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I would write 10,000 words and I would write 10,000 more...

I achieved my first big milestone, 10,000 words, today. Of course I’m delighted – it’s the longest piece of writing I’ve ever managed. But at the same time it really hot me what writing a novel is all about. 122 more words


“But so much of what we read as adults should be read, I think, with no warnings or alerts beyond, perhaps: we need to find out what fiction is, what it means, to us, an experience that is going to be unlike anyone else’s experience of the story.”

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Books Getting The Movie Treatment - Read Them First! (Part 2)

Welcome to Part 2, where I discuss even more of my favorite books that are currently getting turned into films or TV shows (go here to read Part 1… 1,505 more words

Food Fight at the PEN Gala: I'm With Charlie

In January, two armed and masked Islamist gunmen forced their way into the Paris offices of the satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo and murdered a dozen staffers—the deadliest terror attack in France since 1961. 1,053 more words

In praise of Neil Gamian

If you haven’t read any works by fantasy writer Neil Gamian, you should. The British-born writer is best known for works such as the comic series… 376 more words

Sandman Volume 1- Neil Gaiman

I have recently fallen in love with graphic novels, something I hadn’t explored until the past year. Since then I read one nearly every month as I enjoy the images that accompany the plot. 343 more words


'Trigger Warning' by Neil Gaiman: the literary version of a curiosity cabinet

Neil Gaiman’s latest collection of short fiction is like a lucky dip containing excitingly obscure prizes: you literally have no idea what’s coming next, both from one tale to the next and within individual stories. 697 more words