NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — “FaceOff” features 23 famous thriller writers collaborating on 11 short stories in which their well-known characters oppose or help each other.
Collaborating was uncharted territory for author R.L. Stine, who co-wrote the short story “Gaslight” for the book.
“I never collaborate with anybody,” the “Goosebumps” writer told WCBS 880’s Pat Farnack. “I don’t know how it’s done, but I did the short story in ‘FaceOff’ with Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child. I’m a huge fan of their work, so it was really a thrill for me. And we just worked it out.
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“They said: ‘Why don’t you come up with the story? You come up with the plot, and then we’ll write it and then send it to you and you can rewrite what we did.’ And that was…
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