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Surprise boy, 11, writes in FrightVision book

Posted 4/19/22

From award-winning author Culliver Crantz and the spooky, mysterious adventure series FrightVision comes the latest book, “Exhibit A”. The book is composed of 68 stories individually …

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ENTERTAINMENT

Surprise boy, 11, writes in FrightVision book

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From award-winning author Culliver Crantz and the spooky, mysterious adventure series FrightVision comes the latest book, “Exhibit A”. The book is composed of 68 stories individually written entirely by kids ages 8 and 12 from all over the world.

One of those autors is Robert Leonardis, 11, of Surprise.

“I have had a great time working with FrightVision! This experience to be able to get my story published has been great!” Robert said in a press release. “It turns out that I actually had a lot of inspiration for my story. Most of the inspiration came from games like Resident Evil. For example, the eel monster in my story was inspired by the Leech Queen in Resident Evil 0. I also liked movies like “Crawl” or games like “Five Nights at Freddy’s,” where the character is trapped. That is what happens in my story actually.”

“Exhibit A” was released April 13.

FrightVision hosted its largest writing contest for kids in the summer of 2021. The top stories chosen from the contest make up “Exhibit A” and play a role in how the whole FrightVision series comes together.

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