Some love for Monster Spotter’s

Check out this nice review by the Cincinnati Cryptozoological Society for one of my older books Monster Spotter’s Guide to North America. It was published back in 2007, but continues to get some love once in a while.

Screen Shot 2013-07-19 at 8.31.39 AMMonster Spotter’s has been embraced by monster enthusiasts, kids, and kids at heart. When I think back on writing the book, I was just writing about stuff that interested me. It was a much simpler time. But whenever I look back I’m reminded of why I like monsters and why I like to write in the first place. For me it’s all about stories and believing in things because you prefer to think there’s still some magic left in the world. Monster Spotter’s was never really about whether or not monsters are real. It’s about how fun urban legends and ghost stories are. There’s plenty of merit in examining evidence and trying to prove or disprove the existence of creatures like Bigfoot and the Chupacabra. But as for me, I prefer the shadowy photographs and haunting recordings of noises in the woods. I prefer not knowing for sure but thinking what might be and feeling the hairs stand up on the back of my neck.

Check it out if you get the chance.



About seescottwrite

I'm a writer and editor. I've worked for Writer's Digest, HOW and Popular Woodworking and have authored and co-authored several books including "The Monster Spotter's Guide to North America," "The Unofficial Hobbit Handbook," and "The Writer's Book of Matches."
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