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The Neil Gaiman Chapter

Neil Gaiman writes dark, horrid fairytales that suit my dark, horrid interests and because of our similar tastes of dark and horrid elements, it’s no mystery how I came to adore Gaiman and his novels, thus, beginning my little mission to read nothing but his books this past months, resulting to dark and horrid feelings that I hope does not affect my dark-less and horrid-less life. 814 more words

Children's Books

"I really don't know what I love you means....

….I think it means don’t leave me here alone!!!”
Quote taken from Neil Gaiman’s Tumblr

So I thought I’d move away from my adventures…kind of… 457 more words

Wednesday It List

♦ Amazing The Graveyard Book fan art…because Silas! - http://tinyurl.com/nxho67f

♦ “…this story is a straight cluster f#@k…”

♦ 10 things you may not know about Willy Shakes -  31 more words

Shining a Light in Dark Places - a #writemotivation check in

Ah, spring!

It’s only a few days in and already I feel your magic. The trees are budding, the days are warmer, there is more sunlight. 592 more words

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Book Review: The Graveyard Book by Neil Gaiman


312 pages
Published 2008 by HarperCollins

Greetings Brave Adventurers,

I wish I could tap into Neil Gaiman’s brain. Even when his books swing wide, his fantasy is just so darn… 157 more words

Fantasy

The Graveyard Book by Neil Gaiman

The Graveyard Book begins with such an eerie opening that I was immediately in raptures over it. Nobody Owens through both tragic and lucky circumstances finds himself in the care of the inhabitants of a graveyard. 305 more words

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Weekend Reads Wrap Up #6

Hey Everyone,

Hope you had a great weekend.

So over the weekend I carried on reading Life After Life by Kate Atkinson which is a surprisingly long book but I was caught up by the hand of impatience again and picked up another book to read alongside it. 196 more words

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