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Three Writers, and what they taught me.

I think every now and again its a good idea to go back and look at the people who have inspired you, or have been cautionary tails on the journey of honing this craft. 565 more words


All Hallows Read Recommendations

With All Hallows Read fast approaching, here are some recommendations for books to give a variety of readers.

1. Neverwhere by Neil Gaiman: This book delves into the secret underworld of London where an entire society of people live unbeknownst to those above. 298 more words


Annwyl Neverwhere,

You were the last book I read before a big bad thing happened, there weren’t many clear sentences I thought for a while after that it seemed; though I think you were still being digested. 277 more words


Readux: Magic Dance Edition

Title: Neverwhere

Author: Neil Gaiman

Published: 1996

Date Started: September 10, 2014 Date Finished: September 16, 2014

Rating (out of 5): ★★

Every book has a story: 695 more words


Dirtily Said the Adverb

“He had said nothing until this moment–just waited, huge and impassive. Now he laughed, once, low and dirtily. There was something unhealthy about that laugh.” p. 381 more words

Writing 101

neverwhere by neil gaiman

When I was little, I played a game with a friend of mine who was a very talented artist. We would design a house for her iguana (his name was Mikey) and draw rooms on different sheets of paper. 516 more words


September Book of the Month: The Ocean at the End of the Lane

This month’s book The Ocean at the End of the Lane by Neil Gaiman was a refreshing breath of air (ocean?) after last month’s rather clunky affair. 1,149 more words