror story ideas in a purple winnie the pooh journal
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Elizabeth (Lisa) Horner Turner Feb 25
Replying to @sallywenmao
The girl is in for a scare...who would believe her? It's so sadly, sadly...perfect.
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Sally Mao Feb 25
Replying to @LHornerT
Holy shit you are so righhhhht šŸ˜±ā˜ ļø
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Jason Gong Feb 26
Replying to @sallywenmao
How come the first two books cost more?
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Sally Mao Feb 27
Replying to @TrashMannequin
hahahaha probably because I started writing them as opposed to all the others which are but figments of my 8 yr old imagination
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Jason Gong Feb 27
Replying to @sallywenmao
I hope you finish them some day! Especially Jingle Bells... Santa Kills.
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Safia Jama Feb 25
My fav is "Nice Doggie!"
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April Malig Feb 25
Replying to @safiaPOET @sallywenmao
Yes is Nice Doggie ironic or a just written for a change of pace
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April Malig Feb 25
Replying to @safiaPOET @sallywenmao
Like those Junji Ito cat mangas
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Sally Mao Feb 25
Nice doggie: probably a piece of ironic dialogue from a petrified human
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