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I will take thee at thy word...Love is your name!

“Don’t overact the story of your name. Overact the story of your work.”
― Karl Lagerfeld


“Sleep my little baby-oh
Sleep until you waken…

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The Day I Did Not Meet Neil Gaiman

May 20th could not come soon enough. I had been volunteering with an organization since April, leading book discussions in the community over Neil Gaiman’s novel “The Ocean at the End of the Lane,” and eagerly, nervously looking forward to attending the Meet & Greet event with the other volunteers. 778 more words


What If?

I have been pondering recently on what it is to be a writer, and before you all start to groin about me on a downer, I’m not!  706 more words


Being a writer (by Neil Gaiman)

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Being a writer has nothing at all to do with what college accepts you or doesn’t. It has nothing to do with whether you graduate from college or not. 53 more words

Charles Bukowski

Book Review: "American Gods"

This was my first adventure into a Neil Gaiman novel, and it’s definitely different from anything I’ve ever read in recent memory. But in a good way. 223 more words


The Ocean at the End of the Lane by Neil Gaiman : A review

Adults follow paths. Children explore.

This novel follows the thoughts,philosophy, fears and dreams of a seven year old. This nameless boy along with his only friend, Lettie Hempstock unintentionally bring back a nasty other-worldly creature that disguises itself as human to torment him. 141 more words