Mia was born in the mid 80s, when cellphones were the size of lunch boxes and teen slashers were all the rage. Her formative years were full of inappropriate horror movies, Nickelodeon, and video games that allowed her to slay the dragon before she was big enough to hold a sword (she is, sadly, still not big enough to hold a sword).

These days, the influences of her youth can be seen in all aspects of her life. From her writing, to her choice in apartment decor, Mia is a nerd with a taste for the macabre.


Michelle is not as good at writing these bios as Mia, but she'll try her best!

She was born in the 80's, but is a 90's girl all-day-every-day. Seriously, she's probably sitting around somewhere rocking a babydoll dress, Doc Martins, and a choker right now.

Growing up, she always was a bit of a bookworm-- her favorite school days were standardized test days because SO MUCH READING could get done in the downtime (and also BOOK FAIR days-- let's not forget the joy that those were). Her obsessions back then were-- MTV, Clarissa Explains It All, Clueless, backpack purses, Super Nintendo, and FEAR STREET!!

You can catch her blogging about YA books over at Pink Polka Dot Books. And she really hopes you think this podcast is "all that and a bag of chips"!!


Cassi grew up in a small town in upstate New York with more cows than people. She didn't have cable as a kid and there wasn't much to do besides play outside and read. She often chose to do the latter.

For the next 30 years Cassi hasn't stopped reading. She reads mostly YA and genre fiction especially fantasy and historical fiction. This is her first experience with the Fear Street series but she loved Goosbumps as a kid and has read more than her fair share of mysteries and thrillers. But with a host of irrational fears (like aliens and bathtubs when the shower curtain is drawn) traditional horror can be a minefield of well... horrors.

When she's not reading Cassi is blogging at My Thoughts Literally and watching the classic shows of the 90's and early 2000's on Netflix that she missed as a kid.

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