Creepy Friends

Young Adult - Paranormal
175 Pages
Reviewed on 05/20/2014
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Author Biography

The author's first novel The Rise of the New Queen was a science fiction book released in 2006. Ronnie then wrote The Assassination Race in the same year and then set the manuscript aside until 2013. The Assassination Race was released in August of 2013. After critical praise, she wrote and released the second book in the Assassination Race series, Curse of the Sacred Wolf in October of 2013. The Assassination Race became an award-winning novel in February of 2014. The Assassination Race then won it's second national award in May of 2014.

Creepy Friends (released April 25, 2014) is the Author's first young adult book and has also been received favorably. Creepy Friends won national and international awards in May of 2014. Her next projects will include another Creepy Friends novel as well as a crime drama that is already in the works for release in 2015.

The Author graduated from The University of Texas at San Antonio with a B.B.A. in Information Systems and has continued studies in subjects that include Egyptology, Parapsychology, and Art History with various universities.

    Book Review

Reviewed by Gary Stout for Readers' Favorite

When thirteen-year-old Ally is confronted with what may be a ghost haunting her bedroom in Ronnie Stich’s new novel Creepy Friends, she does what anyone would do: she freaks out. After all, that just isn’t something that a normal girl who constantly struggles to fit in at school should have to put up with, is it? However, it seems she’s not the only one with this problem and Ally becomes unlikely allies with Kathy, the 'strange' girl at school, in order to discover just what is causing the loud bumps and bangs in the night. Together, they enlist Kathy's Aunt Marilyn and Mr. Walsh, a teacher from school, both of whom have a vested interest in the disturbances, at the same time trying to ignore the taunts of the rest of the school that they're both 'creepy.' Oh, and of course they need to prevent her parents from finding out what they're up to, all while struggling to solve the mystery.

Creepy Friends is an entertaining novella directed towards young adults, though children may also find it enjoyable. Catchy dialog, a fun plot, and memorable characters who suffer the typical angst of that age group carry the story along. The suspense ebbs and flows as the young women find plenty of obstacles in their path to solving the mystery. Along the way, Ally learns several of life’s important lessons to help her deal with school, her peers, her family, and even her view of herself. Overall, a fun read.


Creepy Friends is an amazing book. The plot seemed really well put together. I liked the characters.


Great read!! Enjoyed the characters and the enjoyable story. Would love to read a sequel.

Jenny M.

Creepy Friends is written for young adults, but I think parents and grandparents will enjoy this sweet story, too. I just loved it. The story is clever and well written, with witty dialog, and moves along at a good pace. Alicia is a normal 13 year old with all the insecurities of that age. Kathy is the smart rich girl that the other kids avoid, just because. The two girls slowly form a bond in order to solve the mystery of the “ghost” in Alicia’s bedroom. There are some really funny moments involving Alicia’s precious little brother, the middle school teachers, the classmates and the parents. And, of course, the ghost. There is a really satisfying ending that will embrace you like a hug. I hope these creepy friends get together again next year for another fun adventure.


This book was amazing and I really hope that the Author continues this series because I think many things can happen. I would recommend this book to anyone.